Wrong (one-week run!)

 

 

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

 

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

 

BUY TICKETS ($12/free for members. Showtimes subject to change):
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WRONG
Friday, March 29th: 7:30pm (Quentin Dupieux in person!)
Saturday, March 30th: 6:00pm, (Quentin Dupieux in person!), 8:45pm
Sunday, March 31st: 7:45pm, 10:15pm
Monday, April 1st: 7:30pm, 10:00pm
Tuesday, April 2nd: 7:30pm, 10:00pm
Wednesday, April 3rd: 5:30pm
Thursday, April 4th: 7:30pm

 

RUBBER
Friday, March 29th: 10:00pm (Quentin Dupieux in person!)
Saturday, March 30th: 3:45pm

 

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!

 

Wrong (4/4, 7:30pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong3_website
4/4/2013 - 7:30PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
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Wrong (4/3, 5:30pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong2_website
4/3/2013 - 5:30PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (4/2, 10:00pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong1_website
4/2/2013 - 10PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (4/2, 7:30pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong4_website
4/2/2013 - 7:30PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (4/1, 10:00pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong3_website
4/1/2013 - 10PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (4/1, 7:30pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong2_website
4/1/2013 - 7:30PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (3/31, 10:15pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong1_website
3/31/2013 - 10:15PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (3/31, 7:45pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong4_website
3/31/2013 - 7:45PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (3/30, 8:45pm)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong2_website
3/30/2013 - 8:45PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (3/30, 6:00pm, filmmaker Quentin Dupieux in person!)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong3_website
3/30/2013 - 6PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations. Quentin Dupieux will be here for a Q&A after the film!
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

Rubber (3/30, 3:45pm)

From the director of Wrong!
rubber_480x309
3/30/2013 - 3:45PM

“For those who thrive on the willfully absurd, Dupieux’s creation will be an instant hit.” — Todd Brown, Twitch.com

One of our favorite horror sub-genre traditions: the murderous inanimate object. Evil tree — check (The Guardian); evil bed — check (Death Bed), evil car — double check (Duel & Christine); and now, evil car tire! Before Quentin Dupieux birthed Wrong into our world, he delivered in 2011 an ominous, heady mixture of exploding heads, deadpan comedy and immaculately executed cinematography. “Robert” (a seemingly ordinary discarded car tire) develops sentience, roams the Southwest deserts, and learns to telekinetically blow up anything in its path that it can’t squash by rolling over — all while a Greek chorus of onlookers watch the film-within-the-film that actually is the film! Rubber is devious late-night fun, full of irony and allusions — not so much a horror movie, but a movie about horror movies that celebrates the inherently absurd and surreal notion of movie conventions. It’s as if Godard actually made a B-movie, rather than referencing them.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2011, 35mm, 85 min.

Watch the trailer for Rubber!
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Rubber (3/29, 10:00pm, filmmaker Quentin Dupieux in person!)

From the director of Wrong!
rubber_480x309
3/29/2013 - 10PM

“For those who thrive on the willfully absurd, Dupieux’s creation will be an instant hit.” — Todd Brown, Twitch.com

One of our favorite horror sub-genre traditions: the murderous inanimate object. Evil tree — check (The Guardian); evil bed — check (Death Bed), evil car — double check (Duel & Christine); and now, evil car tire! Before Quentin Dupieux birthed Wrong into our world, he delivered in 2011 an ominous, heady mixture of exploding heads, deadpan comedy and immaculately executed cinematography. “Robert” (a seemingly ordinary discarded car tire) develops sentience, roams the Southwest deserts, and learns to telekinetically blow up anything in its path that it can’t squash by rolling over — all while a Greek chorus of onlookers watch the film-within-the-film that actually is the film! Rubber is devious late-night fun, full of irony and allusions — not so much a horror movie, but a movie about horror movies that celebrates the inherently absurd and surreal notion of movie conventions. It’s as if Godard actually made a B-movie, rather than referencing them. Quentin Dupieux will be here in person to introduce the film!
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2011, 35mm, 85 min.

Watch the trailer for Rubber!
YouTube Preview Image

Wrong (3/29, 7:30pm, filmmaker Quentin Dupieux in person!)

From the director of Rubber!
wrong1_website
3/29/2013 - 7:30PM

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations. Quentin Dupieux will be here for a Q&A after the film!
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

Watch the trailer for “Wrong”!
YouTube Preview Image

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