Schedule for Wednesday, June 19
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Much Ado About Nothing
"I'd be pressed to imagine a more sure-footed Much Ado. When Shakespeare's done right, you can't imagine him ever being done wrong. The clarity is blinding." (David Edelstein, New York Magazine)
Shakespeare's classic comedy is given a contemporary spin! Shot in just 12 days (and using the original text), the story of sparring lovers Beatrice and Benedick offers a dark, sexy and occasionally absurd view of the intricate game that is love.
Joss Whedon. 2013. 109 m. PG-13. USA. Roadside Attractions .2:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:20 PM 5:05 PM 8:35 PM 9:50 PM
"If I were only allowed to see one movie this year, I'd want it to be Before Midnight. If I were only allowed two trips to a theater this year, I'd see it twice." (Mary Pols, TIME Magazine)
The biggest arthouse film of the summer, Before Midnight is the love story of Jesse and Celine excellently brought to life by Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy. With picturesque Greece as the backdrop, Richard Linklater's latest proves that romance isn't just for fairy tales.
Richard Linklater. 2013. 109 m. R. USA. Sony Pictures Classics.2:10 PM 5:00 PM 7:25 PM 9:45 PM
"Shot in black-and-white video that lends this New York odyssey a scrappy feel, Frances Ha foregrounds a characteristically endearing Greta Gerwig performance defined by her usual onscreen combination of high energy wit and awkward self-effacement." (Eric Kohn, Indiewire.com)
Frances Ha is a modern comic fable that explores adjusting to life in the post-college years. The film reteams the always charming Greta Gerwig (Damsels in Distress, To Rome with Love) with filmmaker Noah Baumbach (The Squid and the Whale, Margot at the Wedding) and smartly deals with issues of friendship, class, ambition, failure, and redemption.
Noah Baumbach. 2012. 86 m. R. USA. IFC Films.6:40 PM
The Cardboard Bernini
“I wanted to make a piece that was heroic and eternal in its nature, but was at its base an impossibility.” (James Grashow)
Artist James Grashow, with a long history of building sculptures from unconventional media, painstakingly planned the creation of his next project: a colossal Trevi Fountain made out of cardboard. This intimate film shows his powerful Neptune and charging horses taking shape in the studio and disintegrating outdoors in the elements at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum.
Olympia Stone. 2012. 76 m. NR. USA. Floating Stone Productions.7:30 PM