Special Events-February 2012

Cinefamily's 100 Most Outrageous Fucks! (encore show, Feb 29!)

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2/29/2012 - 9:45PM

NOTE: this show contains X-rated material.

If you’ve ever been to a showing of Cinefamily’s “The 100 Most Outrageous Kills” around Halloween time, then you KNOW that it’s a mind-blowing mix night of some of the craziest clips on the subject you’ve ever seen. Join us for an encore presentation of its brand-new sister show “The 100 Most Outrageous Fucks” (which premiered at a sold-out show this past Valentine’s Day 2012)!

Watch an outrageous sex scene from “Bad Teacher!
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Animation Breakdown: Harry Smith's "Heaven And Earth Magic" (w/ original audio)

Watermelons, dentistry, and heavenly ascension!
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2/29/2012 - 7:45PM

“One of the greatest films of all time.” – John Zorn

Both a heady milestone in low-budget folk animation and a glimpse into the clip-art mindscape of one of America’s most legendary culture hounds, Harry Smith’s Heaven and Earth Magic is an unforgettable animated experience of watermelons, dentistry, and heavenly ascension. Smith’s black-and-white opus of a collage film elevates 19th-century graphic imagery with both a loony dream-logic disregard for laws of physics (Terry Gilliam fans, take note) and a poetic sense of metaphor. For this early evening screening, we’ll meditate on the definitive cut with its original sound-effects-only audio track.
Dir. Harry Smith, 1957-1962, 16mm, 66 min.

Animation Breakdown: Harry Smith's "Heaven And Earth Magic" (live score by Flying Lotus!) 10PM

A one-of-a-kind live pairing!
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2/28/2012 - 10PM

Reprising an unforgettable show commissioned for the Ann Arbor Film Festival, L.A.’s own Flying Lotus joins Animation Breakdown for a unique screening of animator/folk music archivist/string figure enthusiast/culture hound extraordinaire Harry Smith’s 66-minute animated collage film Heaven and Earth Magic. The marriage of Smith’s ‘50s folk art mindset and Flying Lotus’ genre-defying 21st century sound may seem at odds, but they are both equally brilliant alchemical cut-and-paste samplers of world culture — and as kindred as spirits can get. Heaven and Earth Magic is a testament to the ability of animators to act as magicians, breathing life into even the most static, eyeworn 19th-century imagery — and as Flying Lotus contributes audio from disparate yet familiar sources (drum machine, turntable, laptop, synthesizer), two giants of sampling unite across time, and Smith’s playful experiments are imbued with a new, positively cosmic energy. This is one-of-a-kind live pairing you are not likely to see again!
Heaven and Earth Magic Dir. Harry Smith, 1957-1962, 16mm, 66 min.

Animation Breakdown: Harry Smith's "Heaven And Earth Magic" (live score by Flying Lotus!) 8PM

A one-of-a-kind live pairing!
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2/28/2012 - 8PM

Reprising an unforgettable show commissioned for the Ann Arbor Film Festival, L.A.’s own Flying Lotus joins Animation Breakdown for a unique screening of animator/folk music archivist/string figure enthusiast/culture hound extraordinaire Harry Smith’s 66-minute animated collage film Heaven and Earth Magic. The marriage of Smith’s ‘50s folk art mindset and Flying Lotus’ genre-defying 21st century sound may seem at odds, but they are both equally brilliant alchemical cut-and-paste samplers of world culture — and as kindred as spirits can get. Heaven and Earth Magic is a testament to the ability of animators to act as magicians, breathing life into even the most static, eyeworn 19th-century imagery — and as Flying Lotus contributes audio from disparate yet familiar sources (drum machine, turntable, laptop, synthesizer), two giants of sampling unite across time, and Smith’s playful experiments are imbued with a new, positively cosmic energy. This is one-of-a-kind live pairing you are not likely to see again!
Heaven and Earth Magic Dir. Harry Smith, 1957-1962, 16mm, 66 min.

The Acro-Cats/Rock-Cats live! + "That Darn Cat"!

CATastrophic...PAWSativly MEOWraculous!
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2/27/2012 - 7:30PM

7:30pm – The Acro-Cats/Rock-Cats LIVE!
9:30pm-ish – “That Darn Cat”

It’s a CATastrophic PAWSativly MEOWraculous CATtacular! Join us for a very special evening as we celebrate the worlds cutest cuddliest creatures with a command performance by the world famous Acro-Cats from Chicago. That’s right, a live kitty circus* that also doubles as a feline rock band! In showbiz, people often describe production as “herding cats” — and the amazing trainers of the amazing Acro-Cats are literally doing that and so much more. You’ll be stunned and awed while you watch the one-of-a-kind troupe’s only Los Angeles performance this tour. Plus, stick around after the performance concludes, as we screen the 1965 frolicking feline caper That Darn Cat. The evening also includes some additional kitty surprises (and we don’t mean a hairball in your favorite pair of shoes.) It’s not to be missed!
That Darn Cat Dir. Robert Stevenson, 1965, 35mm, 116 min.

* Please note: we would never endorse or participate in animal cruelty or abuse; the Acro-Cats are trained in the loving “rewards-based” style, and are well-cared for by their trainers.

Watch an excerpt from a show by The Acro-Cats!
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Watch the trailer for “That Darn Cat”!
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The FP (L.A. premiere party, cast/crew in person!)

Cast & crew in person!
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2/25/2012 - 10PM

Fraizer Park: an alternate trailer trash dimension out of time and space. Within these county lines, a Dance-Dance-Revolution-inspired dystopian underground prevails — only, in this game, losing can be fatal. The dumpster lovechild of Mad Max, Idiocracy and Footloose, The FP weaves a harrowing tale of bros, hos, and fancy footwork. After the tragic “dirt nap” (i.e. death) of his beloved bro, JTRO thinks he’s out of the game for good — but when a turf war threatens to rip the town apart, it’s up to our hero to set shit straight once again in an ultimate montage-loving battle for vengeance, until only one man is left dancing. With an epic 1980s John Carpenter-meets-JPop soundtrack, gratuitous nudity, and a flurry of neon streetwear, this film is going to blow your brain, for reals. Directors Brandon and Jason Trost, as well as other cast/crew members, will be here at the Cinefamily to introduce the film, and for a Q&A afterwards. Plus, stick around for our post-screening afterparty on the Cinefamily Spanish patio!
Dirs. Brandon & Jason Trost, 2011, HDCAM, 83 min.

Watch the trailer for “The FP”!
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Birdemic Fest ("Birdemic" & sneak peek at "Birdemic 2"!)

Director and cast in person!
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2/24/2012 - MIDNITE

The impossible has just become a reality! Birdemic: Shock And Terror auteur James Nguyen is in the middle of shooting a sequel: Birdemic II: The Resurrection 3D. Join Mr. Nguyen as he presents exclusive footage from the sequel, and stick around for a Q&A with James and cast members after our anniversary screening of Birdemic: Shock and Terror! The most discussed and anticipated avian-based disaster film since the The Birds, Birdemic: Shock And Terror is equal parts epochal tale and cinematic warning shot. It tells the story of a couple unexpectedly and unforgettably caught in the eye of a feather-based storm — an apocalyptic attack winging down from the skies in a twisted morass of feathers, talons and blood-soaked claws. And the man that fired the shot across the diegetic bow of cineastes everywhere? That would be writer/director/dream factory foreman James Nguyen. One of cinema’s most persistent imagineers, Nguyen (legally trademarked as “The Master of the Romantic Thriller”™) funded his masterwork with savings accrued from his day job as a Silicon Valley software salesman. No less than five years in the making, Birdemic stands as a testament to Nguyen’s dark, enduring vision.
Birdemic: Shock And Terror Dir. James Nguyen, 2008, HD presentation, 90 min.

Watch the trailer for “Birdemic: Shock & Terror”!
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Cinefamily's 100 Most Outrageous Fucks (encore show!)

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2/24/2012 - 10:15PM

NOTE: This show contains X-rated material.

If you’ve ever been to a showing of Cinefamily’s “The 100 Most Outrageous Kills” around Halloween time, then you KNOW that it’s a mind-blowing mix night of some of the craziest clips on the subject you’ve ever seen. Join us for an encore presentation of its brand-new sister show “The 100 Most Outrageous Fucks” (which premiered at a sold-out show this past Valentine’s Day 2012)!

Watch Cinefamily’s trailer for “The 100 Most Outrageous Fucks (encore show!)”

Watch an outrageous sex scene from “Bad Teacher!
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Everything Is Terrible! presents Doggiewoggiez! Poochiewoochiez! (midnight encore!)

The third brain-shattering feature film from EIT!
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2/18/2012 - MIDNITE

Those krazed VHS-hunting pupz from Everything Is Terrible! (everyone’s favorite found footage chop shoppe) return to the Cinefamily with the L.A. premiere of their third feature film — containing a feat never before attempted in either human or canine history. EIT! asks but a few simple questions: 1) “What if we made a movie composed ENTIRELY out of dog-related found footage?”; 2) ‘What if this magickal movie, made up of thousands of other dog movies, was also a remake of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 masterpiece The Holy Mountain?”; and, 3) “What if we went on the road performing an all-new “live in fur” show that picked up where Cirque Du Soleil and The Rock-A-Fire Explosion left off?” Well, let’s stop asking dumb rhetorical questions because this never-ending spiral of World-Pup winning, sunglasses-wearing, murder-solving, skateboarding pooches is real! This is it! Are you dog enough to go fetch it? ARFFFFFF!

Feast your shade covered eyes on this sneak peek of “DoggieWoggiez! PoochieWoochiez!” No bonez about it this time! RUFFFFF!

Everything Is Terrible! presents Doggiewoggiez! Poochiewoochiez! (L.A. premiere!)

The third brain-shattering feature film from EIT!
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2/18/2012 - 10PM

THIS SHOW IS NOW SOLD OUT — BUT YOU CAN NOW GET TICKETS TO OUR ENCORE SHOW HAPPENING LATER THE SAME EVENING, ON SATURDAY, FEB 18TH, 11:59PM!

Those krazed VHS-hunting pupz from Everything Is Terrible! (everyone’s favorite found footage chop shoppe) return to the Cinefamily with the L.A. premiere of their third feature film — containing a feat never before attempted in either human or canine history. EIT! asks but a few simple questions: 1) “What if we made a movie composed ENTIRELY out of dog-related found footage?”; 2) ‘What if this magickal movie, made up of thousands of other dog movies, was also a remake of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s 1973 masterpiece The Holy Mountain?”; and, 3) “What if we went on the road performing an all-new “live in fur” show that picked up where Cirque Du Soleil and The Rock-A-Fire Explosion left off?” Well, let’s stop asking dumb rhetorical questions because this never-ending spiral of World-Pup winning, sunglasses-wearing, murder-solving, skateboarding pooches is real! This is it! Are you dog enough to go fetch it? ARFFFFFF!

Feast your shade covered eyes on this sneak peek of “DoggieWoggiez! PoochieWoochiez!” No bonez about it this time! RUFFFFF!

Cinefamily's 100 Most Outrageous Fucks!

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2/14/2012 - 10:30PM

THIS SHOW IS NOW SOLD OUT, BUT YOU CAN NOW CATCH OUR NEWLY-SCHEDULED ENCORE SHOW, Friday, February 24th, 10:15pm!

If you’ve ever been to a showing of Cinefamily’s “The 100 Most Outrageous Kills” around Halloween time, then you KNOW that it’s a mind-blowing mix night of some of the craziest clips on the subject you’ve ever seen. Join us for a late-night Valentine’s Day premiere of its brand-new sister show “The 100 Most Outrageous Fucks!”

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “The 100 Most Outrageous Fucks”! NSFW to the max!

Watch an outrageous sex scene from “Bad Teacher!
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SPECIAL VALENTINE'S DAY SHOW: Sunrise

One of the most romantic films EVER!
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2/14/2012 - 7:30PM

NOTE: all couch seating to this show is now sold out.

Join us for an ultimate film date night, as we screen one of the most visually sumptuous and emotionally rewarding films from silent Hollywood. In F.W. Murnau’s classic melodrama, Anses (George O’Brien), a sensitive and easily-swayed farmer, falls under the spell of The Woman From The City (Margaret Livingston), a jezebel who convinces him to run off with her — but only after he murders his innocent wife Indre (Janet Gaynor). Murnau used his expert German Expressionist techniques to craft a fairytale ride through the tortured mental landscape of a man caught between devotion and seduction, making Sunrise (widely regarded as one of the best films ever made) the most vibrant of all his Hollywood productions. For those who purchase reserved couch seating for this very special show, your ticket price includes complimentary champagne, a romantic snack assortment, and pre-show concession service at your seat!
Dir. F. W. Murnau, 1927, 35mm, 95 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Sunrise”!

Dublab presents A Labrat Matinee 10: The Light Bends

New eye-melting visual magic!
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2/12/2012 - 8PM

Open your pupils wide and join us for another sublime installment of rarely-seen music videos, comedy clips, out-there animation, new Dublab films, and other eye-melting magic. You’ll also be treated you to the Left Coast premiere of Mike Anderson’s far-out Western Canyon Candy, featuring Javelin. After the films we’ll shift into party mode featuring a live performance from Diva with visuals projections by Miko Revereza, plus Labrat DJs playing soundtrack selections on Cinefamily’s backyard Spanish patio. Bend towards the Dublab light, and don’t miss these visions burning bright!!!

Complimentary beer for the 21+ audience courtesy of the great folks at Lagunitas Brewing.

FILMS BY:

5secondfilms
Andrew Pekler
Ariana Natale
Ben Barnes
Ben Shearn
Ben Wolfinsohn
Carlos Charlie Perez
Cédric Nussli
Chris Coats
Daniel Brereton
Daniels
David Green
Dugan O’Neal
Elliott Sellers
Eric Coleman
Experimental ½ Hour
Eyebodega
Flying Lotus
Good Neighbor
Grace Oh
Isaiah Seret
Jason Goldwatch
Jeff Schweikart
Jennifer Juniper Stratford
Jesselisa Moretti
Jordan Kim
June Zandona
Kahlil Joseph
Keith Musil
Laura Darlington
Lex Halaby
Lily X. Wahrman
Mathieu Tonetti
Matt Amato
Michael Patterson
Mike Anderson
Overture
Paul Trillo
Prince Rama
Sanghon Kim
Spencer Ockwell
+ many more!

ARTISTS FEATURED:

Busdriver
Canyons
Cults
Devendra Banhart
Diva
Geneva Jacuzzi
Groundislava
High Places
Janka Nabay
Javelin
Jeremiah Jae
Julia Holter
Man Man
Matthewdavid
M.E.D.
Mia Doi Todd
Pharaohs
Prince Rama
Sébastien Tellier
Shabazz Palaces
Teebs
The Long Lost
Toro y Moi
Turzi Electronique Expérience
Yuk.
+ many more!

COMEDY CLIPS FROM:
COMEDY CLIPS:
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Co-op Stories
Good Neighbor
Fish Out of Water
Love Thyself
Uh Yeah Dude
+ Many More!

Watch the Dublab commercial “Film Flash” by Matt Amato, with music by Mia Doi Todd!!

"The Thin Man" Cocktail Party!

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2/12/2012 - 4:30PM

4:30pm – COCKTAIL PARTY/LIVE JAZZ ON BACK PATIO
5:15pm – “THE THIN MAN” SCREENING

Fortified with ebullient chemistry, razor-sharp wits and drinks ever-at-the-ready, it’s impossible not to fall for the cheerfully hard-drinking, fast-talking, always-charming husband-wife detective team of Nick and Nora Charles. Played by the perfectly-paired William Powell and Myrna Loy (in equally career-defining turns alongside Asta, their wire-haired wonder dog), the couple and their brilliant rapport was famously based “Thin Man” author Dashiell Hammett’s relationship with firecracker playwright Lillian Hellman — and that pairing takes on a smashing life of its own in this first installment of the beloved film series. Here we’re first introduced to retired detective Nick, jostled back into a career in crime-solving by the disappearance of a close friend suspected of murder. With a martini always in hand, and lovely, sharp-tongued socialite wife Nora always at his side, Nick stumbles with alarming wit and charisma from clue to clue. We couldn’t think of a better way to spend this Sunday afternoon than with one of cinema’s most beguiling couples presented in a de-lovely 35mm print, plus live jazz by the Jack Hale Trio and martinis a’plenty on our back patio!
The Thin Man Dir. W.S. Van Dyke, 1934, 35mm, 93 min.

Watch a montage of boozy moments from the “Thin Man” series!
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Grunge-Tastic "Singles" Mixer ('90s Party featuring "Singles"!)

The slammin' 90s time capsule!
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2/11/2012 - 10PM

Break out that belly shirt, put on your toe rings, and tie that flannel around your waist as you join Cinefamily for a grunge-tastic time machine evening back to the year 1992 — a time when even a yuppie and a burnout can find love together! Whether you’re a metalhead, femi-Nazi, diva, activist, hipster or original gangsta, we all just want someone to love — and no other rom-com from the Naughty Nineties bridges that epic subbacultural divide than Singles, Cameron Crowe’s slammin’ time capsule about six sweet Seattle solos working through the dating jungle. The cast is completely rad (Matt Dillon, Bridget Fonda, Eric Stoltz, Eddie Vedder, Jeremy Piven, Bill Pullman, Kyra Sedgwick, James LeGros and a ton more), the soundtrack is a definitive document of the era — and it’s the perfect launching point for you to mingle amongst other singles! After the film, come hang on the back patio for an authentic ‘90s coffee shop experience, video dating booth, photo booth by Snap Yourself!, craft table by Paw Paw-Club, and more!!
Singles Dir. Cameron Crowe, 1992, 35mm, 99 min.

Watch the trailer for “Singles”!
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Animation Breakdown: The Secret World of Arrietty (free sneak preview!)

The latest from Studio Ghibli!
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2/11/2012 - 7PM

NOTE: This show is free (first-come, first-serve). To help us track attendance and limit waiting line size, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission. One registration per person. All current Cinefamily members get first entry. Your registration does not guarantee you a seat. Early arrival is highly recommended. Doors will open 30 min. before showtime. No one will be admitted after the film has begun.

Animation Breakdown is proud to make its 2012 debut with a special advance screening of The Secret World of Arrietty, the newest animated adventure from the legendary Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Ponyo) based on Mary Norton’s acclaimed children’s book series “The Borrowers.” Arrietty (voiced by Bridgit Mendler), a tiny, but tenacious 14-year-old, lives with her parents (voiced by Will Arnett and Amy Poehler) in the recesses of a suburban garden home, unbeknownst to the homeowner and her housekeeper (voiced by Carol Burnett). Like all little people, Arrietty remains hidden from view, except during occasional covert ventures beyond the floorboards to “borrow” scrap supplies like sugar cubes from her human hosts. But when 12-year-old Shawn (voiced by David Henrie), a human boy who comes to stay in the home, discovers his mysterious housemate one evening, a secret friendship blossoms. If discovered, their relationship could drive Arrietty’s family from the home and straight into danger. Don’t miss your chance to see this marvel of hand-drawn animation on the big screen before it hits theaters! Disney Presents a Studio Ghibli film, The Secret World of Arrietty, in theatres February 17th. Please note that date on the image above is for general release date. Our special advance screening will take place on Saturday, February 11th.
Dir. Hiromasa Yonebayashi, 2010, 35mm, 94 min.


Tickets – free admission (first-come, first-serve with registration)

NOTE: This show is free (first-come, first-serve). To help us track attendance and limit waiting line size, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission. One registration per person. All current Cinefamily members get first entry. Your registration does not guarantee you a seat. Early arrival is highly recommended. Doors will open 30 min. before showtime. No one will be admitted after the film has begun.

Watch the trailer for “The Secret World of Arrietty”!
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Stony Island (presented by The Numero Group & Cinespia)

An incredibly funky Chicago time capsule!
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2/10/2012 - 10:30PM
Presented by The Numero Group. Co-presented by Cinespia.

Come celebrate the Numero Group’s two Grammy nominations with a archival 35mm screening of Stony Island (an ultra-rare classic slice of ‘70s Chicago funky soul), and with Numero DJs spinning rare soul at our patio party after the film! Plus, Stony Island director Andrew Davis (The Fugitive) and Susanna Hoffs (of the Bangles) will both be here for a Q&A after the film! Stony Island gives you a priceless look back at Chicago’s South Side neighborhood, at a time when very few films were made in within the city at all — and features a legion of legendary Chicago players (Gene Barge, Phil Upchurch, Larry Ball, Richie Davis, Tennyson Stephens, Ronnie Barron, and a young Susanna Hoffs) alongside Dennis Franz (“NYPD Blue”) and Rae Dawn Chong. Telling the story of a group of multiracial R&B performers, and how they’re affected by the death of a veteran musician from their circle, Stony Island is an incredible time capsule, and provides a sweetly funky soundtrack to boot!
Dir. Andrew Davis, 1978, 35mm, 97 min.

Watch a vintage TV spot for “Stony Island”!
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Minnie And Moskowitz (Seymour Cassel in person!)

Seymour Cassel in person!
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2/10/2012 - 7:30PM

With a heart as big, weird, and unwieldy as its protagonist’s Yosemite Sam moustache, John Cassavetes’ cracked love story Minnie and Moskowitz mixes his trademark character-driven raw emotionalism with the crowd-pleasing formula of the screwball rom-com to concoct his warmest and most endearing film. Seymour Cassel (at his most rollicking and passionate) stars as a scruffy, longhaired parking attendant with no ambition, who, by way of fist-fight, tumbles into the life of Gena Rowlands, a reserved LACMA curator who anxiously hides from the world behind her octagonal shades. Both of them love ice cream and Casablanca, but Minnie is so terrified of being hurt it takes a Moskowitz (a veritable bulldozer of love) to break down her walls, and open her heart. Cassel’s increasingly awkward attempts are both heartbreaking and hilarious, and his quirky inhabitation of such a charmingly desperate man hits a deep chord with anyone who’s ever felt inexplicably drawn towards the romantically unobtainable. We’re excited to welcome back for the always-exuberant Seymour Cassel for a post-screening Q&A, to talk about a film dear to both his heart and ours!
Dir. John Cassavetes, 1971, 35mm, 114 min.

Watch the trailer for “Minnie and Moskowitz”!
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"Delocated" Witness Protection Program Party!

Maya Rudolph, Patton Oswalt and
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2/9/2012 - 10:30PM

For one night only The Cinefamily proudly welcomes “Jon”, a man who has reconciled the impossible by becoming America’s most famous anonymous man. With his trademark ski-mask and modulated voice, “Jon’s” true identity remains a mystery to the many fans of Adult Swim’s hit show Delocated, where, for two seasons, he’s hidden in plain sight as the best-known man in witness protection since Henry Hill. Join us as he hosts a night of both anonymous and non-anonymous comedy, music, and entertainment, along with a new episode and exclusive content in celebration of Delocated’s third season premiere! And while none of us may know just who “Jon” is, you’re sure to recognize the friends who will be joining him live: Maya Rudolph, Patton Oswalt, David Koechner, Matt Walsh, Andy Daly, Chelsea Peretti and Andy Blitz!

Wholphin Valentine's Show

Very special guests TBA!
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2/8/2012 - 8PM

Out of all the types of love in the world (true love, forbidden love, young love, eros, pragma, and something called “storge” which you are free to google), none is more wonderfully ridiculous than Wholphin Love. Come celebrate the most uniquely odd and profoundly amusing expressions of love with a night of Wholphin shorts, featuring films from the soon-to-be-released Wholphin No. 15 DVD. Watch Selma Blair and Jeremy Davies have an animalistic encounter, Lizzy Caplan and TJ Miller hit bottom, Amy Grappell’s award-winning exploration of her parents’ polyamorous past, the most poignantly beautiful animation ever made about a cat and mouse, Jonathan Lisecki’s hilarious Gayby, a lonely fox and a mysterious rabbit, a couple who eat each other’s pain, and seven contestants going neuron-to-neuron in the world’s first love competition. Wholphin editors Brent Hoff and Malcolm Pullinger will be in attendance, along with filmmakers Mollie Jones (director of Animal Love) and Jordan Vogt-Roberts (director of Successful Alcoholics), along with some other very special guests!!

Watch the trailer for “Animal Love”!

Watch the trailer for “Gayby”!
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Watch the trailer for “Tord And Tord”!

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