Kid-Thing

 

 

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin. David & Nathan Zellner will be here in person for our Friday, September 20th show!
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members. Showtimes subject to change):
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Friday, September 20th: 7:30pm (Zellner Brothers in person!)
Saturday, September 21st: 4:45pm
Sunday, September 22nd: 1:30pm
Monday, September 23rd: 10:00pm
Tuesday, September 24th: 5:15pm
Wednesday, September 25th: 7:30pm
Thursday, September 26th: 10:15pm

 

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

 

Kid-Thing (9/26)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_3
9/26/2013 - 10:15PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (9/25)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_2
9/25/2013 - 7:30PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (9/24)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_1
9/24/2013 - 5:15PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (9/23)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_3
9/23/2013 - 10PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (9/22)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_2
9/22/2013 - 1:30PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (9/21)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_1
9/21/2013 - 4:45PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

Kid-Thing (filmmakers The Zellner Brothers in person!)

A pre-pubescent fever dream!
kidthing_website
9/20/2013 - 7:30PM

“Like ‘Days of Heaven’ on paint fumes” – William Gross, The Hit List

“If Harmony Korine and David Gordon Green collaborated on a children’s film, the result might look something like this” – Film Society of Lincoln Center

“Spearheaded by phenomenal pint-sized lead Sydney Aguirre, this challenging [film] from the Zellner Brothers retains much of their provocative trademark idiocy but navigates darker waters.” – Ronnie Scheib, Variety

We all have a bit of the latchkey kid in us, whether we experiment in the kitchen with bizarre leftovers, or procrastinate on deep stuff with a battery of YouTube viewing — but nothing will prepare you for the most out-there latchkey kid of your life in Kid-Thing, the daring new comedy from Austin, TX auteurs The Zellner Brothers. Playing the titular lost 10-year-old soul with a brilliantly zoned-out ferality, Sydney Aguirre navigates an existential, near-parentless small-town existence replete with dangerous highway pranks, stealing from the local convenience store, upending other kids’ birthday parties and other wanton destruction to alleviate her crushing boredom — until she’s confronted with the suddenly adult conundrum of helping an old woman who’s fallen down a well (voiced by the late Susan Tyrrell, in her final screen role.) Through a haze of subjective surrealism and the Zellners’ trademark bone-dry humor, Kid-Thing emerges as a sweetly melancholy, pre-pubescent fever dream you won’t soon shake from your noggin.
Kid-Thing Dir. David Zellner, 2012, digital presentation, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “Kid-Thing”!

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