Cracked Actor: Bowie On Film

 

 

The earthlings have gathered together to mourn the cosmic return of our great pop art alien ambassador. Bowie, a work of living art, left an exquisite and indelible mark on music, art, fashion and film, pushing the boundaries of gender, sexuality, performance, and persona along the way. “I’ve always found that I collect,” he once said in interview. “I’m a collector. And I’ve always just seemed to collect personalities, ideas.” It was natural then that he display such curatorial skills in front of the camera, inhabiting films selected with the same meticulous singularity with which he approached all mediums. Find the seat with the clearest view and hook to the silver screen as we celebrate the Starman’s celluloid career.

 

 

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The David Bowie Mixtape (Encore!)

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2/25/2016 - 7:30PM

Encore show added due to high demand!

Shapeshifting from frock-rockin’ kook to alien rock god, Thin White Duke to boppin’ new-waver and beyond, he wore many masks, all of them transparent: he was always undeniably Bowie. He revolutionized the concept of rock star, his precision and poise equally captivating onstage and off. Ever the intrepid aesthete, his holistic vision projected pioneering music videos, legendary TV performances and fascinating interviews. In tribute, we celebrate the man and his incarnations through a career-spanning collage portrait of rare ephemera, including music videos (both classic and deep cut), short films, obscure television appearances, interviews and documentary clips. Join us as we marvel at his animal grace, singalong and love the alien.

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The David Bowie Mixtape ENCORE SHOW

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2/11/2016 - 10:30PM

Encore show added due to high demand!

Shapeshifting from frock-rockin’ kook to alien rock god, Thin White Duke to boppin’ new-waver and beyond, he wore many masks, all of them transparent: he was always undeniably Bowie. He revolutionized the concept of rock star, his precision and poise equally captivating onstage and off. Ever the intrepid aesthete, his holistic vision projected pioneering music videos, legendary TV performances and fascinating interviews. In tribute, we celebrate the man and his incarnations through a career-spanning collage portrait of rare ephemera, including music videos (both classic and deep cut), short films, obscure television appearances, interviews and documentary clips. Join us as we marvel at his animal grace, singalong and love the alien.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

The David Bowie Mixtape ENCORE SHOW

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2/11/2016 - 10PM

Encore show added due to high demand!

Shapeshifting from frock-rockin’ kook to alien rock god, Thin White Duke to boppin’ new-waver and beyond, he wore many masks, all of them transparent: he was always undeniably Bowie. He revolutionized the concept of rock star, his precision and poise equally captivating onstage and off. Ever the intrepid aesthete, his holistic vision projected pioneering music videos, legendary TV performances and fascinating interviews. In tribute, we celebrate the man and his incarnations through a career-spanning collage portrait of rare ephemera, including music videos (both classic and deep cut), short films, obscure television appearances, interviews and documentary clips. Join us as we marvel at his animal grace, singalong and love the alien.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

The David Bowie Mixtape ENCORE SHOW

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2/3/2016 - 7:30PM

Encore show added due to high demand!

Shapeshifting from frock-rockin’ kook to alien rock god, Thin White Duke to boppin’ new-waver and beyond, he wore many masks, all of them transparent: he was always undeniably Bowie. He revolutionized the concept of rock star, his precision and poise equally captivating onstage and off. Ever the intrepid aesthete, his holistic vision projected pioneering music videos, legendary TV performances and fascinating interviews. In tribute, we celebrate the man and his incarnations through a career-spanning collage portrait of rare ephemera, including music videos (both classic and deep cut), short films, obscure television appearances, interviews and documentary clips. Join us as we marvel at his animal grace, singalong and love the alien.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM: The Man Who Fell To Earth

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2/2/2016 - 10:30PM

Bowie first touched down as a film lead in Nic Roeg’s nightmarish fable of an alien visitor come to save his world from drought, only to be drained by the degradation and despair he finds on Earth. The role proved eerily autobiographical as Bowie, armed with aspirations of shifting to cinema, had recently transplanted to Los Angeles for what he would later refer to as “singularly the darkest days of my life”. This paranoaic milk/red peppers/cocaine diet period produced his haunted funk masterpiece Station to Station, fears of possessed swimming pools and semen stealing witches, and Thomas Jerome Newton, the titular “Man Who” and Bowie’s most defining role. Wrapped in Roeg’s shimmering weirdscapes and timebending editing, the film is a fever dream jeremiad, shatteringly reflecting the nihilistic excesses of its era. This pivotal moment in Bowie’s story must be seen and cannot be forgotten.

“I just learned the lines for that day and did them the way I was feeling. It wasn’t that far off. I actually was feeling as alienated as that character was. It was a pretty natural performance…a good exhibition of somebody literally falling apart in front of you.“ – David Bowie

Dir. Nicolas Roeg, 1976, DCP, 139 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The Man Who Fell To Earth

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2/1/2016 - 10:45PM

Bowie first touched down as a film lead in Nic Roeg’s nightmarish fable of an alien visitor come to save his world from drought, only to be drained by the degradation and despair he finds on Earth. The role proved eerily autobiographical as Bowie, armed with aspirations of shifting to cinema, had recently transplanted to Los Angeles for what he would later refer to as “singularly the darkest days of my life”. This paranoaic milk/red peppers/cocaine diet period produced his haunted funk masterpiece Station to Station, fears of possessed swimming pools and semen stealing witches, and Thomas Jerome Newton, the titular “Man Who” and Bowie’s most defining role. Wrapped in Roeg’s shimmering weirdscapes and timebending editing, the film is a fever dream jeremiad, shatteringly reflecting the nihilistic excesses of its era. This pivotal moment in Bowie’s story must be seen and cannot be forgotten.

“I just learned the lines for that day and did them the way I was feeling. It wasn’t that far off. I actually was feeling as alienated as that character was. It was a pretty natural performance…a good exhibition of somebody literally falling apart in front of you.“ – David Bowie

Dir. Nicolas Roeg, 1976, DCP, 139 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence

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2/1/2016 - 7:30PM

It’s not a wonderful life in this World War II drama. Tense, punishing, and bursting with homoeroticism, Nagisa Oshima’s Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence is like Bridge on the River Kwai crossed with Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters. Japanese synth pop star Ryuichi Sakamoto plays a staunchly traditional Japanese soldier who becomes obsessed with one of his prisoners. And since that prisoner is played by David Bowie, you’ll probably become obsessed too. It’s not as hyper-explicit as Oshima’s In the Realm of the Senses (no unsimulated sex—sorry!), but there are more than enough loaded stares, sadistic punishments, and suggestive duels to go around, plus a haunting and evocative score by Sakamoto, including the 1983 hit “Forbidden Colours.”

Dir. Nagisa Ôshima, 1983, 35mm, 123 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - Labyrinth

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1/31/2016 - 11:15PM

Journey into the fantastical world of Labyrinth, a wild, weird and wickedly whimsical wonderment so chock-full of outrageous puppets and gleeful creations that it could only spring from the infinitely inventive minds of Jim Henson, George Lucas and Monty Python’s Terry Jones. It’s one of the most magically memorable movies of the ‘80s! The iconic David Bowie (and his prodigious, uh, bulge) stars as Jareth the Goblin King, crooner and kidnapper and lord over a legion of goth muppets. But when he steals a baby boy, young Jennifer Connelly must rescue the tiny tot from a fairy tale where everything seems possible and nothing is as it seems. Featuring an unforgettable soundtrack that’ll have you singing along, gorgeous costumes and jaw-dropping creatures, puppetry and effects, Labyrinth is a ‘mazing tale of never-ending fantasy, a phantasmagorical delight of unbridled imagination that’s more fun than ever!

Dir. Jim Henson, 1986, DCP, 101 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The Man Who Fell To Earth

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1/31/2016 - 8PM

Bowie first touched down as a film lead in Nic Roeg’s nightmarish fable of an alien visitor come to save his world from drought, only to be drained by the degradation and despair he finds on Earth. The role proved eerily autobiographical as Bowie, armed with aspirations of shifting to cinema, had recently transplanted to Los Angeles for what he would later refer to as “singularly the darkest days of my life”. This paranoaic milk/red peppers/cocaine diet period produced his haunted funk masterpiece Station to Station, fears of possessed swimming pools and semen stealing witches, and Thomas Jerome Newton, the titular “Man Who” and Bowie’s most defining role. Wrapped in Roeg’s shimmering weirdscapes and timebending editing, the film is a fever dream jeremiad, shatteringly reflecting the nihilistic excesses of its era. This pivotal moment in Bowie’s story must be seen and cannot be forgotten.

“I just learned the lines for that day and did them the way I was feeling. It wasn’t that far off. I actually was feeling as alienated as that character was. It was a pretty natural performance…a good exhibition of somebody literally falling apart in front of you.“ – David Bowie

Dir. Nicolas Roeg, 1976, DCP, 139 min.

Watch the trailer!

CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The Man Who Fell To Earth

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1/31/2016 - 4:45PM

Bowie first touched down as a film lead in Nic Roeg’s nightmarish fable of an alien visitor come to save his world from drought, only to be drained by the degradation and despair he finds on Earth. The role proved eerily autobiographical as Bowie, armed with aspirations of shifting to cinema, had recently transplanted to Los Angeles for what he would later refer to as “singularly the darkest days of my life”. This paranoaic milk/red peppers/cocaine diet period produced his haunted funk masterpiece Station to Station, fears of possessed swimming pools and semen stealing witches, and Thomas Jerome Newton, the titular “Man Who” and Bowie’s most defining role. Wrapped in Roeg’s shimmering weirdscapes and timebending editing, the film is a fever dream jeremiad, shatteringly reflecting the nihilistic excesses of its era. This pivotal moment in Bowie’s story must be seen and cannot be forgotten.

“I just learned the lines for that day and did them the way I was feeling. It wasn’t that far off. I actually was feeling as alienated as that character was. It was a pretty natural performance…a good exhibition of somebody literally falling apart in front of you.“ – David Bowie

Dir. Nicolas Roeg, 1976, DCP, 139 min.

Watch the trailer!

CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - Labyrinth

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1/30/2016 - MIDNITE

Journey into the fantastical world of Labyrinth, a wild, weird and wickedly whimsical wonderment so chock-full of outrageous puppets and gleeful creations that it could only spring from the infinitely inventive minds of Jim Henson, George Lucas and Monty Python’s Terry Jones. It’s one of the most magically memorable movies of the ‘80s! The iconic David Bowie (and his prodigious, uh, bulge) stars as Jareth the Goblin King, crooner and kidnapper and lord over a legion of goth muppets. But when he steals a baby boy, young Jennifer Connelly must rescue the tiny tot from a fairy tale where everything seems possible and nothing is as it seems. Featuring an unforgettable soundtrack that’ll have you singing along, gorgeous costumes and jaw-dropping creatures, puppetry and effects, Labyrinth is a ‘mazing tale of never-ending fantasy, a phantasmagorical delight of unbridled imagination that’s more fun than ever!

Dir. Jim Henson, 1986, DCP, 101 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The Hunger

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1/29/2016 - MIDNITE

Presented by FRIDAY NIGHT FRIGHTS

David Bowie left us with so many gifts, and for horror fans, his greatest contribution to the genre was his scene-stealing performance in Tony Scott’s stylish 1983 vampire film The Hunger. At the slick height of his 80′ s mega-stardom, Bowie is perfectly cast as John, the rapidly aging lover of Miriam (played by the always stunning Catherine Deneuve) who seeks the help of sexy, bi-curious medical specialist Susan Sarandon. Veering between Gothic and neo-noir madness and utilizing experimental cutting techniques, Scott, emboldened by the unprecedented cool of his three leads, redefines the vampire film for the New Wave/post-punk era and makes a lasting imprint still found in the genre today. Plus, any film that opens with Bauhaus performing behind a cage is a must-see. Bela Lugosi may be dead, but David Bowie is forever.

Dir. Tony Scott, 1983, DCP, 97 min.

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CRACKED ACTOR: BOWIE ON FILM - The David Bowie Mixtape

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1/29/2016 - 7:30PM

Shapeshifting from frock-rockin’ kook to alien rock god, Thin White Duke to boppin’ new-waver and beyond, he wore many masks, all of them transparent: he was always undeniably Bowie. He revolutionized the concept of rock star, his precision and poise equally captivating onstage and off. Ever the intrepid aesthete, his holistic vision projected pioneering music videos, legendary TV performances and fascinating interviews. In tribute, we celebrate the man and his incarnations through a career-spanning collage portrait of rare ephemera, including music videos (both classic and deep cut), short films, obscure television appearances, interviews and documentary clips. Join us as we marvel at his animal grace, singalong and love the alien.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

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