Cinefamily Everywhere at Barnsdall Art Park

 

 

In an exciting new partnership with Barnsdall Art Park Foundation, we’re kicking-off a new Wine & a Movie fundraising series, to take place on the lush West Lawn of Frank Lloyd Wright’s famed Hollyhock House. A picnic and wine tasting will start an evening that culminates in a movie beginning at sundown atop scenic Olive Hill. Every show will have DJs and pre-show entertainment, and screenings will be introduced by different hosts and surprise guests. Patrons can enjoy a curated selection of wines by San Antonio Winery as well as some of LA’s finest food trucks.

NOTE: These events are 21 & Over. Parking is free, but limited. Rideshare and carpool strongly encouraged! Bring a blanket, bring a pillow, but please, no lawn furniture. Bring a picnic, but no outside alcohol will be permitted. All card-carrying Black Card members receive access to a reserved seating section. Please present your Black Card upon entry. #BarnsdallMovieNights #Cinefamily

BUY TICKETS ($25. Showtimes subject to change):
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Bowie Tribute Night feat. Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park) – Sunday, Sept. 4th: 5:30pm
A Jules et Jim Picnic (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park) – Sunday, Sept. 11th: 5:30pm
An Evening of EXPANDED CInema on 16mm – Sunday, Sept. 18th: 5:30pm
A Tribute to Carlinhos Pandeiro de Ouro feat. Black Orpheus (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park) – Sunday, Sept. 25th: 5:30pm
Fellini Satyricon Food Orgy! (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park) – Sunday, Oct. 2nd: 5:30pm

 

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"Fellini Satyricon" Food Orgy! (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park)

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10/2/2016 - 5:30PM

Join us for a late-summer Satyricon style feast before the film, en plein air!

Ticket price includes a wine tasting before the screening, which begins at sundown.

NOTE: This event is 21+. Parking is free, but limited. Rideshare and carpool strongly encouraged! Bring a blanket, bring a pillow, but please, no lawn furniture. Bring a picnic, but no outside alcohol will be permitted.

Even after the orgiastic stylings of his Juliet of the Spirits and “Toby Damnit” segment from Spirits of the Dead, no one was prepared when Fellini unleashed this bizarre, druggy adaptation of the ancient (and incomplete) Petronius classic. In first-century Rome, two attractive students (Martin Potter and Hiram Keller) fight it out over a young boy, which sets them all off on a series of bizarre adventures involving hermaphrodites, impotence potions, dwarfs, and opulent costumes and sets from such greats as Dante Ferretti and Danilo Donati, all shot in gorgeous Cinemascope. The obvious inspiration for Caligula, it remains the wildest Roman spectacle of them all and cheerfully revels in the fact that it makes no damn sense, right up to the cliffhanger final scene. Many critics hated this when it opened, but it’s now rightfully regarded as a classic. And look fast for a very early, chubby role by hairy fitness guru Richard Simmons!

Dir. Federico Fellini, 1969, digital presentation, 128 min.

Watch the Cinefamily original trailer!

A Tribute to Carlinhos Pandeiro de Ouro feat. Black Orpheus + live music! (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park)

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9/25/2016 - 5:30PM

Ticket price includes a wine tasting before the screening, which begins at sundown.

NOTE: This event is 21+. Parking is free, but limited. Rideshare and carpool strongly encouraged! Bring a blanket, bring a pillow, but please, no lawn furniture. Bring a picnic, but no outside alcohol will be permitted.

Incredibly, one of the children in this Brazilian classic has grown up to be one the world’s greatest Samba players, and lives right here in Los Angeles. On this day, we will pay tribute to this important and influential musical ambassador, with a “Roda de Choro” (a musical jam) hosted by Thalma De Freitus, Carlinhos himself, and other incredible musicians.

Marcel Camus’ Black Orpheus took the cinema world by storm upon its release, nabbing both the Palme d’Or and an Oscar for its irresistibly joyous, yet at times aptly melancholic Brazilian retelling of the myth of Eurydice and Orpheus, by way of the Carnivale in Rio and an epochal Bossa Nova soundtrack. Pulsating with life and featuring near-grandiloquent delivery of the myth’s monologues via beautifully lifelike shots (courtesy of Jean Bourgoin’s handling of his Eastmancolor film stock), Orpheus changed the landscape of international arthouse cinema.

Dir. Marcel Camus, 1959, Digital Presentation, 100 min.

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An Evening of EXPANDED Cinema on 16mm (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park)

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9/18/2016 - 5:30PM

Ticket price includes a wine tasting

NOTE: These events are 21 & Over. Parking is free, but limited. Rideshare and carpool strongly encouraged! Bring a blanket, bring a pillow, but please, no lawn furniture. Bring a picnic, but no outside alcohol will be permitted.

Co-presented by Cinespia

Expanded Cinema is an attempt to broaden our filmic minds, moving beyond subjective experiences and into the realm of objective experiments. From the dazzling assemblage and collage of Bruce Conner to the cosmic consciousness of Jordan Belson and the computerized slit-scans of the Whitney Brothers, we’ve taken our favorites from the visually dazzling tradition of psychedelic cinema out of the galleries and onto a big screen under the Hollywood stars in the company of Frank Lloyd Wright’s majestic Hollyhock House. Inspired heavily by Gene Youngblood’s definitive text of the same name, we invite you to join us en plein air–on the same grounds where primary resident and avid arts patron Aline Barnsdall once hosted John and Jim Whitney–for an evening of the greatest experimental and exploratory films, all on gorgeous 16mm.

(Image courtesy Center for Visual Music.)

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A "Jules et Jim" Picnic w/ Pre-Show Music from Tortoise (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park)

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9/11/2016 - 5:30PM

Co-presented by La Collectionneuse, Decandanse Soirée, and Zebulon LA

Ticket price includes a wine tasting.

Zebulon LA, the new outpost by the beloved Brooklyn music cafe, presents music by John Herndon and Jeff Parker (of Tortoise) and Decadanse Soirée will bring the French tunes, as we all picnic before one of the greatest French films of all time.

The defining film of the French New Wave, endlessly referenced and reimagined, Jules et Jim’s iconic, tragic love triangle–with the Austrian Jules, his French bohemian friend Jim, and the enigmatic Catherine as its points–is a romance that echoes throughout pop culture, zeroing in on that perennial draw: youthful love too perfect to last. Buoyed along by a kind of propulsive jouissance, this third feature from Truffaut (following The 400 Blows and Shoot the Piano Player) pushed boundaries with its every move–with nimble and fluid nouvelle vague-defining camerawork, evocative music, and stellar performances (especially from cool girl and award-winner Jeanne Moreau).

Dir François Truffaut, 1962, digital presentation, 105 mins.

Bowie Tribute Night feat. Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (Off-site at Barnsdall Art Park)

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9/4/2016 - 5:30PM

Co-presented by Cinespia

Join us for Bowie and wine under the stars! With a Bowie Mixtape of rarities by Cinefamily staff programmers

Ticket price includes a wine tasting.

In the summer of 1973, alien rock oddity Ziggy Stardust touched down at London’s Hammersmith Odeon for what would be his final earthly appearance with the Spiders from Mars before retiring his sci-fi persona and moving on to the next phase of Bowie. With one day to prepare, three available camera ops, and only the strobes from stage and flash photography from the crowd to illuminate his subjects, direct cinema pioneer and seasoned performance documentarian D.A. Pennebaker swiftly set about capturing our favorite extraterrestrial with frenetic camera energy to match that of his lithe, glamorous subjects. Extreme close-ups on Bowie’s intricately painted visage and wildly excessive dress, zooms into his svelte, bare gams, and close tracking of Mick Ronson’s dynamic guitar solos are stitched together for a film rife with an innate understanding of what the ultimate Bowie fan wants–and needs–from a concert film experience.

Dir. D.A. Pennebaker, 1979, digital presentation, 90 min.

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