Special Events-February 2015

YouTube Paarty: Feb '15

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2/19/2015 - 10:30PM

Insanely low view count? Check.
Incredible wealth of bored eccentrics on display? Check.
Impossible-to-predict mindset of the uploader? Check.
Indescribable, inscrutable, and quite possibly impressive? Likely.

Over the years, we’ve accumulated such a juicy cache of bookmarks begging to be audience test-driven that it was absurd we weren’t sharing them with you in an organized fashion. Plus, some of the greatest nights (and greatest belly laughs) of our programming staff’s lives have been those impromptu jaunts through YouTube’s dusty back alleys. Come board the monorail, and whoosh around the world’s largest repository of video detritus LIVE for your amusement/bemusement. Plus, we’ll have snacks.

Heart of Darkness: Sex Magick (feat. Greg Barris, Rory Scovel, Kate Berlant & more!)

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2/19/2015 - 7:30PM

A staple in New York’s downtown stand-up scene, Greg Barris is the creator of Heart Of Darkness: a psychedelic showcase of comedy, live music and fringe scientists that just recently had its 20th sold-out show in a row, at Union Hall in Brooklyn! Heart Of Darkness has been a frequent TimeOut New York critic’s pick, and has also been hailed by the Village Voice and the New Yorker as well — and BrooklynVegan calls it “NYC’s most awe-inspiring comedy/variety/brainz shows.” Tonight’s immersive act of transformative live psychomagic features Greg Barris, Rory Scovel, Kate Berlant, Everything is Terrible and Superjail!

Watch excerpts from some previous “Heart of Darkness” shows!

FREE SNEAK PREVIEW: The Last Man On Earth (series co-director Phil Lord in person!)

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2/18/2015 - 7:30PM

NOTE: To help us track attendance, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission. Your registration does not guarantee you a seat.

Phil Lord in person! Our good Cinefamily friends Chris Miller and Phil Lord (co-directors of The Lego Movie, 21 and 22 Jump Street, Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs) are back with yet another crazy, juicy, outside-the-box project: Fox’s new post-apocalypse comedy The Last Man On Earth, created by and starring Will Forte. The year: 2022. After a deadly virus has swept the planet, only one man is left alive: an average guy (Forte) who loved his family and hated his job. Now, in his RV, Phil roams the country looking for other survivors. He travels every city, town and outpost in North America — and has found no one. As he returns to his hometown of Tucson, Phil painfully realizes he’s almost certainly the last living being. All he wants is for someone — anyone — to find him in Tucson. Preferably a woman. Be careful what you wish for, Phil…

When we asked Phil Lord if he wanted to add anything to the description of the show, he sent us back this lone cryptic sentence: “Definitely mention that it stars mutant dog people.” We’ll take that as a very good sign.

Watch the teaser trailer for “The Last Man On Earth”!
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"The Worst Idea Of All Time" podcast finale + Grown Ups 2

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2/17/2015 - 7:30PM

What started as a lark has snowballed into one of the great podcasting success stories: Tim Batt and Guy Montgomery are two stand-up comedian pals from New Zealand who, on a whim in early 2014, resolved to watch the Adam Sandler movie Grown Ups 2 once a week for an entire year — followed by a podcast review after each viewing. Equal parts Andy Kaufman and Human Giant, this seemingly innocuous mission has turned the boys’ lives inside-out: not only has the show broken many iTunes records, but they’ve experienced in full public view the elation, devastation and existential wormhole-ing that comes with such a psyche-altering journey. Their show consistently works not just because of their ever-changing relationship to the film, but really cuz Tim’s funny, Guy’s funny — and put together, they have the undeniable chemistry of a well-oiled comedy duo not unlike the greats from decades past. They’re travelling all the way to Cinefamily in person, for the taping of their grand finale podcast (plus viewing #52, can you believe it?!), as well as an in-depth Q&A about their year-long process. The world works in mysterious ways.
Grown Ups 2 Dir. Dennis Dugan, 2013, HD presentation, 101 min.

Watch the trailer for “Grown Ups 2″!
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Bjork: Biophilia Live (2/16)

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2/16/2015 - 10:30PM

In celebration of her forthcoming retrospective at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art and her sudden new LP, Cinefamily brings you one of Bjork’s greatest filmed achievements! A lush explosion of sound and color — an impeccably executed repertoire of otherworldly balladeering — and one of the greatest hairpieces ever coiffed. Busting through all barriers of space and time, Bjork’s two-year world tour in support of her 2011 album Biophilia captivated audiences from Reykjavík, Iceland to Richmond, California and beyond. The resulting concert film captures all the intense pageantry, the soaring vocals and the sweet marriage between the warm ‘n fuzzy and the avant-garde that have made Bjork one of the absolute greats. Besides — what other live act would incorporate a real-life onstage Tesla coil, played like a synthesizer via an iPad app? Biophilia Live will have even the most jaded of prudes and the most novice of Bjork-ers giddily humming many of the film’s signature sky-high tunes long after the closing credits.
Dirs. Nick Fenton & Peter Strickland, 2014, DCP, 97 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bjork: Biophilia Live”!
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Bjork: Biophilia Live (2/15)

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2/15/2015 - 10PM

In celebration of her forthcoming retrospective at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art and her sudden new LP, Cinefamily brings you one of Bjork’s greatest filmed achievements! A lush explosion of sound and color — an impeccably executed repertoire of otherworldly balladeering — and one of the greatest hairpieces ever coiffed. Busting through all barriers of space and time, Bjork’s two-year world tour in support of her 2011 album Biophilia captivated audiences from Reykjavík, Iceland to Richmond, California and beyond. The resulting concert film captures all the intense pageantry, the soaring vocals and the sweet marriage between the warm ‘n fuzzy and the avant-garde that have made Bjork one of the absolute greats. Besides — what other live act would incorporate a real-life onstage Tesla coil, played like a synthesizer via an iPad app? Biophilia Live will have even the most jaded of prudes and the most novice of Bjork-ers giddily humming many of the film’s signature sky-high tunes long after the closing credits.
Dirs. Nick Fenton & Peter Strickland, 2014, DCP, 97 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bjork: Biophilia Live”!
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Casablanca (2/15, 7:30pm)

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2/15/2015 - 7:30PM

“…no camera before or since ever loved one woman so faithfully and unconditionally.” – BBC

Whether you’re viewing it for the first time, or you have its infinitely quotable dialogue burned into your gray matter, the experience of Casablanca is potently satisfying on enough different levels (comedic, philosophical, visual, verbal, political, musical, etc.) that it’s fair to call it one of the most absolutely romantic movies of all time. Its love triangle between the owner of the Moroccan nightclub for ex-pats (Humphrey Bogart), the dame who disappeared from his life once the Germans invaded Paris (the ravishing Ingrid Bergman) and her new resistance fighter flame (Paul Henreid) is so endearing that, like all great love songs — we must play it again!
Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942, DCP, 102 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Casablanca”!

Casablanca (2/15, 4:45pm)

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2/15/2015 - 4:45PM

“…no camera before or since ever loved one woman so faithfully and unconditionally.” – BBC

Whether you’re viewing it for the first time, or you have its infinitely quotable dialogue burned into your gray matter, the experience of Casablanca is potently satisfying on enough different levels (comedic, philosophical, visual, verbal, political, musical, etc.) that it’s fair to call it one of the most absolutely romantic movies of all time. Its love triangle between the owner of the Moroccan nightclub for ex-pats (Humphrey Bogart), the dame who disappeared from his life once the Germans invaded Paris (the ravishing Ingrid Bergman) and her new resistance fighter flame (Paul Henreid) is so endearing that, like all great love songs — we must play it again!
Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942, DCP, 102 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Casablanca”!

Casablanca (special Valentine's show, 9:15pm)

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2/14/2015 - 9:15PM

“…no camera before or since ever loved one woman so faithfully and unconditionally.” – BBC

Whether you’re viewing it for the first time, or you have its infinitely quotable dialogue burned into your gray matter, the experience of Casablanca is potently satisfying on enough different levels (comedic, philosophical, visual, verbal, political, musical, etc.) that it’s fair to call it one of the most absolutely romantic movies of all time. Its love triangle between the owner of the Moroccan nightclub for ex-pats (Humphrey Bogart), the dame who disappeared from his life once the Germans invaded Paris (the ravishing Ingrid Bergman) and her new resistance fighter flame (Paul Henreid) is so endearing that, like all great love songs — we must play it again!
Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942, DCP, 102 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Casablanca”!

Casablanca (special Valentine's show, 6:30pm)

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2/14/2015 - 6:30PM

DJ Jenn Kirk (KXLU) will be here to spin tunes before the show! “…no camera before or since ever loved one woman so faithfully and unconditionally.” – BBC. Whether you’re viewing it for the first time, or you have its infinitely quotable dialogue burned into your gray matter, the experience of Casablanca is potently satisfying on enough different levels (comedic, philosophical, visual, verbal, political, musical, etc.) that it’s fair to call it one of the most absolutely romantic movies of all time. Its love triangle between the owner of the Moroccan nightclub for ex-pats (Humphrey Bogart), the dame who disappeared from his life once the Germans invaded Paris (the ravishing Ingrid Bergman) and her new resistance fighter flame (Paul Henreid) is so endearing that, like all great love songs — we must play it again!
Dir. Michael Curtiz, 1942, DCP, 102 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Casablanca”!

FREE SNEAK PREVIEW: Dinner With Family With Brett Gelman And Brett Gelman's Family

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2/11/2015 - 8PM

NOTE: To help us track attendance, you must pre-register for “first-come, first-serve” admission. Your registration does not guarantee you a seat.

PRESENTED BY ADULT SWIM & GELMANIA. Doors at 7:30pm.

You are cordially invited to join Brett Gelman and his friends for a lively night of family-themed fun and psychological torture as Gelman and co-writer/director Jason Woliner present the world premiere of their new special Dinner With Family With Brett Gelman And Brett Gelman’s Family. Also on the menu: Special guests, surprises, and more.

They say that blood is thicker than water. Tonight, we will feast on both.

Watch teaser trailers for “Dinner With Family With Brett Gelman And Brett Gelman’s Family!”
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Bjork: Biophilia Live (2/9)

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2/9/2015 - 7:30PM

In celebration of her forthcoming retrospective at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art and her sudden new LP, Cinefamily brings you one of Bjork’s greatest filmed achievements! A lush explosion of sound and color — an impeccably executed repertoire of otherworldly balladeering — and one of the greatest hairpieces ever coiffed. Busting through all barriers of space and time, Bjork’s two-year world tour in support of her 2011 album Biophilia captivated audiences from Reykjavík, Iceland to Richmond, California and beyond. The resulting concert film captures all the intense pageantry, the soaring vocals and the sweet marriage between the warm ‘n fuzzy and the avant-garde that have made Bjork one of the absolute greats. Besides — what other live act would incorporate a real-life onstage Tesla coil, played like a synthesizer via an iPad app? Biophilia Live will have even the most jaded of prudes and the most novice of Bjork-ers giddily humming many of the film’s signature sky-high tunes long after the closing credits.
Dirs. Nick Fenton & Peter Strickland, 2014, DCP, 97 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bjork: Biophilia Live”!
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Bjork: Biophilia Live (2/8)

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2/8/2015 - 10PM

In celebration of her forthcoming retrospective at NYC’s Museum of Modern Art and her sudden new LP, Cinefamily brings you one of Bjork’s greatest filmed achievements! A lush explosion of sound and color — an impeccably executed repertoire of otherworldly balladeering — and one of the greatest hairpieces ever coiffed. Busting through all barriers of space and time, Bjork’s two-year world tour in support of her 2011 album Biophilia captivated audiences from Reykjavík, Iceland to Richmond, California and beyond. The resulting concert film captures all the intense pageantry, the soaring vocals and the sweet marriage between the warm ‘n fuzzy and the avant-garde that have made Bjork one of the absolute greats. Besides — what other live act would incorporate a real-life onstage Tesla coil, played like a synthesizer via an iPad app? Biophilia Live will have even the most jaded of prudes and the most novice of Bjork-ers giddily humming many of the film’s signature sky-high tunes long after the closing credits.
Dirs. Nick Fenton & Peter Strickland, 2014, DCP, 97 min.

Watch the trailer for “Bjork: Biophilia Live”!
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The Best of "The Chicago Party" (presented by Cinespia and Numero Group)

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2/7/2015 - 9:45PM

PRESENTED BY CINESPIA AND NUMERO GROUP

Join us in discovering a true public-access TV treasure, courtesy of our good friends at Numero Group. And don’t forget to check out their brand-new video/album release “Ultra-High Frequencies: The Chicago Party”. Replete with feathered perms, light-up floors, lip-synching, and outlandish humor, The Chicago Party was a short-lived, disco-dancin’ 1982 urban public access show that can only be described as American Bandstand meets Saturday Night Fever, by way of Southside Chicago vibes. This far-out late-nite offering is a gorgeous time capsule of a neon era gone by, all filmed at local nightclub The CopHerBox II. Get ready for a smorgasbord of tight fashions, groovy dancers and performances from local stalwarts like the aptly-named Universal Togetherness Band. Also featuring contortionists, ventriloquists, and zany talent competitions, the Party harmonizes all its colorful elements together with eye-dazzling early video tricks, and a soundtrack that aims to keep Spandex still in style. Massively cool stuff.

Watch the trailer for “The Chicago Party”!

Le Revelateur (w/ live score by Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler!)

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2/5/2015 - 7:30PM

For those who favor the hallucinatory and the abstract, start revving your psychedelic engines for a dose of French master Philippe Garrel’s potent, shimmering physicality. Tragically unknown in the U.S. despite a significant global following, Garrel has charted an unlikely course from avant-garde provocateur to festival favorite in a revelatory four-decade career. Tonight, one of his earliest, most incendiary shorts is live-scored by harpist Mary Lattimore and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Zeigler, whose recent albums for the Thrill Jockey label (Slant of Light and The Withdrawing Room) weave an elaborate web of picturesque synthscapes. Le Révélateur — made during Garrel’s youthful “Zanzibar Collective” period spent on the Paris ‘68 frontlines — “is a fractured and elliptical, but instinctive, elemental, and haunting rumination on the process of awakening, maturation, psychological trauma, and transformation of childhood memory” (Strictly Film School)
Dir. Philippe Garrel, 1968, digital presentation, 67 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “Le Révélateur”!

The Plague Dogs (2/3)

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2/3/2015 - 7:30PM

We advise you to leave the kids (and pets) at home for this one, as this rarely-screened masterpiece of “adult” animation is a disturbingly poignant experience you’ll not soon forget. A fascinating follow-up to 1978’s landmark Watership Down, The Plague Dogs can be bleak, but is totally absorbing in the way that any pulse-pounding, life-or-death human (or anthropomorphized) drama can be. Determined to escape the confines of an evil laboratory, two dogs make a flight for freedom into the rugged hills. When they accidentally break a vial used by plague researchers on their way out, the human world launches the deadliest hunt. Here is a world where animals are not a blank slate for our ideals and morality, but are the direct expression of the animals themselves; Humanity is the bad guy, and the audience is not left off the hook. The film’s starkness is lent a further heaviosity by top-tier British voice talents like John Hurt, Nigel Hawthorne, Judy Geeson and Patrick Stewart. With a beautifully lifelike visual style (Pixar’s Brad Bird was among the film’s animation crew), this rare 35mm presentation will leave you astounded.
Dir. Martin Rosen, 1982, 35mm, 103 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “The Plague Dogs”!

The Plague Dogs (2/2)

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2/2/2015 - 10PM

We advise you to leave the kids (and pets) at home for this one, as this rarely-screened masterpiece of “adult” animation is a disturbingly poignant experience you’ll not soon forget. A fascinating follow-up to 1978’s landmark Watership Down, The Plague Dogs can be bleak, but is totally absorbing in the way that any pulse-pounding, life-or-death human (or anthropomorphized) drama can be. Determined to escape the confines of an evil laboratory, two dogs make a flight for freedom into the rugged hills. When they accidentally break a vial used by plague researchers on their way out, the human world launches the deadliest hunt. Here is a world where animals are not a blank slate for our ideals and morality, but are the direct expression of the animals themselves; Humanity is the bad guy, and the audience is not left off the hook. The film’s starkness is lent a further heaviosity by top-tier British voice talents like John Hurt, Nigel Hawthorne, Judy Geeson and Patrick Stewart. With a beautifully lifelike visual style (Pixar’s Brad Bird was among the film’s animation crew), this rare 35mm presentation will leave you astounded.
Dir. Martin Rosen, 1982, 35mm, 103 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “The Plague Dogs”!

The Plague Dogs (2/1)

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2/1/2015 - 8PM

We advise you to leave the kids (and pets) at home for this one, as this rarely-screened masterpiece of “adult” animation is a disturbingly poignant experience you’ll not soon forget. A fascinating follow-up to 1978’s landmark Watership Down, The Plague Dogs can be bleak, but is totally absorbing in the way that any pulse-pounding, life-or-death human (or anthropomorphized) drama can be. Determined to escape the confines of an evil laboratory, two dogs make a flight for freedom into the rugged hills. When they accidentally break a vial used by plague researchers on their way out, the human world launches the deadliest hunt. Here is a world where animals are not a blank slate for our ideals and morality, but are the direct expression of the animals themselves; Humanity is the bad guy, and the audience is not left off the hook. The film’s starkness is lent a further heaviosity by top-tier British voice talents like John Hurt, Nigel Hawthorne, Judy Geeson and Patrick Stewart. With a beautifully lifelike visual style (Pixar’s Brad Bird was among the film’s animation crew), this rare 35mm presentation will leave you astounded.
Dir. Martin Rosen, 1982, 35mm, 103 min.

Watch Cinefamily’s original trailer for “The Plague Dogs”!

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