Special Events-February 2017

Awards watching party with Doug Benson & Friends (Free w/ RSVP)!

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2/26/2017 - 3PM

Come watch the big awards – and more importantly the red carpet coverage – with Doug & friends interrupting!

This event is indeed a potluck; things like bags of chips and drinks are not encouraged – please bring an oscar nominee-themed dish, and impress Doug with your culinary chops!

We’d like to see more La La Lasagnas, and less Hacksaw Ridge-cut Potato Chips – surprise us with your recipes, because we’ll be handing out our own awards to the best ones… See you on the red carpet!

DOORS OPEN/POTLUCK: 3 pm

“DA SHOW”: 4 pm – 9 pm (approximate)

Tickets – Free with RSVP (first-come, first-served)

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

Also, as Cinefamily is a non-profit, all of our donating 1-year Black Card members get priority entry to our free shows. Donating for a Cinefamily membership is the perfect way to both support the theater, and to gain access to the early-entry line.

Moving Images of Bob Baker in Television and Film & a Cinematastic Breakfast! (Off-site at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater)

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2/26/2017 - 10AM

Cinefamily presents a selection of clips curated by stop-motion animation powerhouse Screen Novelties, featuring Bob Baker’s legendary work in television and film! Take a seat in our theater in the round as the Bob Baker Marionettes re-enact and re-stage classic clips from film and television, with a side-by-side screening! The morning’s selections are hand-picked from amongst a series of puppet PSA’s from the 1980’s, Bob’s work on Bewitched, Escape from Witch Mountain, The Wild Wild West and Villa Alegre, and even a behind-the-scenes tour from The Popeye Show host Tom Hatten, through the glory of the Bob Baker Marionette Theater in the 1970s. Get your puppet on with never before seen 16mm footage of Bob in his workshop, and celebrate the deep and storied history of Bob Baker’s marionettes in film, television, and the hearts of millions. The screening and performance will be preceded by a delightful breakfast at 10am in the Theater’s historic Party Room– a way to start the morning off right!

Super Tight

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2/25/2017 - 10PM

Rolling admission

Imagine a magical party playground where all the strange, funny, and beautiful elements of art, comedy, magic, and music come to mingle… SUPER TIGHT–a show that gathers the perfect amount of each of these elements into a frosty martini shaker, adds some magic mushrooms, and shakes until sun up–is back at the Cinefamily!

COMEDY:
Lizzy Cooperman
John Early
Rhea Butcher
Nick Thune

ART/VIDEO:
Mel Shimkovitz

MUSIC:
Pastel Felt
Dada Issues (Skylar Kaplan of Puro Instinct)

& more TBA!

California Split (encore!)

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2/25/2017 - 6:30PM

Nobody captures the smoggy, smoked-out hangover that is Los Angeles better than Robert Altman did in the ‘70s. With his shaggy ambling muse Elliot Gould along for the ride, Altman mapped the sunburnt terrain with a bemused, amused accuracy that makes any L.A. stoner sigh with satisfaction. Gould and George Segal bounce wildly off one another in California Split – an exploration of compulsive gambling that ranks alongside Nashville and McCabe & Mrs. Miller as one of Altman’s finest works. Gould is the devil-may-care wild man, living on couches and a diet of cereal; Segal is a successful magazine publisher, the man with something to lose. Working with one of his most finely-tuned acting ensembles (including Bert Remsen, Gwen Welles and a very young Jeff Goldblum), Altman captures the sumptuously seedy side of the Southland without ever sacrificing the grace and dignity that these poor souls deserve. A feast of detail and subtle characterization, California Split is best experienced in the theater, where, like the gaming floor, you never really know what time of day it is.

Dir. Robert Altman, 1974, 35mm, 108 min.

California Split (encore!)

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2/23/2017 - 10PM

Nobody captures the smoggy, smoked-out hangover that is Los Angeles better than Robert Altman did in the ‘70s. With his shaggy ambling muse Elliot Gould along for the ride, Altman mapped the sunburnt terrain with a bemused, amused accuracy that makes any L.A. stoner sigh with satisfaction. Gould and George Segal bounce wildly off one another in California Split – an exploration of compulsive gambling that ranks alongside Nashville and McCabe & Mrs. Miller as one of Altman’s finest works. Gould is the devil-may-care wild man, living on couches and a diet of cereal; Segal is a successful magazine publisher, the man with something to lose. Working with one of his most finely-tuned acting ensembles (including Bert Remsen, Gwen Welles and a very young Jeff Goldblum), Altman captures the sumptuously seedy side of the Southland without ever sacrificing the grace and dignity that these poor souls deserve. A feast of detail and subtle characterization, California Split is best experienced in the theater, where, like the gaming floor, you never really know what time of day it is.

Dir. Robert Altman, 1974, 35mm, 108 min.

The Color of Pomegranates

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2/22/2017 - 10PM

Restored in 2014 by The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project at Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata in association with the National Film Centre of Armenia and Gosfilmofond of Russia. Restoration funding provided by the Material World Charitable Foundation and The Film Foundation.

As one of cinema’s most sumptuous 20th-century artists, Sergei Parajanov was only able to make a handful of films before his death in 1990, leaving behind a filmography characterized by controversy under Soviet rule. A mad feast-for-the-eyes bio-poem, The Color of Pomegranates was written, directed, choreographed and costumed by Parajanov to be a living embodiment of ancient “illuminated texts,” while bringing to light the fertility and vitality of Armenian culture. In a series of ever-shifting, eye-popping tableaux, there is little dialogue and less camera movement as Parajanov traces the life of an Armenian poet, from birth to death by shower of live chickens — but the audience is carried along by the impossibly rich detail crammed into every frame, to-die-for wardrobes, and the androgynous Sofiko Chiaureli’s adept performance in six different roles. Parajanov spent five years exiled in a prison camp for the “transgression” of creating this wildly beautiful work resplendent with magic and far-ahead-of-its-time aesthetic daring.

Dir. Sergei Parajanov, 1969, DCP, 79 min.

The Color of Pomegranates

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2/22/2017 - 7:30PM

Restored in 2014 by The Film Foundation’s World Cinema Project at Cineteca di Bologna/L’Immagine Ritrovata in association with the National Film Centre of Armenia and Gosfilmofond of Russia. Restoration funding provided by the Material World Charitable Foundation and The Film Foundation.

As one of cinema’s most sumptuous 20th-century artists, Sergei Parajanov was only able to make a handful of films before his death in 1990, leaving behind a filmography characterized by controversy under Soviet rule. A mad feast-for-the-eyes bio-poem, The Color of Pomegranates was written, directed, choreographed and costumed by Parajanov to be a living embodiment of ancient “illuminated texts,” while bringing to light the fertility and vitality of Armenian culture. In a series of ever-shifting, eye-popping tableaux, there is little dialogue and less camera movement as Parajanov traces the life of an Armenian poet, from birth to death by shower of live chickens — but the audience is carried along by the impossibly rich detail crammed into every frame, to-die-for wardrobes, and the androgynous Sofiko Chiaureli’s adept performance in six different roles. Parajanov spent five years exiled in a prison camp for the “transgression” of creating this wildly beautiful work resplendent with magic and far-ahead-of-its-time aesthetic daring.

Dir. Sergei Parajanov, 1969, DCP, 79 min.

O.J.: Made in America (w/ director Ezra Edelman and Elvis Mitchell in person!)

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2/19/2017 - 11AM

It is the defining cultural tale of modern America–a saga of race, celebrity, media, violence, and the criminal justice system. And two decades after its unforgettable climax, it continues to fascinate, polarize, and even, yes, develop new chapters. Now, the producers of ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 have made it the subject of their most ambitious project yet. From Peabody and Emmy-award winning director Ezra Edelman, O.J.: Made in America revisits—and redefines—it all. The domestic abuse. The police investigation. The white Bronco chase. The trial of the century. The motive, the blood, the glove. The verdict. The aftermath.

Drawing upon more than seventy interviews—from longtime friends and colleagues of Simpson to the recognizable protagonists of the murder investigation to observers and commentators with distinct connections to the story—the documentary is an engrossing, compelling, and unforgettable look at a tantalizing saga. Because at the end of what seems like a search for the real truth about O.J. Simpson, what’s revealed just as powerfully is a collection of indelible, unshakeable, and haunting truths about America, and about ourselves.

Join us as we watch all 7+ hours of this documentary, with two intermissions and a Q&A with filmmaker Ezra Edelman, moderated by Elvis Mitchell.

Dir. Ezra Edelman, 2016, digital presentation, 464 min.

Tickets – Free with RSVP (first-come, first-serve)

Complimentary valet parking available.

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

Cinefamily is a non-profit. All of our donating 1-year “Black Card” members get priority entry to our free shows. Donating for a Cinefamily membership is the perfect way to both support the theater, and to gain access to the early-entry line.

Valentoons with Jerry Beck

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2/14/2017 - 7:30PM

In the egalitarian cartoon world, marriage is not reserved exclusively for joining two humans. It can be between two mice, two wabbits — even a skunk and a pussycat! Animation historian Jerry Beck (Cartoon Research.com) opens the film vault and presents a collection of love-obsessed cartoon classics starring all your favorites, from the sex-starved Pepe LePew to Tex Avery’s luscious Red Riding Hood. Bring a date — and don’t be late!

Zodiac (encore!)

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2/12/2017 - 7PM

Steeped in one of California’s most notorious unsolved serial murder cases (and we have a few) is Zodiac, the understated but terrifying psycho-thriller from old pro David Fincher (Se7en, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). Knitting the swinging pastiche of a liberated 60s San Francisco – Haight Ashbury, anyone? – with the little we know of the gruesome murderer who taunted police and press from the anonymity of assumed bohemia, Fincher deals in both truth and fiction in his retelling of the story of a newspaper cartoonist (lamp-eyed Jake Gyllenhaal, of course) whose amateur quest to find the Zodiac may prove to be a path of no return.

With an ensemble cast of knockouts (Robert Downey Jr., Chloe Sevigny, and Mark Ruffalo), sweeping visual odes to classic California, and a near-perfect score that collides bright cozy oldies with plenty of uneasy piano, Zodiac lifts the gilded petals of flower power and slowly exposes the quiet, sodden evil that crept beneath all that peace and love – reminding us (and years of cipher-breaking Redditors) that not all killers will be caught.

Dir. David Fincher, 2007, 35mm, 157 min.

Zodiac (encore!)

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2/10/2017 - 7:30PM

Steeped in one of California’s most notorious unsolved serial murder cases (and we have a few) is Zodiac, the understated but terrifying psycho-thriller from old pro David Fincher (Se7en, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo). Knitting the swinging pastiche of a liberated 60s San Francisco – Haight Ashbury, anyone? – with the little we know of the gruesome murderer who taunted police and press from the anonymity of assumed bohemia, Fincher deals in both truth and fiction in his retelling of the story of a newspaper cartoonist (lamp-eyed Jake Gyllenhaal, of course) whose amateur quest to find the Zodiac may prove to be a path of no return.

With an ensemble cast of knockouts (Robert Downey Jr., Chloe Sevigny, and Mark Ruffalo), sweeping visual odes to classic California, and a near-perfect score that collides bright cozy oldies with plenty of uneasy piano, Zodiac lifts the gilded petals of flower power and slowly exposes the quiet, sodden evil that crept beneath all that peace and love – reminding us (and years of cipher-breaking Redditors) that not all killers will be caught.

Dir. David Fincher, 2007, 35mm, 157 min.

Fire at Sea (w/ director Gianfranco Rosi in person!)

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2/4/2017 - 7PM

Winner of the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival and Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature, Fire at Sea is a portrait of the European migrant crisis from the vantage point of the Sicilian island of Lampedusa. In recent decades, hundreds of thousands of refugees from Africa and the Middle East have landed on the otherwise sleepy fishing island, which Gianfranco Rosi films commentary-free. Alongside the work of rescue operations (which mostly take place offshore) Fire at Sea introduces characters like Lampedusa’s sole doctor and Samuele, an anxious but charming boy from a family of fishermen. With its emphasis on the quotidian lives of the island’s small community, this essential and timely portrait sees not the abstracted state of emergency depicted by the worldwide media, but how even on a tiny island, the two worlds barely touch.

Dir. Gianfranco Rosi, 2016, DCP, 114 min.

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

Cinefamily is a non-profit. All of our donating 1-year “Black Card” members get priority entry to our free shows. A Cinefamily membership is the perfect way to both support the theater, and to gain access to the early-entry line.

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