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A MAN IS TEN FEET TALL / SWEET LOVE, BITTER
July 12, 2014

A SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY

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** For only $14 gain access to this double bill PLUS the earlier 12:00pm matinee of THE OUTCASTS: THE LONG RIDE and CALL ME BY MY RIGHTFUL NAME ** // BUY EXTENDED MATINEE TICKET //

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A MAN IS TEN FEET TALL (1955, 50 minutes) 3:30pm [digital]
Sidney Poitier, Don Murray, Martin Balsam, Hilda Simms, Michael Strong; directed by Robert Mulligan.

RARE! From Don Murray’s own personal copy, this Philco Playhouse Theatre episode was the basis for a fleshed-out, full-length motion picture, EDGE OF THE CITY (1957). Don plays a young man on the run who tries to hide from his troubles by working on the New York waterfront, where he is befriended by an ebullient black dockworker (Sidney Poitier). As their friendship grows, the racial tension on the dock intensifies. A rare classic from the golden age of live TV!

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SWEET LOVE, BITTER (1967, 92 minutes) 4:30pm [digital]
Don Murray, Dick Gregory, Diane Varsi, Robert Hooks; directed by Herbert Danska.

 “A remarkable newly discovered film, virtually lost for over a quarter-century, one of the first dramatic films to honestly deal with jazz life… Quite possibly the best movie ever made about jazz.”Francis Davis, The Philadelphia Inquirer

A searing, poetic look at the underside of black jazz culture and the gap between the races, SWEET LOVE, BITTER was damaged by its own producers, who took the film away from director Herb Danska and cut 20 minutes from the film prior to its release. Even in its mutilated state, however, the film features exceptional performances from Don, Robert Hooks, and (in a character based on tragic jazz great Charlie Parker) Dick Gregory, who’s brilliant in his acting debut. With a bleakly beautiful jazz score composed by Mal Waldron. A one-of-a-kind film that packs as big of a punch in 2014 as it did when it was first (barely!) released.

Interview with Don Murray, Dick Gregory and Robert Hooks (schedules permitting)

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Part of our SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY.

Catch every one of these screenings for just $50! Buy an ACCESS-ALL-SHOWS pass!

The Roxie is honored to host a special weekend with Don, still alive and well at 84, where the full range of his work will be displayed—including impossibly rare films that haven’t been seen for decades! Don Murray leapt from Broadway to movie stardom opposite Marilyn Monroe in BUS STOP (1956), but his aversion to the Hollywood star system caused his career to go into a completely different direction.

Don will join us on Saturday and Sunday for interviews (including several with his good friend, noted author/interviewer Foster Hirsch, also making his Roxie debut!) (Clips from the upcoming documentary about his life and career, DON MURRAY: UNSUNG HERO, will also be featured between screenings.)

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For additional content, including biographical info about Don Murray and a  sneak peak at the upcoming documentary UNSUNG HERO, be sure to visit the MID-CENTURY PRODUCTIONS website.

ENDLESS LOVE / THE CONFESSIONS OF TOM HARRIS
July 12, 2014

A SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY

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From Unsung Hero “The Kid Burned His House Down!” (4 min.)

ENDLESS LOVE (1981, 120 min) 7:15pm [35mm]
Don Murray, Shirley Knight, Brooke Shields, Martin Hewett, James Spader; directed by Franco Zefferelli

Don Murray felt that this movie would reestablish him as a feature film actor, but the hue and cry from movie critics taking up the banner of the Reagan backlash surrounded ENDLESS LOVE (with its depiction of “illicit” teenage sex) with an unprecedented level of controversy. Come see what the fuss was all about, and take in one of Don’s most astonishing character transformations—it’s not for the squeamish!

Interview with Don Murray

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From Unsung Hero “Tom Harris: The Most Unforgettable Man…” An overview of Don Murray’s project that “offended everyone”… (9 min.)

THE CONFESSIONS OF TOM HARRIS (1966-72, 94 min.) 10:15pm [digital]
Don Murray, Linda Evans, David Brian; dir. by John Derek and David Nelson

EXCEPTIONALLY RARE! Don Murray spent six years shaping and reshaping this film—an ambitious attempt to depict the spiritual awakening of a bad man. Casting himself against type, Murray attempts to prove that he can, indeed, play an anti-hero. Come see it and judge for yourself!

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Part of our SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY. Catch every one of these screenings for just $50! Buy an ACCESS-ALL-SHOWS pass!

The Roxie is honored to host a special weekend with Don, still alive and well at 84, where the full range of his work will be displayed—including impossibly rare films that haven’t been seen for decades! Don Murray leapt from Broadway to movie stardom opposite Marilyn Monroe in BUS STOP (1956), but his aversion to the Hollywood star system caused his career to go into a completely different direction.

Don will join us on Saturday and Sunday for interviews (including several with his good friend, noted author/interviewer Foster Hirsch, also making his Roxie debut!) (Clips from the upcoming documentary about his life and career, DON MURRAY: UNSUNG HERO, will also be featured between screenings.)

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For additional content, including biographical info about Don Murray and a  sneak peak at the upcoming documentary UNSUNG HERO, be sure to visit the MID-CENTURY PRODUCTIONS website.

THE OUTCASTS: THE LONG RIDE / CALL ME BY MY RIGHTFUL NAME
July 12, 2014

A SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY

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** For only $14 gain access to this double bill PLUS the later 3:30pm matinee of A MAN IS TEN FEET TALL and SWEET LOVE, BITTER! ** // BUY EXTENDED MATINEE TICKET //

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From Unsung Hero “Don Murray on Otis Young” (digital, 5 min.)

THE OUTCASTS “The Long Ride” (1969, 50 min.) 12:00pm [digital]
Don Murray, Otis Young, William Bassett, J. Pat O’Malley; directed by Robert Butler.

This episode of THE OUTCASTS has it all—a nasty villain, the usual tense interactions between Earl (Don Murray) and Jemal (Otis Young), and a pulsating story with a suitably ironic ending. After you see it, you’ll agree that THE OUTCASTS should be on DVD!

Don Murray in person interviewed by his sons Christopher and Michael!

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CALL ME BY MY RIGHTFUL NAME (1972, 90 min.) 1:00pm [tbd]
Don Murray, Otis Young, Cathy Lee Crosby, Kent Smith, Edith Atwater; directed by Michael Shurtleff.

EXCEPTIONALLY RARE! Don Murray wanted to make this film in 1962 opposite Sidney Poitier, but events conspired to quash those hopes. Ten years later, the story of a friendship between a black man and a white that’s ruptured by a twist of fate involving a young woman (Cathy Lee Crosby) offers a slightly altered message, one that bears re-examination in 2014.

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Part of our SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY.

Catch every one of these screenings for just $50! Buy an ACCESS-ALL-SHOWS pass!

The Roxie is honored to host a special weekend with Don, still alive and well at 84, where the full range of his work will be displayed—including impossibly rare films that haven’t been seen for decades! Don Murray leapt from Broadway to movie stardom opposite Marilyn Monroe in BUS STOP (1956), but his aversion to the Hollywood star system caused his career to go into a completely different direction.

Don will join us on Saturday and Sunday for interviews (including several with his good friend, noted author/interviewer Foster Hirsch, also making his Roxie debut!) (Clips from the upcoming documentary about his life and career, DON MURRAY: UNSUNG HERO, will also be featured between screenings.)

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For additional content, including biographical info about Don Murray and a  sneak peak at the upcoming documentary UNSUNG HERO, be sure to visit the MID-CENTURY PRODUCTIONS website.

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ADVISE & CONSENT / BUS STOP
July 13, 2014

A SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY

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ADVISE AND CONSENT (1962, 126 min) 6:30pm [digital]
Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton, Don Murray, Walter Pidgeon, Gene Tierney, Franchot Tone, Lew Ayres, Peter Lawford, George Grizzard, Inga Swenson, Burgess Meredith; dir. by Otto Preminger

The great political film of the early 60s, with an amazing all-star cast, contains what might be Don Murray’s greatest film performance as a young senator from Utah who falls victim to sexual blackmail during a heated confirmation process for a controversial nominee for Secretary of State (Henry Fonda). It’s a brilliantly muted performance, the stuff of high tragedy, all of it choreographed masterfully by the great Otto Preminger.

Interview with Don Murray by Foster Hirsch!

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From Unsung Hero “Don Murray on Marilyn Monroe” (digital, 6 min.)

BUS STOP (1956, 96 min.) 9:15pm [digital]
Marilyn Monroe, Don Murray, Arthur O’Connell, Hope Lange; directed by Joshua Logan

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Don Murray rocketed to stardom playing naïve, enthusiastic, and war-whoopin’ cowboy Bo Decker, who falls in love with a pale chantoozie named Cherie (played by the one and only Marilyn Monroe). Don was nominated for an Oscar as Best Supporting Actor for this performance; it’s still a classic nearly sixty years later.

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Part of our SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY.

Catch every one of these screenings for just $50! Buy an ACCESS-ALL-SHOWS pass!

The Roxie is honored to host a special weekend with Don, still alive and well at 84, where the full range of his work will be displayed—including impossibly rare films that haven’t been seen for decades! Don Murray leapt from Broadway to movie stardom opposite Marilyn Monroe in BUS STOP (1956), but his aversion to the Hollywood star system caused his career to go into a completely different direction.

Don will join us on Saturday and Sunday for interviews (including several with his good friend, noted author/interviewer Foster Hirsch, also making his Roxie debut!) (Clips from the upcoming documentary about his life and career, DON MURRAY: UNSUNG HERO, will also be featured between screenings.)

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For additional content, including biographical info about Don Murray and a  sneak peak at the upcoming documentary UNSUNG HERO, be sure to visit the MID-CENTURY PRODUCTIONS website.

POLICE STORY: THE BIG WALK / DEADLY HERO / THE HOODLUM PRIEST
July 13, 2014

A SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY

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POLICE STORY “The Big Walk” (1973, 51 min.) 12:00pm [digital]
Don Murray, Dorothy Provine, Lynda Day George, Noah Beery Jr., Larry Wilcox, Jeff Corey, John Kerr, Regis Toomey, Tom Hayden; directed by Robert Day

Don plays a cop unjustly accused of sexual assault in this actor-laden episode of the acclaimed POLICE STORY.

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From Unsung Hero: “The Making of a Deadly Hero” (3 min)

DEADLY HERO (1976, 100 min.) 1:00pm [digital]
Don Murray, Diahn Williams, James Earl Jones, Treat Williams, Conchata Ferrell; directed by Ivan Nagy.

Ed Lacy (Don Murray) has a big problem. The woman whose life he saved (Diahn Williams) during a kidnapping incident has come to doubt his claim that her assailant (James Earl Jones) was armed at the time he was shot. Don dominates the screen as he depicts Lacy’s slow, inevitable decline into madness and violence. Come watch and see a cello “played” as you’ve never seen it before (or since).

Interview with Don Murray by Foster Hirsch

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THE HOODLUM PRIEST (1961, 109 min.) 3:00pm [digital]
Don Murray, Keir Dullea, Larry Gates, Cindi Wood; directed by Irvin Kershner.

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Don Murray’s personal favorite film, THE HOODLUM PRIEST tells the story of Father Charles Dismas Clark, who led the crusade for halfway houses as a mechanism to rehabilitate ex-convicts. Keir Dullea makes an iconic debut as the troubled young man Clark tries to set on the right path, with tragic results. Brilliantly photographed by Haskell Wexler.

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Part of our SPECIAL WEEKEND WITH DON MURRAY.

Catch every one of these screenings for just $50! Buy an ACCESS-ALL-SHOWS pass!

The Roxie is honored to host a special weekend with Don, still alive and well at 84, where the full range of his work will be displayed—including impossibly rare films that haven’t been seen for decades! Don Murray leapt from Broadway to movie stardom opposite Marilyn Monroe in BUS STOP (1956), but his aversion to the Hollywood star system caused his career to go into a completely different direction.

Don will join us on Saturday and Sunday for interviews (including several with his good friend, noted author/interviewer Foster Hirsch, also making his Roxie debut!) (Clips from the upcoming documentary about his life and career, DON MURRAY: UNSUNG HERO, will also be featured between screenings.)

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For additional content, including biographical info about Don Murray and a  sneak peak at the upcoming documentary UNSUNG HERO, be sure to visit the MID-CENTURY PRODUCTIONS website.

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FOLLOWING THE NINTH
July 15, 2014

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Post Screening Q&A with Director Kerry Candaele!

“Thrilling…smartly assembled and gracefully paced.” — New York Times

“The film is beautiful and powerful…If millions could experience its affirming and incandescent message, we might turn around the destructive dynamics that are overwhelming the earth.”–Bill Moyers

“Each anecdote builds upon the next to create that rarest of films: a documentary as ineffable and transformative in its reach as it sets out to be.”–Village Voice

FOLLOWING THE NINTH tells the story of people whose lives have been transformed, repaired and healed by Beethoven’s Ninth message: Alle Menschen werden Bruder (All People Are Brothers) Director Kerry Candaele follows the artistic, cultural, and political impact of the Ninth across five continents and ten countries, from Tiananmen Square to the Berlin Wall to the prisons of Pinochet’s Chile and the townships of South Africa, tracing the ways in which its grand, soaring melody and inspiring words of peace, tolerance, and love have sustained hope in a manner that few works of art have ever achieved. Dir: Kerry Candaele – 2013 – 85 Minutes

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NIPPON NIGHTS 〜 Neon Tokyo : Anime World #1 – SHORT PEACE
July 16, 2014

NIPPON NIGHTS is monthly series of Japanese cinema bridging different genres, styles and generations.

Neon Tokyo : Anime World #1 – SHORT PEACE

Wednesday, July 16th

The 1st program of the special series “Neon Tokyo” is omnibus  animations including Oscar nominated short film “POSSESSION” and “COMBUSTIBLE” by Katshuhiro Otomo, the creator of “AKIRA”.  Four amazing directors created four astounding animated films.

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In 1995, Katsuhiro Otomo’s epic anthology MEMORIES showcased the work of upcoming superstars of the anime world. Now, Otomo’s spotlight shifts to a fresh generation of master creators with an all-new anthology of visionary films: A lone traveler is confronted by unusual spirits in an abandoned shrine in the 2013 Academy Award® nominated POSSESSIONS (TSUKUMO), directed by Shuhei Morita (COICENT, KAKURENBO). A mysterious white bear defends the royal family from the predations of a red demon in the brutal GAMBO, directed by Hiroaki Ando (FIVE NUMBERS!) from REDLINE’s Katsuhito Ishii’s original story with character designs by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto (NEON GENESIS EVANGELION). The focus shifts from supernatural to science fiction for the action packed A FAREWELL TO WEAPONS (BUKI YO SARABA),as MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM designer Hajime Katoki helms Otomo’s tour-de-forcesaga of men battlingrobotic tanks in apocalyptic Tokyo, while grandmaster Otomohimself assumes the directorial reigns for a spectacular tale of love, honor and firefighting in ancient Japan with the multi-award winning COMBUSTIBLE (HI-NO-YOUJIN). Prepare your senses for the animated films that are taking the critical world by storm as a new era in anime is ushered in with Katsuhiro Otomo’s SHORT PEACE!

 

“ COMBUSTIBLE”

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FILMOGRAPHY
- Akira (1988) – Steamboy (2004) – Memories (1995) – Mushishi (2006)

Character Design: Hidekazu Ohara

Voice Cast: Saori Hayami, Masakazu Morita

 

 

 

 

 

“POSSESSIONS”

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Director: SHUHEI MORITA

FILMOGRAPHY :

- Kakurenbo: Hide & Seek (2005) – FREEDOM (2006 – 2008) - Coicent (2010)

Original Story/Concept Design: Keisuke Kishi

Character Design: Daisuke Sajiki

 

 

 

 

“ GAMBO     

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Director: HIROAKI ANDO

 FILMOGRAPHY: – FIVE NUMBERS! (2011)                            

Original Story/screenplay – KATSUHITO ISHII

FILMOGRAPHY :

- The Taste Of Tea (2004) – REDLINE (2010) - Smuggler (2011)

Original Character Design: Yoshiyuki Sadamoto

Voice Cast: Mutsumi Tamura, Daisuke Namikawa

 

 

“ A FAREWELL TO WEAPONS     

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Director: HAJIME KATOKI

 Original Story: Katsuhiro Otomo

Character Design: Tatsuyuki Tanaka

Voice Cast: Issei Futamata, Tomoyuki Dan
                     Shigeru Ushiyama, Akio Ohtsuk

 

 

© SHORT PEACE COMMITTEE
©KATSUHIRO OTOMO/MASH•ROOM/SHORT PEACE COMMITTEE

RUNNING TIME: 68 mins.  / 2013 /English Subtitled.

To learn more go to http://www.elevenarts.net/th_gallery/shortpeace/

Other NIPPON NIGHTS lineup 

Endorsed by Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco /
Co-Presented by CAAM / Promotional Partner: btrax

Jul
20
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JOHN HUBLEY AT 100
July 20, 2014

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JOHN HUBLEY AT 100

Sunday, July 20

Q&A WITH NOTED ANIMATOR – AND DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND FAITH – EMILY HUBLEY AFTER THE 6PM SHOW! A traveling program of films by animators John and Faith Hubley, all in new 35mm prints, celebrating John Hubley’s 100th birthday.

ADVENTURES OF AN *  – A baby, represented by the “ * ” symbol, delights in the visual excitement of the world. As he matures, his ability to see diminishes. Eventually, his own child freshens his vision.  Produced and Written by John and Faith Hubley in collaboration with James Johnson Sweeney.  Dir: John Hubley. 1956, 11 mins.

TENDER GAME  – A jazz version of the song “Tenderly,” provides the soundtrack for a delicate tale of love.  Produced and Written by John Hubley  Music Performed by Ella Fitzgerald and the Oscar Peterson Trio: Ray Brown, bass and Herb Ellis, guitar.  1958, 6 mins.

MOONBIRD - In a magical adventure, two brothers hunt an imaginary bird. Their dialogue is improvised.  Produced and Written by John and Faith Hubley.  Voices of Mark and Ray Hubley.  Dir: John Hubley.  1959.  10 mins. 

THE HAT  – Two soldiers patrol the border between their counties. When one accidentally drops his helmet over the line, the other refuses to give it back – setting the scene for a witty exploration of peace through world law.  Music and Voices by Dizzy Gillespie and Dudley Moore.  Produced and Written by John and Faith Hubley for The World Law Fund.  Dir: John Hubley.  1964.  19 mins.

URBANISSIMO – A comic allegory depicting a runaway “city” devouring its environs. A farmer has an encounter with the “city” and deserts his rural home for the imagined joys of urban life.  Produced by John and Faith Hubley for Expo ’67, Montreal.  Music by Benny Carter.  Dir: John Hubley.  1967. 6 mins.

WINDY DAY - An improvised dialogue of two little girls is the background for the expressive visualization of their view of marriage and babies, love and death.  Voices of Emily and Georgia Hubley.  Produced and Directed by John and Faith Hubley.  1968. 9 mins.

OF MEN AND DEMONS - A simple fisherman faces the challenges posed by climate and modernity as personified by three resourceful demons.  Music by Quincy Jones  Produced and Directed by John and Faith Hubley.  1968. 9 mins.

EGGS - Mother Nature bickers with Death over control of humankind before a fateful decision is made.  Music by Quincy Jones.  Voices of David Burns, Anita Ellis, and Grady Tate.  Produced and Written by John and Faith Hubley
Dir: John Hubley.  1970.  10 mins.

 

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STORY OF RELEASE

Organized in collaboration with the Hubley family, Cinema Conservancy’s centennial tour coincides with The Believer Magazine’s 2014 Film Issue. The issue will feature a DVD with a number of the Hubleys’ films, including “Cockaboody” (1973), “The Hole” (1963), and “Date With Dizzy” (1958), as well as commercials, home movies and storyboards.

Visually striking, playful and innovative, the selected films address a wide range of topics – from urbanization and overpopulation to two boys’ search for a pet bird – and feature the voices of Dizzy Gillespie, Dudley Moore, and the Hubleys’ children (Emily, Georgia, Mark and Ray), as well as music from Benny Carter, The Oscar Peterson Trio and Quincy Jones.

John Hubley began his training at Disney (where his participation in the studio’s famous 1941 strike caused him and other animators to be fired and later blacklisted) and went on to the Army’s Motion Picture Unit and UPA. The personal and creative partnership between John and Faith (Elliott) Hubley lasted from the 1950′s until John’s death in 1977. True to their marriage vow to finish one independent film per year, the Hubleys created over 20 animated films together, winning three Academy Awards (for “Moonbird,” “The Hole,” and 1966’s “Herb Alpert and The Tijuana Brass Double Feature”), in addition to taking on ads, commissions and segments for TV shows such as Sesame Street and The Electric Company. Faith Hubley went on to make 23 more films after 1977.

Breaking new artistic ground and exploring urgent topics in their films, the Hubleys rebelled, as John told animation historian John Canemaker, “against the sweet sentimental chipmunk and bunnies idiom of animation.” They favored a modern aesthetic, using techniques such as wax-resistance, oil painting and bottom-lit watercolors. In their experimentations with improvised dialogue and music, the pair found inspiration everywhere, from conversations between New York construction workers to the musings of their own children. Cinema Conservancy is thrilled to be bringing the Hubley’s work back to theaters in 2014.

ADVENTURES OF AN *, THE TENDER GAME, and URBANISSIMO were preserved by The Museum of Modern Art with support from the Celeste Bartos Fund for Film Preservation.

 

A CINEMA CONSERVANCY RELEASE.  TOTAL PROGRAM RUNNING TIME: 80 mins.  35mm.  Shows Sunday, July 20 at (2pm), 4pm, 6pm & 8pm.

 Read the IndieWire piece on the series here!

 

 

Jul
21
Mon
PORTRAIT OF THE LIVING SKY
July 21, 2014

// FILMMAKERS IN PERSON //

7pm on Monday, July 21 only!

PORTRAIT OF THE LIVING SKY (named for the Sun Ra song) is an attempt at capturing a moment in Bay Area filmmaking, and situating that in context with works from further afield. These pieces all relate to ideas of being, transience and perspective.

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Featured artists include:  Miriam Gossing, Lina Sieckmann, Lily Carter, Justin Smith, Zachary Epcar, Mike Stoltz, Linda Fenstermaker, Alisa Berger, Justin Clifford Rhody, Andy Puls, Alese Osborn, Kristin Klein, Tiare Ribeaux, Alison Peery, Marcelo Gutierrez, Peter Gray Hurley, Aly O, Paris Hynes, tooth, Ben Phelps-Rohrs, Marissa Patrice Leitman, Adriana Handono & Joshua Leon Harper.

(120 min.)

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TICKETS: http://tinyurl.com/l74ptvt

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Jul
22
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INLAND EMPIRE
July 22, 2014 - July 23, 2014

inland empire 2“A Woman in Trouble”, reads the poster for David Lynch’s 2006 magnum opus (and possibly his final movie?), INLAND EMPIRE. It’s about a struggling actress, the barren outskirts of Los Angeles, the shadowy inner-workings of Hollywood, a troubled remake of a cursed, never-completed Polish movie. There’s a family of rabbits on television and two musical numbers. In many ways, it is the ultimate David Lynch movie, and we’re very excited to let you know he’s letting us borrow his personal 35mm print of the film!

Dir: David Lynch. 2006. 35mm. 180 mins. Nightly at 7:15pm.

Free for members!