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Mar
8
Sat
MOONRISE KINGDOM/RICH KIDS
March 8, 2014

Part of WES ANDERSON in 35mm

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a survey of the work of Wes Anderson on 35mm.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

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Saturday, March 8

Co-Presented by MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS!

MOONRISE KINGDOM

In a remote New England town in the early ‘60s, teens Sam and Suzy run away to consummate a forbidden love.  Now the whole town is looking for them, and a storm is coming…Starring Kara Hayward, Jared Gilman & Bruce Willis. Written by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola. Dir: Wes Anderson.  2012.  35mm. 94 mins. 2:15pm


RiCH KiDS

The secret DNA of Wes Anderson is revealed in this Robert Altman-shepherded, unjustly forgotten 1979 masterpiece.  In very Metropolitan Manhattan in the late ‘70s, teens Franny and Jamie are the only two people on Earth who understand each other in the face of self-absorbed and self-destructing adults.  Starring Trini Alvarado, Jeremy Levy & John Lithgow.  Written by Judith Ross.  Dir: Robert M. Young.  1979.  35mm.  101 mins. 4pm

WES ANDERSON in 35mm
March 8, 2014 - March 13, 2014

 

Wes Anderson Much Smaller

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WES ANDERSON in 35mm

Friday, March 7 – Thursday, March 13

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a mostly complete retrospective of Wes Anderson.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

As an added bonus, Zissou Society Members (membership free with tickets to any of the other shows) get to see a special sneak preview of a very exciting new movie on Thursday, March 13…

Saturday, March 8

MOONRISE KINGDOM

In a remote New England town in the early ‘60s, teens Sam and Suzy run away to consummate a forbidden love.  Now the whole town is looking for them, and a storm is coming…Starring Kara Hayward, Jared Gilman & Bruce Willis. Written by Wes Anderson & Roman Coppola. Dir: Wes Anderson.  2012.  35mm. 94 mins. 2:15pm

RiCH KiDS

Co-Presented by MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS!

The secret DNA of Wes Anderson is revealed in this Robert Altman-shepherded, unjustly forgotten 1979 masterpiece.  In very Metropolitan Manhattan in the late ‘70s, teens Franny and Jamie are the only two people on Earth who understand each other in the face of self-absorbed and self-destructing adults.  Starring Trini Alvarado, Jeremy Levy & John Lithgow.  Written by Judith Ross.  Dir: Robert M. Young.  1979.  35mm.  101 mins. 4pm

Sunday, March 9

THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS

A once-great family is begrudgingly reassembled in the face of illness, irrelevance and oblivion.  A highly stylized and deeply felt modern classic.  Starring Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow & Luke Wilson.  Written by Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2000.  35mm.  110 mins.  7pm

Monday, March 10

THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

Fading celebrity oceanographer Steve Zissou was at a personal and professional nadir when his best friend was murdered by a shark.  Re-energized, and joined by a pregnant journalist and a Midwestern pilot who may or may not be his son, he sets out on a vengeful mission to hold the shark personally responsible.  Starring Bill Murray, Owen Wilson & Cate Blanchett.  Written by Wes Anderson & Noah Baumbach.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2004.  35mm.  119 mins.  7pm

Tuesday, March 11

THE DARJEELING LIMITED

Literally and figuratively bruised from all sorts of personal and professional wounds, three brothers embark on a train trip across India on an attempt to bond with one another.  Starring Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson & Jason Schwartzman.  Written by Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola & Jason Schwartzman.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2006.  35mm. 91 mins.  7pm 

Wednesday, March 12

FANTASTIC MR. FOX

A respectable newspaperman returns to his roots as a conniving thief to protect his community’s way of life.  You totally forgot how great this movie is, I personally guarantee you.  Starring George Clooney, Meryl Streep & Bill Murray.  Based on the book by Roald Dahl; screenplay by Wes Anderson & Noah Baumbach.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2009.  35mm.  87 mins.  7pm 

Special thanks to Andrea Bertolini/Allied, Dana Hillyer/Swank, Phillip Pascuzzo & Caroline Corrigan/PepCo

Mar
9
Sun
THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS
March 9, 2014

Part of WES ANDERSON in 35mm

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a survey of the work of Wes Anderson on 35mm.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

royal3

Sunday, March 9

THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS

A once-great family is begrudgingly reassembled in the face of illness, irrelevance and oblivion.  A highly stylized and deeply felt modern classic.  Starring Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow & Luke Wilson.  Written by Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2000.  35mm.  110 mins.  7pm

 

Mar
10
Mon
THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU
THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU
March 10, 2014

Part of WES ANDERSON in 35mm

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a survey of the work of Wes Anderson on 35mm.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

Monday, March 10

THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU

Fading celebrity oceanographer Steve Zissou was at a personal and professional nadir when his best friend was murdered by a shark.  Re-energized, and joined by a pregnant journalist and a Midwestern pilot who may or may not be his son, he sets out on a vengeful mission to hold the shark personally responsible.  Starring Bill Murray, Owen Wilson & Cate Blanchett.  Written by Wes Anderson & Noah Baumbach.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2004.  35mm.  119 mins.  7pm

Mar
11
Tue
THE DARJEELING LIMITED
March 11, 2014

Part of WES ANDERSON in 35mm

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a survey of the work of Wes Anderson on 35mm.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

DJ Natalie Portman

Tuesday, March 11

THE DARJEELING LIMITED

Literally and figuratively bruised from all sorts of personal and professional wounds, three brothers embark on a train trip across India on an attempt to bond with one another.  Starring Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson & Jason Schwartzman.  Written by Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola & Jason Schwartzman.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2006.  35mm. 91 mins.  7pm

 

 

Mar
12
Wed
FANTASTIC MR. FOX
March 12, 2014

Part of WES ANDERSON in 35mm

On the eve of the release of his eighth picture, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL, the Roxie is proud to present a survey of the work of Wes Anderson on 35mm.  Melding influences like Charles Schutlz, Francois Truffaut, and the Kinks (to name but a few), Anderson’s meticulous, gorgeous and often melancholy menageries of sight and sound have deeply influenced a generation of moviegoers.

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Wednesday, March 12

FANTASTIC MR. FOX

A respectable newspaperman returns to his roots as a conniving thief to protect his community’s way of life.  You totally forgot how great this movie is, I personally guarantee you.  Starring George Clooney, Meryl Streep & Bill Murray.  Based on the book by Roald Dahl; screenplay by Wes Anderson & Noah Baumbach.  Dir: Wes Anderson.  2009.  35mm.  87 mins.  7pm

Apr
3
Thu
Synesthesia Film Festival: Screening #1
Synesthesia Film Festival: Screening #1
April 3, 2014

Screening #1!

Thursday, April 3

The Synesthesia Film Festival is a once a month showing of the coolest short films from around the world, sponsored by the The Film Clubs. The goal is to bring an eclectic mix of filmmakers together to mingle, share ideas, and collaborate on projects. The festival happens the first Thursday of every month from 7-9 PM.  Tickets are $7. Following the screening will be an after party down the street where we will announce the Winners of the Audience Choice Award.

To learn more go to www.synesthesiafilmfestival.com

Apr
9
Wed
ARAB SHORTS #1
April 9, 2014

A New International Short Film Series presented by the Arab Film Festival, Arab Shorts is a multifaceted program that includes narrative, documentary and animated short films. In its focus are current works that mirror the diversity of the Arab world bringing the best short films to our Northern Californian audiences.

Wednesday, April 9: Children of God, Lipstick, Children of War, Happy Birthday, War Canister, Saleh Cafe, The Famous Jafar Asan Aboud, Sabbat el Aid (In my Shoes), Jasmenco

Visit the AFF’s website  for full programming information.

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Apr
16
Wed
ARAB SHORTS #2
April 16, 2014

A New International Short Film Series presented by the Arab Film Festival, Arab Shorts is a multifaceted program that includes narrative, documentary and animated short films. In its focus are current works that mirror the diversity of the Arab world bringing the best short films to our Northern Californian audiences.

Wednesday, April 16: Abu Rami, Café Regular Cairo, Bobby, The 40th Day, Sofia, Maqloubeh, Lettre à Mohamed (Letter to Mohamed), Eastern Winds

Visit the AFF’s website for full programming information.

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Apr
23
Wed
ARAB SHORTS #3
April 23, 2014

A New International Short Film Series presented by the Arab Film Festival, Arab Shorts is a multifaceted program that includes narrative, documentary and animated short films. In its focus are current works that mirror the diversity of the Arab world bringing the best short films to our Northern Californian audiences.

When they Slept, Noor, Nesma’s Birds, Al Maktoub, Charlie and Janet, Camp, Hornacheros, Al Muqana 3

Visit the AFF’s website for full programming information.

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