Special Events-July 2015

WIFEY PRESENTS: A Night with Film Fatales! Jill Soloway and filmmakers in Person!

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7/26/2015 - 7:30PM

Film Fatales is a dream girl collective of amazing female directors who are already making your favorite movies (shout out to Gillian Robespierre for Obvious Child) and are taking over Hollywood. Come hangout with Jill Soloway and Wifey.tv for a night of short films and get a taste of what’s to come next year (they are all currently working on their own features) from these seven major babes:
Shaz Bennett (“Alaska is a Drag,” 14 mins, 2012)
Brooke Sebold (“The Last Cigarette,” 8 min, 2009)
Sarah Shapiro (“Sequin Raze,” 20 mins, 2013)
Sian Heder — Mother — 18 min (2006)
Maggie Kiley (“Some Boys Don’t Leave,” 17 min, 2009)
Jennifer Phang (“Advantageous,” 23 min, 2012)

Car Wash (Presented by 5 Every Day!) + Summer Foam Party!

7/25/2015 - 4PM

Filmed in our very own LA (at a Westlake car wash at the corner of Rampart Blvd. and 6th Street) & one of the best ensembles of the 70′s-( Richard Pryor, Pointer Sisters, & George Carlin to name a few)!

“The car wash seems almost a natural gathering place. The kid on the skateboard whizzes past on a regular schedule. Wives and girlfriends of the workers stop by for brief sessions of fighting and making up. A guy named Kenny, who looks like he stepped out of the fashion ads, stops in and gets a date with the office girl. A man in a head-to-toe cast goes through the wash, considerably shaken. So does a little boy who first throws up on his mother’s Mercedes and, when it’s been washed, throws up on her. All of this is held together by the music, which is nearly wall-to-wall, and by the picture’s tremendous sense of life. It’s one thing to have an idea like this — a zany, sometimes serious day in the life of a car wash — and another thing to make it work. But the screenplay and the direction juggle the characters so adroitly, this is almost a wash-and-wax ‘MASH’” – Roger Ebert

Dir.Michael Schultz, 1976, 35mm, 97 min.

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"Creep" (Free Sneak Peek w/ Mark Duplass, Patrick Brice, and Jason Blum in person!)

7/22/2015 - 7:30PM

The Duplass dynasty strikes again, reanimating the found-footage horror genre with a creepy dose of comedy into a fresh, largely improvised, deeply unsettling psychological thriller. In his directorial debut, Patrick Brice, who co-wrote and co-stars in the film with Mark Duplass (also producing), plays a naive young man, Aaron, who, looking for work, comes across a mysterious Criagslist ad offering “$1,000 for the day. Filming service. Discretion is appreciated.” He responds to the ad and drives to a lone cabin in the woods outside a remote mountain town. There, his upbeat and overly-friendly film subject, Josef (Duplass), tells him he’s dying of brain cancer and wants to make a video diary for his unborn child. The two embark on a series of adventures that reveal increasingly disturbing hints that Josef may be more–way more–than just “a little off.” Get ready for a payoff that will leave your jaw on the floor.

Dir. Patrick Brice, 2014, DCP, 82 min.

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7 Chinese Brothers (Free Sneak Peek w/ Jason Schwartzman & Director Bob Byington in person!)

7/20/2015 - 7:45PM

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

LOCATION: Silent Movie Theater, 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, 90036.

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

Larry (Jason Schwartzman) is content with his dog Arrow and booze, barely tolerating anything or anyone else. His marginally successful relationships include his grandmother, who keeps him afloat financially, and his best friend Norwood, who provides him with pharmaceuticals. But a chance encounter at a Jiffy Lube gives Larry a beguiling new boss and the impetus to head in another direction for a while.

This movie showcases all that may be needed to help a person get unstuck in life: love (or an unrequited crush), friendship (or someone your family likes better than you) and family (or in this case a grandmother who will support you whenever you get fired from a job).

Dir. Bob Byington, 2015, DCP, 76 min.

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The End of the Tour (Free sneak peek w/ Dir. James Ponsoldt & Jason Segel in person!) + Free Reception After!

7/19/2015 - 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.

LOCATION: Silent Movie Theater, 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, 90036.

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

The year was 1996, and David Foster Wallace (Jason Segel) was the toast of the literary world, thanks to his monolithic postmodern masterpiece Infinite Jest. Driven by personal admiration—and more than a little professional jealousy—Rolling Stone journalist David Lipsky (Jesse Eisenberg) pitches his editors on a long-form piece on the hot young author of the moment. The reporter flies out to Bloomington, Indiana, to meet up with Wallace and accompany him on the last leg of a long book tour. Over the next five days, the two writers hit the road, subsisting on junk food, an endless supply of cigarettes and even more endless supply of argumentative philosophical conversation. By the end of the trip, both men seem unsure of whether a tentative friendship has formed or not—and both men know that their lives have been changed forever. Part dual character study and part passive-aggressive buddy comedy, James Ponsoldt’s adaptation of Lipsky’s 2008 book on the experience details the duo’s time together with wit, insight and a profound sense of ambivalence about the price of fame. Anchored by a quietly affecting portrayal of Wallace by Jason Segel, James Ponsoldt’s moody chamber piece is a thoughtful and moving exploration of the complications of craft, ambition, creativity and friendship. (David Fear, San Francisco Film Society)

Dir. James Ponsoldt, 2015, DCP, 106 min.

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Giuseppe Makes A Movie (Hosted by Bobcat Goldthwait w/ Director Adam Rifkin in person!)

7/6/2015 - 10:30PM

Limited Edition VHS for sale on the patio, which comes with a fanzine, Giuseppe pins, a poster and digital download!

While the rest of America slept, DIY filmmaker/musician Giuseppe Andrews (a one-time teen actor in Independence Day and Detroit Rock City) has made over 30 experimental features with titles like <emDoily’s Summer of Freak Occurrences, Trailer Town and Utopia Blues. Set in some demented alternate universe (i.e. Ventura, California), they are populated by real-life alcoholics and drug addicts, trash-talking senior citizens and trailer park residents dressed in cow outfits and costume-shop wigs, acting out booze-fueled vignettes of severe psychosis filtered through Giuseppe’s John Waters-meets-Harmony Korine-meets-Werner Herzog sensibility.

Director Adam Rifkin (Look, The Dark Backward) creates a wildly surreal, outrageously funny and strangely touching portrait of a truly Outsider Artist inhabiting a world few of us even know exists, as he follows Giuseppe and his seriously impaired troupe on the production of his latest 2-day opus, Garbanzo Gas, starring Vietnam Ron as a Cow given a weekend reprieve from the slaughterhouse at the local motel. Beyond the sun-stroked Theater of the Absurd madness of Giuseppe’s vision, there is a remarkable and endearing sense of family among the director, his amiably bonkers dad Ed, patient girlfriend Mary, Sir Bigfoot George and the rest of his surreal Trailer Park rep company. As skate-punk Spit sagely observes about Giuseppe’s movies: “They’re just like, nothing really makes any sense, and I don’t know, that’s kinda how reality is, and nobody really cares to accept that.”

Dir. Adam Rifkin, 2014, 82 min.

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The Stanford Prison Experiment (Free Sneak Preview w/ Ki Hong Lee, Olivia Thirlby, Miles Heizer, Logan Miller & Dir. Kyle Alvarez in person!)

7/6/2015 - 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.

LOCATION: Silent Movie Theater, 611 N. Fairfax Avenue, 90036.

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

Several films have already been made about the Stanford Prison Experiment, and those intimately familiar with how it went down-the internalization of roles, the abuse, the refusal of those organizing the study to pull the plug when it quickly got out of hand-won’t be shocked by the details. But there’s still a queasy power to seeing the events reenacted with such procedural precision, day by day, blow by (literal) blow.

Director Kyle Patrick Alvarez deserves all the praise in the world for the way he cranks up this pressure cooker script. The Stanford Prison Experiment begins with giggles but ends in full psychological break. From the comfort of the audience you can say “this would never happen to me,” but the shooting style (largely close-ups) sells how the claustrophobia and confusion can so easily lead to a break from reality.

Dir. Kyle Alvarez, 2015, DCP, 122 min.

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7/4/2015 - 3PM

What’s more American than Jazz? This July 4th, come join the Cinefamily as we celebrate our freedom and our greatest American art form with the most exquisite concert film ever made—plus a sneak preview of the once-banned premiere of IFC’s The Spoils Before Dying. It’s a day of free-flowing barbecue, beer and live jazz on the patio.

Shot in glorious 35mm Kodachrome, fashion photographer Bert Stern filmed the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival for three golden days, featuring incredible performances by a sizzlingly hot Anita O’Day, peak-era Thelonious Monk, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, Chuck Berry, Sonny Stitt, Chico Hamilton, Dinah Washington, and many more. But Stern chose not to limit his vision to acts on the stage—his camera-eye wanders blissfully over the audience (intently listening with eyes closed behind Ray-Ban sunglasses, or bopping in popping polka dots), and occasionally all the way out of the concert hall to the nearby ships at sea, beer-fisted college girls dancing on rooftops, or a skilled cellist practicing in his room, smoking a cigarette. Jazz on a Summer’s Day is a pure cinematic time machine to a place you want to be!

And before the film, we present a sneak preview of the long-awaited, previously banned, unseen Eric Jonrosh “epic masterpiece,” IFC and Funny or Die’s The Spoils Before Dying, starring Will Ferrell, Michael Kenneth Williams, Kristen Wiig, and Maya Rudolph. Catch Spoils here before it finally sees the light of day with a three-night television event starting on IFC Wednesday 7/8 at 9/8c.

Dir. Bert Stern, 1959, 35mm, 85 min.

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