Special Events - July 2017

Comrade Detective (Free sneak w/ Rhys Thomas and Brian Gatewood in person!)

Comrade Detective
7/31/2017 - 7:30PM

Join us for a free sneak peek of a new Amazon Studios original series!

Featuring the voices of Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jenny Slate, Chloe Sevigny, Nick Offerman, Fred Armisen, Kim Basinger, Mahershala Ali, Tracy Letts, John Early and many more!

“In the thick of 1980′s Cold War hysteria, the Romanian government created the country’s most popular and longest-running series, Comrade Detective, a gritty and sleek police drama that not only entertained its citizens but also promoted Communist ideals and inspired a deep nationalism. The action-packed and blood-soaked first season finds Detectives Gregor Anghel and Iosef Baciu investigating the murder of fellow officer Nikita Ionesco and, in the process, unraveling a subversive plot to destroy their country that is fueled by what else but the greatest enemy: Capitalism. Though the beloved show was sadly forgotten about after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it has been rediscovered and digitally remastered, now with its main heroes voiced by Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.”

Got that? If you can’t seem to figure out how you ever missed this Romanian hit – have no fear; before our sneak peek of the show’s first two episodes, creators Rhys Thomas (Documentary Now) and Brian Gatewood will present a clip history of some the rarer anti-American propaganda that influenced Comrade Detective, including some of the uncanny TV they found behind the Iron Curtain. Streaming on Amazon August 4th.

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.

Super Tight

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7/29/2017 - 10PM

SUPER TIGHT is a wild and wonderful party that showcases the most fantastical elements of art, comedy, music, and magic in a dizzying and immersive night of discovery, community, and indulgence. Come join the cult and let your freak flag proudly fly.

Featuring:
Mike Diva
Iliza Shlesinger
Mystiki
Hott MT
Ian Abramson
& a live score by Winter

Line up subject to change.

Série noire

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7/23/2017 - 5PM

Patrick Dewaere, one of the most talented French comic actors of the 70s, may have the saddest face in cinema. Known in the US mainly for his terrific performances in Bertrand Blier’s hit absurdist comedies Going Places and Get Out Your Handkerchiefs, Dewaere was a human “Pierrot” (the iconic sad clown of French theatre and Italian Commedia dell’arte) who found a neurotic humor in his own very real fragility; tragically, Dewaere’s own battles with depression culminated in his eventual suicide in 1982. This makes Série noire one of the most simultaneously emotionally affecting and tragic of Jim Thompson’s adaptations (by Georges Perec, no less). In the Thompson cavalcade of misanthropists, nihilists, and misogynists, one feels Dewaere’s desperation to be a hero, as he ends up just another pathetic sucker, impotent against the fates and destined to be eaten by bigger and smarter fish, with no morals, instead of few. A rare screening on 35mm of an overlooked gem.

Dir. Alain Corneau, 1979, 35mm, 111 min.

Happiness of the Katakuris

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7/21/2017 - 7PM

After a Jan Svankmajer-style opening involving a cupid-like homunculus, an evil teddy bear, and a hungry crow, we meet four generations of the Katakuris: husband and wife, their criminal son and divorcée daughter, her little girl, and the wife’s father. In response to Japan’s economic decline, the Katakuris have reinvented themselves as innkeepers at an out-of-the-way hotel. Sadly, their guests have a tendency to die from suicide and fatal accident, and the family has to bury the bodies to avoid the bad press. Meanwhile, the daughter of the family is being wooed by a con artist who claims to be either the offspring of royalty or a foreign spy. To make matters worse, an escaped murderer is on the loose, and the nearby volcano is rumbling ominously. Miike’s whatzit is the best family-musical-comedy-with-zombies-and-claymation-sequences ever made.

Dir. Takashi Miike, 2001, 35mm, 113 min.

Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

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7/3/2017 - 10:30PM

As joyful as it is impossible to pin down, Valerie is a haunting, psychoactive period piece which plunges the beautiful heroine Valerie into a phantasmagorical world of thirsty vampires, the dark arts, and dreamy free love — all set to one of the great film scores of the era, a cocktail of psych-folk and avant-garde classical by the great Lubos Fiser. The film opens with 13-year-old Valerie’s first menstruation and subsequent sexual awakening, her unsteady discovery of which lets loose a torrent of quixotic, hallucinatory experiences both terrifying and beautiful; amongst a haze of shifting tones and a flurry of role reversals and Gothic nightmares in broad daylight, Valerie floats along, buoyed by the fears and fantasies that come with nascent sexuality and teenage fantasy. This bewitching brew is a must to behold on 35mm — do not miss it.

Dir. Jaromil Jires, 1970, 35mm, 77 min.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

Beach Party double feature! (Where the Boys Are & Beach Blanket Bingo)

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7/2/2017 - 5PM

Co-presented by Warner Archive

Sun, sand, surf, and sex – what would summer be without them? Join us 4th of July weekend for a celebration of 1960s beach party movies, kicking things off with the earliest example of the genre, Where the Boys Are, featuring Connie Francis, Yvette Mimieux, Dolores Hart, and Paula Prentiss as spring breakin’ college co-ed cuties, as well as one of the many bikini-clad films it inspired – and the most famous – Beach Blanket Bingo, starring America’s original teen idols Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello, with cameos by Paul Lynde, Don Rickles, and Buster Keaton!

Where the Boys Are
Dir. Henry Levin, 1960, DCP, 99 min.

Beach Blanket Bingo
Dir. William Asher, 1965, 35mm, 98 min.

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