Special Events-January 2017

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Fight the Power: Inauguration night at Cinefamily (Free with RSVP!)

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1/20 - 7:30PM
Free (first-come, first-serve)

Co-presented by Women of Cinefamily and the Women’s Center for Creative Work

RSVP to this FREE (first come, first serve) event here.

Come gather with us post-inauguration, on the eve of the historic Women’s March on Washington, to revel in the spirit of radical resistance. We’ll kick off the night with a Cinefamily original Fight the Power mixtape featuring great moments in protest cinema and then follow with a special selection of rare, subversive, and wildly inventive 16mm protest films from the 60s to the 90s, curated by Lost and Found Film Club.

Afterwards, join us on the patio for provisions and a protest sign making party (supplies provided) hosted by art collective/DJs Honey Power, in preparation for the LA Women’s March on 1/21!

Program includes:
Cinefamily original Fight the Power mixtape
Be-In Dir. Jerry Abrams, 1967, 16mm, 7 min.
Evil of Dracula Dir. Martha Colburn, 1998, 16mm, 2 min.
The Resistance Dir. Leonard M. Henny, 1968, 16mm, 16 min.
Testing, testing, how do you do? Dir. Sheila Page, digital presentation, 4min.
The Campaign Dir. Tom Palazzolo, 1968, 16mm, 12 min.
Rat Life and Diet in North America Dir. Joyce Wieland, 1968, 16mm, 14 min.
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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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The Women’s Center for Creative Work is a not-for-profit organization that cultivates LA’s feminist creative communities and practices. Become a member​ ​today ​at womenscenterforcreativework.com/join-us ​to help us dismantle the patriarchy, one female-led project at a time.

555 (with Kate Berlant, John Early, and Andrew DeYoung)

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1/25 - 7:30PM
$12/free for members

World Premiere! Catch this Vimeo Original before it’s released!

From the minds of Kate Berlant, John Early and Andrew DeYoung, 555 is an anthology miniseries of five short films that unfold in a stark, humid, surreality of Hollywood. These short, cinematic fairy tales are set in tinsel town, where status is everything and the stakes are high. The backdrop is big dreams, and in the foreground, the humiliations of clawing one’s way toward them. Will greed, egotism, ignorance and desire consume them? Or can they escape dark fates by clinging to rare moments of tenderness?

Husbands and Wives 25th Anniversary screening and Built By Wendy T-shirt release!

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1/29 - 4:30PM
$12/free for members

Wendy Mullin’s cult designs for her label, Built By Wendy, have always had the mark of a cinephile – especially her coveted t-shirts. Join us for a t-shirt release party for Built By Wendy’s brand new, original Husbands & Wives tee, along with a screening of the film!

With scenes from two marriages, an ensemble cast – featuring Woody himself, Mia Farrow, Sydney Pollack, and the film’s true star, Judy Davis at peak New York-neurotic – tackles divorce with a capital D. As cinematic serendipity would have it, Farrow and Allen’s real life and onscreen splits collided for a 1992 release date, lending a bit of gravitas to the talky breakup extravaganza that is Husbands and Wives. À la 60s Godard, the drama is bracketed by confessional, pseudo-documentary style interviews/therapy sessions, while Juliette Lewis – in her own star-making turn – ponders the degree to which her developing relationship with her professor (Allen) is Freudian. On 35mm!

Dir. Woody Allen, 1992, 35mm, 103 min.

Watch the trailer!

MA (w/ director Celia Rowlson-Hall in person!)

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1/30 - 7:30PM
$14/free for members

In an arid desert landscape littered with tumbleweed, cheap motels, and unnamed characters, a modern-day Mother Mary makes a pilgrimage. Director, star – and perhaps most notably – superb choreographer Celia Rowlson-Hall’s MA is a sensory trip across the scorched American Southwest, its ritualistic and surreal affect articulated with the body and landscape, not dialogue. Alternately haunting and sublime, MA is a true experiment in contemporary filmmaking; the virgin mother gives birth to our savior, but is also challenged to save herself.

Dir. Celia Rowlson-Hall, 2015, DCP 80 min.

Watch the trailer!

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