American Cinematheque Members are treated to an advance screening of Tim Burton's much anticipated BIG EYES, starring Amy Adams as painter Margaret Keane. Screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski join us for a discussion after the film.
Screenwriting partners Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski have carved out their most notable niche in screen biographies, and this double bill pairs THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT, a biopic of the millionaire pornographer, with AUTO FOCUS, a look at the seamier side of “Hogan’s Heroes” TV star Bob Crane.
HOLY FOOLS: THE ANTI-BIOPICS OF SCOTT & LARRY
Double Feature! Screenwriters Scott Alexander & Larry Karaszewski In Person!
Screenwriters Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski join us again in person with a 20th anniversary screening of Tim Burton's ED WOOD, starring Johnny Depp as the legendary schlock director, and creative Andy Kaufman biopic MAN ON THE MOON, with Jim Carrey portraying the late comedian.
Advance Member Screening! Actor Kevin costner In Person!
American Cinematheque Members can enjoy a second free screening just for them this month - and with Kevin Costner in person! The actor appears with an advance screening of BLACK AND WHITE, a drama about race relations and family relationships he also co-produced, costarring Octavia Spencer.
Retired gunslinger Charley Waite (Kevin Costner) is forced to return to violence when the cattle crew he has formed with old friend Boss Spearman (Robert Duvall) is threatened by enemies who endanger not only Waite’s way of life but his new romance with Sue Barlow (Annette Bening). A screening of the 2003 film is introduced by Kevin Costner!
A series dedicated to director Frank Capra kicks off with new restorations of 1933 interracial romance THE BITTER TEA OF GENERAL YEN, starring Barbara Stanwyck, and a trip to Shangri-La with 1937's LOST HORIZON.