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November 2014 – February 2015

Nov
30
Sun
Roxie Kids: Little Nemo
November 30, 2014

 FREE admission for KIDS under 12 years old!!

Roxie Kids is an age-appropriate film series for families and film lovers alike. 

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Screenplay by Chris Columbus (“Home Alone” & “Harry Potter”),

The original Sound Track by the Academy Award-winning Sherman Brothers

 

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In the magical land of dreams and the mystical world of nightmares, there is a place more wondrous than the Seven wondersmore magical than a Magic Carpetand more enchanting than an Enchanted Forest. This place is the world of a child’s dream where anything and everything is possible. Where time is timeless, and where imagination has no boundaries. Welcome to the dream world of Little Nemo.

On one unforgettable night, Nemo falls asleep and enters into his dreamworld and with the help of his new found friend, Professor Genius, and Nemos flying pet squirrel Icarus, they all journey together into Slumberland,a beautiful utopia where all its people live in perfect harmony together. Nemo is lovingly embraced by the people and especially the King of Slumberland who adopts Nemo and makes him heir apparent to the throne. He also entrusts Nemo with a special key that Nemo has been given strict instructions not to unlock the door in which this key belongs to. He is also given a most prized possession of the King, the Royal Scepter. Along the way, Nemo is befriended by Flip who becomes Nemo’s mischief making sidekick and as curiosity would have it he convinces Nemo to unlock the door only to discover that he has now unleashed a horrific demon over Slumberland…

IMDB TRAILER is HERE

©TMS   Directed by: William T. Hurtz , Masami Hata, 1992, 85mins., U.S.A.

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Feb
21
Sat
2015 Noise Pop Film Series: BEAUTIFUL NOISE
February 21, 2015

BeautNoiseSAN FRANCISCO PREMIERE!

There was no machismo, no rockstar posturing, and definitely no gyrating. Save for the occasional tiff they had with pretentious NME journalists, most of the band members were painfully soft-spoken. Geeky, even. Yet the voluminous, woozy sounds of Cocteau Twins, The Jesus and Mary Chain, and My Bloody Valentine were anything but. For a few short years in the 80s and 90s, the indie music world was struck by a rare moment of introspection that came to an abrupt end with the laddism of Britpop. Diligently tracing the history of a genre that dares not speak its name (shoe-what?), filmmaker Eric Green interviews the mad minds behind the three bands, including the reclusive MBV frontman Kevin Shields. Amongst the support appearances are members from Ride, Slowdive, and Curve as well as keen fans Trent Reznor, Billy Corgan and Robert Smith – the last of whom got married to Cocteau Twin’s “Treasure”. – Sheffield Doc/Fest

Director: Eric Green. 2014. Digital. 90 minutes.