Schedule for Sunday, October 21
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Q&A wildlife expert Andrew Simmons and a LIVE RING-TAILED LEMUR
Alastair Fothergill/Mark Linfield. 2012. 78 m. G. US/Tanzania. Disneynature.12:00 PM
"[Seven] Psychopaths is viciously funny, delightfully clever, and meta without being cloyingly self-conscious." (Matt Goldberg, Collider.com)
Written and Directed by Irish playwright (The Lieutenant of Inishmore, The Pillowman) and Academy Award winning filmmaker Martin McDonagh, the madcap and darkly comedic Seven Psychopaths follows a struggling screenwriter (Colin Farrell) who inadvertently becomes entangled in the Los Angeles criminal underworld. Co-starring Christopher Walken, Woody Harrelson, Tom Waits and a scene-stealing Sam Rockwell, McDonagh’s follow-up to In Bruges is hilarious and violent but not without the soul and wit he is known for.
Martin McDonagh. 2012. 109 m. R. US/UK. CBS Films.12:05 PM 6:30 PM
"A cool yet compassionate look at two people bound by love and shared struggles in a world of haves and have-nots." (Manohla Dargis, New York Times)
Twelve-year-old Simon lives with his older wayward sister in a housing complex below a luxury ski resort. With his sister drifting in and out of jobs and relationships, Simon takes on the responsibility of providing for the two of them. But when he partners with a crooked seasonal worker, he begins to lose his boundaries and journeys into dangerous territory. Featuring Léa Seydoux (Farewell, My Queen and Midnight in Paris) and Gillian Anderson (The X-Files).
Ursula Meier. 2012. 97 m. NR. France/Switzerland, English/French. Adopt Films.12:10 PM 2:35 PM 5:05 PM 7:15 PM
A riveting glimpse into the realities of a government-controlled judicial system and its impact on daily life as seen through the trial of a man accused of killing six police officers. The judicial process is filled with cover-ups and questionable decisions.
Ai Weiwei. 2010. 180 m. NR. China, Mandarin with subtitles. Ai Weiwei Studio.2:30 PM
Searching for Sugar Man
"An electrifying illustration of music's power to inspire and change lives on both sides of the footlights."
Academy Award Nominee for Documentary Feature
The greatest '70s rock icon that you've never heard of, Rodriguez's albums were critically well-received, but bombed on the U.S. charts. While he faded into obscurity in the States, his legend grew in South Africa, where a bootleg copy of his album made it to the airwaves and quickly became a phenomenal success. The film follows two of Rodriguez's biggest fans, who travel to the U.S. in hopes of finding out what happened to the singer whose anti-establishment message connected with them during the dark days of apartheid. Searching for Sugar Man is a story of hope, inspiration, and the resonating power of music.
Malik Bendjelloul. 2012. 85 m. PG-13. Sweden/UK. Sony Pictures Classics.2:45 PM 7:55 PM
Jeff, Who Lives at Home
We're kicking off this season of Jonathan Demme’s Rarely Seen Cinema with special guest Jason Segel and the film Jeff, Who Lives at Home, a 2011 comedy from the Duplass Brothers (The Puffy Chair), in which Segel plays the title role. Jeff is a thirty-something stoner who won’t leave his mother’s basement. After an incident leads him to suspect his sister-in-law of cheating, Jeff helps his brother spy on her—a choice which leads him to finally realize his true purpose in life. The film co-stars Susan Sarandon, Ed Helms (The Hangover), and Judy Greer (The Descendants).
Q&A actor/screenwriter Jason Segel (star of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Muppets and TV's How I Met Your Mother) with filmmaker Jonathan Demme
Jay Duplass/Mark Duplass. 2011. 83 m. R. USA. Paramount/Vantage.5:00 PM