British writer-director Bernard Rose joins us in person for this 3-night tribute, including an advance screening of his new film FRANKENSTEIN, a triple feature of his Tolstoy adaptations, '90s horror classic CANDYMAN (with star Tony Todd also on hand) and more!
A series dedicated to director Peter Bogdanovich features a sneak of his new romantic comedy SHE’S FUNNY THAT WAY and recent documentary ONE DAY SINCE YESTERDAY: PETER BOGDANOVICH AND THE LOST AMERICAN FILM, as well as retrospective titles including PAPER MOON, THE LAST PICTURE SHOW and more. He will join us in person for two of the four nights!
Of the European émigré directors who instilled a distinctive impressionistic style into American cinema beginning in the 1930s, few have been more overlooked than John Brahm. His exquisite use of the camera combined with a personal yen for the psychologically offbeat resulted in his specialization in film noir (LET US LIVE, THE LOCKET) and gaslight horror (THE LODGER, HANGOVER SQUARE).
Along with an advance screening of the about-to-be-released BOULEVARD (starring Robin Williams in his final performance), we’re taking a look back at some of his greatest roles. Series includes GOOD MORNING, VIETNAM, THE FISHER KING, GOOD WILL HUNTING, DEAD POETS SOCIETY, and THE WORLD ACCORDING TO GARP.
Have a safe and sane Fourth of July weekend in one of our air-conditioned theaters, where you can catch 40th-anniversary screenings of JAWS, concert film WILLIE NELSON’S 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION, Kubrick chiller THE SHINING, and Declaration of Independence musical 1776 with director Peter H. Hunt in person!
Join us for some of today’s best French films and filmmakers, from high-profile independent works to quirky discoveries. These monthly screenings will focus specifically on emerging talents and films that do not currently have U.S. distribution. L’Apero (a French custom of drinks and appetizers) at each screening is generously provided by Normandie Bakery and Wine-Street.com.