Schedule for Saturday, September 12
- The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
- The September Issue
- It Might Get Loud
- The Morning After
- The Hill
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The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
This funny, warm collection—including the classics Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, and Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too!—is one of the few movies for small children that gets better the more you see it.
John Lounsbery/Wolfgang Reitherman. 1977. 74 m. G. US. Buena Vista.12:00 PM
The September Issue
“Lusciously revealing fly-on-the-wall portrait of Anna Wintour.” (Entertainment Weekly)
R.J. Cutler takes us behind the scenes of the making of Vogue’s 2007 September issue, the largest in the magazine’s history. While the film has its Devil Wears Prada moments—See Anna Wintour alienate her staff! Watch sycophants suck up to their queen! Behold as she shatters designers with a single stare!—it also delves deeper, revealing a skilled, complex woman who does not take her considerable power lightly. Cutler examines a Vogue office populated with a wide array of characters, including the fire-haired Creative Director Grace Coddington. It’s Anna’s world, but in many ways Grace is the real star here. She’s fascinating, larger-than-life, and downright cool; much like the magazine itself.
R.J. Cutler. 2009. 90 m. PG-13. US. Roadside Attractions .12:05 PM 2:35 PM 5:05 PM 7:05 PM 9:05 PM
It Might Get Loud
"A marvelous rock doc that manages to be wistful, tasty, and jam-kicking at the same time." (Entertainment Weekly)
Director David Guggenheim (An Inconvenient Truth) penetrates the glamorous surface of three rock legends: The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), and Jack White (The White Stripes). Audiences get up close and personal, discovering how a furniture upholsterer from Detroit (White), a studio musician and painter from London (Page) and a seventeen-year-old Dublin schoolboy (Edge), each used the electric guitar to develop their unique sound and rise to the pantheon of superstar. A mix of expert storytelling and live performances, It Might Get Loud promises not only "an incredibly rich mix of their music, groundbreaking, defining," applauds the LA Times, but "that it comes with a righteous story too" makes this doc personal and wistful, accessible to rock enthusiasts and newcomers alike.
Davis Guggenheim. 2008. 97 m. PG. US. Sony Pictures Classics.12:10 PM 2:40 PM 5:10 PM 7:20 PM 9:35 PM
The Morning After
"Fonda and Bridges are wonderful...and they have some dialogue that seems more alive than most romantic talk in the movies." (Roger Ebert)
A has-been actress (played by Jane Fonda) wakes up with a hangover, no memory of the previous night, and a man with a knife sticking out of his chest lying in bed next to her. Lumet delves into Hitchcock territory with this unusual murder mystery that also serves as an affecting study of alcoholism. Jeff Bridges costars as a former cop trying to help—and ultimately falling for—Fonda, who earned a Best Actress nomination for this role.
Sidney Lumet. 1986. 103 m. R. US. Criterion/20th Century Fox.2:15 PM 4:45 PM
"A sobering revelation." (New York Times)
Imprisoned in a British military "glasshouse" in Northern Africa during World War II, a group of soldiers including Sean Connery's insubordinate sergeant major are put through a grueling gauntlet of sadistic exercises meant to crush their spirits. Tensions mount as Lumet examines unyielding defiance in the face of brutal authority. A riveting and unjustly overlooked film, winner of the Best Screenplay award at Cannes.
Sidney Lumet. 1965. 123 m. NR. UK. Warner Bros.7:00 PM 9:30 PM