Our Aero Theatre 75th anniversary series continues with Arthur Penn's 1967 New Hollywood masterpiece BONNIE AND CLYDE and Richard Fleischer’s THE BOSTON STRANGLER, with Tony Curtis in an amazing performance as the real-life murderer.
Over the past four decades, Willie Nelson has summoned fellow music greats to Southern locales for Independence Day concerts, and for his 1974 picnic at the Texas World Speedway, he also invited cameras along. Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Leon Russell, Doug Kershaw, Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Martin Murphey and others take the stage for a three-day celebration of beer, BBQ and outlaw country.
With Robin Williams' final film arriving in theatres this month, we're taking a look back at his greatest roles, beginning with 1991's THE FISHER KING, director Terry Gilliam’s modern fable of love and redemption. Co-star Amanda Plummer joins us for a discussion.
A lighter-than-air eccentricity runs through this adaptation of John Irving’s bestseller, even in its occasional dark turns, as T.S. Garp (Robin Williams, in his first dramatic role) grows from infant to successful writer over the span of 40 years. This is a free public screening!