Wednesday, November 16 – Thursday, December 1 Sunday, November 27 – Thursday, December 1 Friday, December 9 – Thursday, December 15
Area Premiere! Repertory Series! NEW Jean Luc Godard’s
BEING ELMO: A PUPPETEER'S JOURNEY SEEING IS BELIEVING: 35MM WEEKEND
Holidays 2011: Nov 16 - Nov 24 at 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 (+ Sat & Sun at 1:30); 11/21 at 4:00, 6:00;
11/24 at 5:30, 7:30 // Nov 25 - Dec 1 at 3:00 (+ Fri - Sun at 1:00) THE NON-FICTIONS OF ERROL MORRIS
One of the United States’ most notable documentarians, Errol Morris has
PRINT! Fri at 4:45, 7:00; Sat - Thu at 5:00,&7:15, 9:30 (+ Sat & Sun at 2:45);
Please Note: 5:00 only on 12/12 12/13)
Friday, November 4 – (2011) dir Constance Marks w/Kevin Clash [80 min]
Beloved by children of all ages around the world, Elmo is an international been paving a distinct trail for himself since he emerged as a filmmaker in
(1967) dir Jean-Luc Godard w/Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne [105 min]
Jean-Luc Godard's scathing late-sixties satire is one of cinema's great anar-
the early 1980s. In recent years, he has become synonymous with probing,
Friday, December 30, 2011 icon. Few people, however, know the man behind the Muppet. In this enter-
taining and inspiring documentary, filmmaker Constance Marks introduces in-depth character studies of the sometimes important, sometimes infamous,
chic works. Determined to collect an inheritance from a dying relative, a
petit-bourgeois couple travel across the French countryside while civilization
us to that man. and always fascinating people beneath the headlines. From his early inves- crashes and burns around them. Featuring a justly famous centerpiece sin-
tigative work like THE THIN BLUE LINE, to his break-out film FAST, CHEAP, gle take of an endless traffic jam, WEEKEND is a surreally funny and deeply
Kevin Clash grew up dreaming of one day working with his idol, master AND OUT OF CONTROL, to his amazingly revealing studies of war and disturbing expression of social oblivion that ended the first phase of
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS & PREMIERES puppeteer Jim Henson. He began building puppets at the age of 10 and
performed on Baltimore television as a teenager. Displaying incredible cre-
death, to his latest film TABLOID, this series offers a near complete survey of
his theatrical documentaries – and yet it only scratches the surface of a
Godard's career - and, according to the credits, cinema itself.
ativity and talent at a young age, Clash eventually attracted the attention of career that has included vast amounts of work. Mr. Morris will appear at the “Year after year, Jean-Luc Godard has been chipping away at the language
Friday, November 4 & Saturday, November 5 Friday, November 11 – Sunday, November 13 Muppet designer Kermit Love who introduced him to Henson and helped Brattle on Nov 30 for a discussion sponsored by Harvard Book Store about of cinema. Now, in WEEKEND, he has just about got down to the bare
Cambridge Premiere! Special Live Performance & Repertory Series! him find a home on Sesame Street. his latest book, Believing Is Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of bones. This is his best film, and his most inventive. It is almost pure movie.
Photography. It is sure to be ardently disliked by a great many people, Godard fans
MARGARET THE TOBOLOWSKY FILES LIVE This moving documentary, rich in rare archival footage and interviews, fol-
lows Clash from his early days in Baltimore to his current role voicing and
among them. But revolutionary films always take some time for audiences
at 4:00, 7:00 (+ Sat at 1:00) at 8:00pm (Doors at 7:00pm) Please see below for full line-up and schedule to catch up.” – Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 1969
(2011) dir Kenneth Lonergan w/Anna Paquin, J. performing one of the most famous puppets in the world, and along the way
Smith-Cameron, Mark Ruffalo, Jeannie Berlin, Jean Join us for a live presentation of the popular radio show and podcast THE offers a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the world of the Muppets. “One of [Godard]’s most energetic statements of cinematic élan, venturing a
Reno, Kieran Culkin, Matt Damon [150 min] TOBOLOWSKY FILES featuring the stories of Stephen Tobolowsky and host dialogue among filmmaker, movie, and the viewing world whose depth and
“A winning tale of the persistence and creativity behind one of the most
Normally when a film takes years to emerge David Chen of Slashfilm.com.
famous and fuzziest faces in the world.” – The New York Times
Friday, December 2 & Saturday, December 3 seriousness have no real rival.” – Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice
onto screens it’s a bad sign but, we’re happy to Stephen Tobolowsky is definitely one of “those
report, this is decidedly not the case with MAR-
guys” in movies and TV. He has been featured
GARET. Following the success of 2000’s You in (mostly) small roles in over 200 films and
Saturday, November 19 & Sunday, November 20 TALES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE
Can Count On Me, writer/director Kenneth TV shows. Currently you probably know him THE ADVENTURES OF at 4:00, 7:00 (+ Sat at 1:00) Friday, December 16 – Tuesday, December 20
Lonergan filmed his follow up, MARGARET, in (2009) dir Cristian Mungiu, Hanno Höfer, Razvan Marculescu, Constantin Popescu,
2005… And then something went terribly wrong. MARGARET languished
best as the creepy Sandy Ryerson on Glee or,
ELMO IN GROUCHLAND Ioana Uricaru [155 min] IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE
depending on your maturity, as gonzo at 11:30am The final 15 years of the Ceausescu regime were the worst in Romania's his- Fri - Sun at 4:00, 7:00 (+Sat & Sun at 1:00); Mon at 4:30; Tue at 7:00
in the editing room while Lonergan struggled to come up with a version of Hollywood producer Stu Baggs on (1946) dir Frank Capra w/Jimmy Stewart, Donna Reed [130 min]
(1999) dir Gary Halvorson w/Kevin Clash, Mandy Patinkin, Vanessa Williams [73 min] tory. Nonetheless, the propaganda machine of that time referred without fail
the film that both he and his studio could agree on. Now, finally, MAR- Californication. You also probably know him Jimmy Stewart plays George Bailey, a forlorn small-town banker with a seri-
Elmo loves his fuzzy blanket so much that he gets into a tug-of war over it to that period as “the golden age”… Lead by acclaimed director Christian
GARET has been released – though, unfortunately, without much fanfare. from one of his most iconic roles – jovial insur- ous case of regret, who while considering suicide meets Clarence (Travers),
with his friend Zoe, losing it in far-off Grouchland. Nothing will deter Elmo Mungiu (4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days), a group of young Romanian film-
The film follows Lisa (Paquin) a 17-year-old New Yorker who witnesses – and ance salesman Ned Ryerson from GROUND- from retrieving his treasured possession, plunging himself into a series of makers have created the darkly humorous TALES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE an angel in training. Clarence shows George what life would be like if he
perhaps plays a part in causing – a bus accident that kills a woman. After HOG DAY. A few of you may recognize him adventures including a battle of wits with the Queen of Trash. which purports to adapt the most popular urban myths of the period. Comic, had never been born, and through this George is able to realize how valu-
the crash, she begins to lash out emotionally at her family and herself while from his dramatic roles in Mississippi Burning bizarre, surprising myths abound, myths that draw on the often-surreal able one person’s life can be. This film, which offers one of the most memo-
or MEMENTO. And a small number of you rable (and bittersweet) Christmas stories ever, is a wonderful reminder that
trying to reconcile her belief that she is somehow responsible. A remarkably
may know him as the co-writer with David Byrne of the Talking Head’s film
Tuesday, November 22 events of everyday life under the communist regime – from an entire village
life may not be what we expected but it is still sweet and rich. Forget about
human, powerfully acted film, MARGARET appears out-of-place in this age government trapped on a merry-go-round, to a policeman trying to slaugh-
of big-screen spectacles and high-concept dramas. Don’t miss the chance to TRUE STORIES. Whatever role he takes, and whatever size it is, you can be MUPPETS FROM SPACE ter a live pig in an urban apartment, to the consequences of being a photo- watching this classic film at home on TV, we’re showing it the way it was
see this emotionally and intellectually challenging film on the big screen! sure that Tobolowsky will steal just about every scene he appears in. His at 9:30pm retoucher at a Party newspaper. meant to be seen: on the Big Screen!
unique energy and unquestionable talent make him one of the best and most (1999) dir Tim Hill w/Kermit, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and the whole
“Magnificent theatrical directing… Visceral, raw, seemingly real, and fero- recognizable character actors working today. Muppet gang + Jeffrey Tambor [87 min] Though the events depicted sometimes have serious consequences, the film-
ciously acted.” – Wesley Morris, The Boston Globe When Gonzo starts getting messages in his cereal bowl it seems that he makers choose to always treat their subjects with a light touch. Humor is Also Friday, December 16 – Tuesday, December 20
On the show, THE TOBOLOWSKY FILES, Tobolowsky brings wit and insight, might be close to figuring out where he comes from (and what the heck he what kept Romanians alive, and TALES FROM THE GOLDEN AGE aims to
“Oh boy. Oh wow. If your idea of a rewarding time at the movies is a sym- Repertory Series!
not to mention his actor’s eye for drama, to stories from all periods of his is). This terrific recent entry into the Muppets movie series features superb re-capture that mood, portraying the survival of a nation having to face
phonic drama that aches with the blood, sweat and tears of real life while own life. Not just confining himself to stories from his time in the entertain- musical numbers set to funk hits by the likes of Funkadelic and James Brown. every day the twisted logic of a dictatorship.
simultaneously upholding the finest traditions of opera, of theater, of poet- ment business (though there are plenty of hilarious behind-the-scenes anec- We love IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE but sometimes we just feel like we’ve had
ry, of literature, look no further.” – Michael Tully, Hammer To Nail "[Romanian filmmakers] are comedians and tragedians often within the our fill of holiday themed flicks. Then, magically, the holiday season insinu-
dotes), Tobolowsky delves into growing up a quirky teen, finding his voice
in theater, and falling in (and out of) love with self-effacing humor and an
Wednesday, November 23 same movie… They're some of the most natural storytellers in movies. ates itself into something different – a film that isn’t, technically, a Holiday
Also Friday, November 4 & Saturday, November 5 instantly engaging openness. If you are a fan of The Moth or This American TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Narrative moviemaking has a good name in their hands." – Wesley Morris, Movie. Sometimes it’s something you have to be reminded of, as is the case
at 9:30pm The Boston Globe with CITY OF LOST CHILDREN. Sometimes it serves as a backdrop for an
Area Premiere! Life, we highly recommend this event – it’s certain to be a memorable
evening of stories and conversation with a one-of-a-kind performer. (1990) dir Steve Barron w/Judith Hoag, Elias Koteas, Kevin Clash [93 min] unrelated noir romp (KISS KISS BANG BANG). And sometimes it’s blatant-
THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM Cowabunga dudes! A defining film for a certain quirky segment of a gener- ly obvious but hilarious none-the-less (RARE EXPORTS or CHRISTMAS VACA-
at 10:00, 11:45 Advance tickets are $20 for all. Day of tickets are $25 general admis- ation, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES tells the story of four teenage tur-
Also Friday, December 2 & Saturday, December 3 TION). Whatever your feelings about the holidays, come enjoy these alter-
(2011) dir Todd Rohal w/Steve Little, Robert Longstreet [75 min] sion/$22 students, seniors, and Brattle members. The Late Show! Area Premiere!
tles who are doused with radioactive material and become overgrown native instances of seasonal ‘cheer.’
If you’ve been longing for more exploding heads in your indie comedies,
then THE CATECHISM CATACLYSM is the film for you! Eastbound And
crimefighters under the tutelage of a rat named Splinter (a puppet performed BURKE & HARE Please see below for full line-up and schedule
Down co-star Steve Little stars as Father Billy, an annoying slacker/priest Also Friday, November 11 – Sunday, November 13 by Kevin Clash of Elmo fame). at 10:00, Midnight
(2010) dir John Landis w/Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis, Isla Fisher, Jessica Hynes, Tom
who tracks down a childhood friend Robbie (Longstreet) and badgers him Repertory Series! Wednesday, December 21 – Friday, December 23
into going canoeing with him. Things start out OK, despite Father Billy’s Thursday, November 24 Wilkinson [91 min]
FEATURING STEPHEN TOBOLOWSKY Thirty years after An American Werewolf in London, John Landis returns to
Back By Popular Demand!
strange, sometimes-childish behavior. Soon, however, a progression of
Join us for a sampling of some of Stephen Tobolowsky’s most entertaining LABYRINTH the UK with a black comedy set in 19th-century Edinburgh. After discover-
minor disasters add up to the pair being stranded in the wilderness – and
that’s when things get really weird. This offputtingly quirky film doesn’t stay
and memorable film roles. at 9:30pm
(1986) dir Jim Henson w/David Bowie, Jennifer Connelly [101 min]
ing a booming market for medical cadavers, two bumbling Irish hucksters THE TREE OF LIFE
(Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis) turn to grave-robbing and, before long, mur- at 5:00, 8:00
still long enough for the audience to get a handle on it – and that’s a good Please see below for full line-up and schedule Jim Henson, with the help of Kevin Clash who voiced several characters, cre- (2011) dir Terrence Malick w/Brad Pitt, Sean Penn, Jessica Chastain [139 min]
der. Grisly, farcical fun, featuring a who’s who of British comedians and
thing. There’s always something unexpected around the next corner whether ated this modern-day Alice in Wonderland. Connelly plays Sarah, a young appearances from Tim Curry and Christopher Lee. – notes from the Film Acclaimed director Terrence Malick (Badlands, Days Of Heaven) is anything
it’s a pair of cute Japanese tourists and their mute bodyguard or a story Sunday, November 13 girl who must travel through the Labyrinth to save her baby brother from the Society of Lincoln Center but prolific, racking up only 5 feature films in over 35 years. This is one of
about a day laborer who finds love while trapped in a cement column. Goblin King (Bowie). “A remarkable achievement.” – The New York Times those quality over quantity situations, however, since every one of his films
Special Fundraising Event! “[A] ghoulish comedy, a droll take on one of the most notorious mass-mur- is a classic and it’s a cinematic event every time one appears. His latest, THE
“Weird and well-acted.” – The New York Times THE BRATTLE GALA der cases of the 19th century.” – The New York Times TREE OF LIFE is the impressionistic story of a Midwestern family in the
at The Charles Hotel Friday, November 25 & Saturday, November 26
1950s. Catch up with this breathtakingly beautiful film that is sure to make
Sunday, November 6 Stephen Tobolowsky will be the guest of honor at this year’s Brattle Film Wednesday, December 7 & Thursday, December 8 it onto a number of year end top ten lists!
Special Double Feature Screening! Foundation gala fundraiser. Celebrate one of the great character actors and Give Thanks For Bogie!
support the Brattle all in one fell swoop! MALTESE FALCON THE MUPPET MOVIE
SIDEWAYS Wed at 8:30pm; Thu at 4:30, 7:00*, 9:30
at 7:00pm Visit Brattlefilm.org for more information. at 7:15
(1941) dir John Huston w/Humphrey Bogart, Mary
* Please note: Thursday 7:00pm show will be a SINGALONG!! Sunday, December 25 – Friday, December 30
(2004) dir Alexander Payne w/Paul Giamatti, Thomas Haden Church, Virginia (1979) dir James Frawley w/Kermit, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, and the
Madsen, Sandra Oh [126 min] Astor, Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet [100 min]
whole Muppet gang + Charles Durning, Milton Berle, Mel Brooks, James Coburn,
Depressed writer Miles (Giamatti) takes his soon-to-be-married college pal One of Humphrey Bogart’s most iconic roles is Dom DeLuise, Elliott Gould, Bob Hope, Madeline Kahn, Steve Martin, Richard BACKWARDS & IN HIGH HEELS:
Jack (Church) on a roadtrip through California wine country. Despite Miles’ Wednesday, November 16 – Sunday, November 20 as Dashiell Hammett’s cynical and smart pri- Pryor, Telly Savalas and Orson Welles [95 min]
A TRIBUTE TO GINGER ROGERS
best efforts to make it a relaxing trip, Jack is determined to have one last vate eye Sam Spade in this, one of the great- Did the one-two punch of our premiere of BEING ELMO and the release of
The Late Show! Area Premiere! est of the great film noirs. THE MALTESE FAL- the new Muppet movie, The Muppets, make you yearn for more puppet-tas-
We take the title of this series celebrating the 100th birthday of Ginger
fling before getting hitched – with not so spectacular results. Payne’s SIDE-
WAYS was a critical and box office success that helped solidify the popular- EVERYDAY SUNSHINE: CON weaves an intricate tale of obsession tic features? Well, look no further! The original MUPPET MOVIE tells the
Rogers from one of the most famous – and telling – quotes about her.
Referring to the fact that her much lauded co-star Fred Astaire had gotten all
ity of Giamatti… and send Merlot sales into the toilet. THE STORY OF FISHBONE and desire around a carved bird statue that is
said to be worth a fortune. The people who
story of the Muppets origins – from Kermit’s humble days as a banjo-pickin’
the credit, cartoonist Bob Thaves once wrote: "Sure [Astaire] was great, but
at 9:30 swamp frog to his fateful meeting with a talent agent to his meeting up with
Double Feature! hunt it flock to Spade when a man carrying a mysterious bundle dies on his don't forget that Ginger Rogers did everything he did, backwards… and in
(2010) dir Lev Anderson, Chris Metzler w/Fishbone, Norwood Fisher, Angelo Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, Rowlf, Gonzo and the rest of the gang and straight
ELECTION Moore, Ice-T, Flea, Gwen Stefani [107 min] doorstep and they use every method from guile to force to charm to get him through to the premiere of the first big movie.
high heels." The quote has been widely appropriated by anyone trying to
at 4:45, 9:30 point out the unequal recognition of the role of women in history but the truth
From the shifting faultlines of Hollywood fantasies and the economic and on their side. Spade, being too smart by half for any of them, beautifully JOIN US FOR A
(1999) dir Alexander Payne w/Matthew Broderick, Reese Witherspoon, Chris is that even this quote does Rogers somewhat of an injustice. In fact, Rogers
racial tensions of Reagan's America, Fishbone rose to become one of the plays everyone against each other while pursuing a goal all his own.
Klein [103 min]
most original bands of the last 25 years. With a blistering combination of Whipsmart dialogue and iconic character actors Lorre and Greenstreet, not
MUPPET MOVIE SINGALONG had a sparkling career away from the shadow of Astaire – from small roles
ELECTION is a scathing parody of the political process told through a ruth- at Thursday’s 7:00pm show!!
punk and funk they demolished the walls of genre and challenged the racial to mention the sensational Bogie, make this one of the archetypal film noirs. in the Busby Berkeley musicals like 42ND STREET to easy-going drama like
lessly fought high school election between the perky Tracy Flick
stereotypes and political order of the music industry and the nation. Now, STAGE DOOR to her sparkling comedic roles in films like MONKEY BUSI-
(Witherspoon) and the popular Paul Metzler (Klein). The election is overseen
Double Feature! NESS where she holds her own against Cary Grant and Marilyn Monroe.
by wannabe-Machiavellian civics teacher Jim McAllister (Broderick) who over 25 years later, lead singer Angelo Moore and bassist Norwood Fisher
struggle to keep the band rolling out of pride, desperation and love for their
THE BIG SLEEP This brief series features all of those films as well as a quartet of her amaz-
has a deep-seated resentment of Tracy. Despite his better judgment, Jim at 5:00, 9:15
art. To overcome money woes, family strife, and the strain of being aging (1946) dir Howard Hawks w/Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely, ing work with Astaire. So come down to the Brattle and reassess the talents
decides to manipulate the election, first by convincing Paul to run against the
punk rockers on the road, Norwood and Angelo are challenged to re-invent Dorothy Malone [114 min] of one of the best dancers – and most charming actresses – that cinema has
unopposed Tracy, and then by more desperate means.
themselves in the face of dysfunction and ghosts from a painful past. EVERY- It’s not everyone who gets to play two iconic detectives… but then Bogie was- ever known.
The first 100 people to purchase tickets for this double feature will receive DAY SUNSHINE traces the Fishbone’s history, influence, and struggle as n’t just anyone! In THE BIG SLEEP, he plays Raymond Chandler’s Phillip Please see below for full line-up and schedule
guaranteed admission to our free preview screening of Alexander Payne’s individualistic, genre-blending artists up against an unforgiving music indus- Marlowe, who is hired by a sickly millionaire to hush up a scandal involving
newest film THE DESCENDANTS on Mon, Nov 7 at 8:00pm. try that threatens to pass them by. his wayward daughter and ends up embroiled in a convoluted murder case.
SERIES LINE-UPS AND DESCRIPTIONS SPECIAL EVENTS
(Visit brattlefilm.org for ticket prices and more info)
Tuesday, December 27
STEPHEN TOBOLOWSKY ERROL MORRIS ALT XMAS STAGE DOOR
Sunday, November 6
The Israeli Consulate & Boston LGBT Film Festival Present
at 3:30, 5:30
Saturday, November 12 & Sunday, November 13 Sunday, November 27 Friday, December 16 & Saturday, Dec 17 (1937) dir Gregory LaCava w/Ginger Rogers, Katharine Hepburn, Adolphe ASSI AZAR IN PERSON
Menjou, Lucille Ball [92 min] at 2:00pm
GROUNDHOG DAY THE THIN BLUE LINE RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE This charming film follows the intertwining lives of the aspiring actresses who (2010) dir Assi Azar [48 min]
Sat at 10:30pm; Sun at 2:00pm at 5:00, 7:15, 9:30 at 10:00pm live at the Footlights Club rooming house. Hepburn plays newcomer Terry, Assi Azar is famous for hosting Israel’s version of Big Brother but more
(1993) dir Harold Ramis w/Bill Murray, Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott, Stephen (1988) dir Errol Morris [103 min] (2010) dir Jalmari Helander w/Onni Tommila, Rauno
whose haughty attitude grates on veteran dancer Jean (Rogers). As Terry importantly he is known for his activism in the gay community. In 2005,
Tobolowsky [101 min] Morris’ most influential documentary, THE THIN BLUE LINE recounts the case Juvonen [84 min]
struggles to fit in, Jean draws the eye of a philandering producer (Menjou) Azar publicly came out and, since then, has been an advocate for gay rights
Harold Ramis’ popular cult film tells the tale of pompous weatherman Phil of Randall Dale Adams, a man on death row in Texas convicted of a mur- It's just before Christmas in northern Finland, and
whose new play has a plum part that the actresses are all angling for. in Israel, specifically on the subject of coming out. In 2009, Out Magazine
(Murray) who becomes trapped in Groundhog Day… literally; he keeps liv- der he insists he did not commit. Interweaving interviews with key figures in an 'archeological' dig has unearthed the real
Effortlessly mixing comedy and drama, Rogers shines as the jaded Jean. named him one of the 100 most influential gay people in the world.
ing the same day over and over again. It’s a new sort of hell for Phil who the case with dramatic recreations, Morris creates a compelling investiga- Santa Claus. Unfortunately, this particular version
has disdain for just about everything… but especially Groundhog Day. tive film that, ultimately, contributed to Adams’ release from jail. of Santa isn't the one you want coming to town.
Eventually Phil reaches a kind of acceptance of his fate and starts to use the When local children begin mysteriously disap- Wednesday, December 28 Monday, November 7
Monday, November 28 Preview CineCache Presents
repetition to his advantage. Despite the presence of both Murray and Chris pearing, young Pietari and his father Rauno, a
Elliott (as a smarmy cameraman), Stephen Tobolowsky manages to practi- reindeer hunter by trade, capture the mythological 42ND STREET THE DESCENDANTS
cally steal the film in just under 5 minutes of screen time as the annoying THE FOG OF WAR being and attempt to sell Santa to the misguided at 3:30, 7:30 Screening! at 8:00pm; doors at 7:00pm
(1933) dir Lloyd Bacon w/Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent, Ruby
insurance salesman Ned Ryerson (“Needlenose Ned?! Ned The Head?!”). at 7:30pm leader of the multinational corporation sponsoring (2011) dir Alexander Payne w/George Clooney, Judy Greer, Matthew Lillard,
Double Feature! Keeler, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell [89 min]
(2003) dir Errol Morris w/Robert McNamara [107 min] the dig. Santa's elves, however, will stop at nothing to free their fearless Shailene Woodley, Beau Bridges, Robert Forster [115 min]
Morris focuses his famed “Interratron” on Robert McNamara, the former A quintessential musical, and one of Busby Berekeley’s most noted achieve-
leader from captivity. What ensues is a fantastically bizarre, wildly humor- ments, 42ND STREET is the now classic tale of the production of a The newest film from Alexander Payne, THE DESCENDANTS is a sometimes
head of Ford Motors and Secretary of Defense during the Vietnam War. Built ous nightmare. RARE EXPORTS: A CHRISTMAS TALE is a darkly comic gem humorous, sometimes tragic journey for Matt King (Clooney) an indifferent
upon 20 hours of interview footage, THE FOG OF WAR offers remarkable Broadway show and all the follies and setbacks that come with the tradition-
that re-imagines one of the most classic of all childhood fantasies. al trifecta of issues: love, money, and fame. husband and father of two girls, who is forced to re-examine his past and
insight into one man, as well as our nation, its past, and, perhaps, its future. embrace his future when his wife falls into a coma after a boating accident.
Sunday, December 18
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933 This is a free, first-come-first-sat screening. Seats will be reserved for mem-
at 5:00, 9:30 CHRISTMAS VACATION at 5:30, 9:30
(1933) dir Mervyn LeRoy w/Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers [96 min]
bers of the CineCache program. The first 100 people to purchase tickets for
our Alexander Payne double feature on Sun, Nov 6 will receive guaranteed
(2008) dir Errol Morris [116 min] at 10:00pm
(1989) dir Jeremiah S. Chechik w/Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Juliette Lewis, A Broadway producer in search of a show hooks up with a gifted songwriter admission to this screening.
Few of us will ever forget seeing the infamous and disturbing photographs
Johnny Galecki, Diane Ladd [97 min] who also happens to have the necessary bankroll – trouble is, he won’t tell
taken of degraded prisoners by U.S. soldiers at the Abu Ghraib prison in
Iraq. Errol Morris delves into the real provenance of these photos – looking
Pity the Griswolds. This hapless family simply cannot catch a break… After where he got it. Meanwhile, four actresses looking for love and fame cross Wednesday, November 9
disastrous attempts to go on ‘vacation’ as documented in two previous films, paths with the songwriter – and his meddlesome family. Features the daz-
beyond who took them to the influences, both direct and indirect, that lead
to the environment in which such actions were acceptable.
Clark Griswold (Chase) tries to boost the family cheer by producing an zling choreography of Busby Berkeley. THEY LIVE
amazing holiday celebration at home, but not even home is safe for the at 8:00pm
Griswolds… even 25,000 Christmas tree lights can’t illuminate their way out (1988) dir John Carpenter w/Roddy Piper, Keith David, Meg Foster [93 min]
Tuesday, November 29 of the bourgeois hell they live in. Thursday, December 29 John Carpenter’s legendary paranoid sci-fi film depicts an Earth that has
been unknowingly overrun by aliens. They’ve seized control without us real-
Saturday, November 12 MR. DEATH: THE RISE AND FALL OF MONKEY BUSINESS izing by disguising themselves and broadcasting subliminal messages to
FRED A. LEUCHTER, JR. Monday, December 19 at 3:30, 7:30
keep us compliant. But, when an unlikely hero (Piper) gets his hands on a
SNEAKERS at 10:00pm KISS KISS BANG BANG (1952) dir Howard Hawks w/Ginger Rogers, Cary Grant, Charles Coburn, Marilyn
Monroe [97 min] special pair of sunglasses that allow him to see the invaders as they really
at 4:30pm (1999) dir Errol Morris [91 min] at 10:00pm An experimental formula (mistakenly created by a lab chimp) gets loose in are, the time has finally come to kick some alien ass.
(1992) dir Phil Alden Robinson w/Robert Redford, Sidney Poitier, David Strathairn, In this fascinating and strange portrait, we meet Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., a self- (2005) dir Shane Black w/Robert Downey Jr., Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan,
Dan Aykroyd, River Phoenix, Mary McDonnell, Ben Kingsley, Stephen Tobolowsky educated expert on execution technology who, despite having no formal the water cooler of a chemical company causing Cary Grant’s Dr. Barnaby
training, has consulted with prisons across the country about execution meth-
Corbin Bernsen [103 min]
Fulton, and everyone else, to act like immature bobbysoxers. Ginger Rogers Thursday, November 10
Shane Black, the writer of Lethal Weapon, has created a refreshingly irrev-
This thoroughly enjoyable caper film features an all-star cast as a group of plays Mrs. Fulton who falls under the influence of the drug and rings up an Boston Asian American Film Festival Opening Night!
ods, including the electric chair. Unfortunately for Leuchter, he is also, appar- erent neo-noir with just the right amount of respect for its source material. In
security experts pressured by the CIA into retrieving a stolen piece of tech- old flame while her husband goes on a fling with his boss’s new secretary
ently, extremely naïve and finds himself defending Holocaust denial claims this murder mystery infused with the caustic wit and noir sensibilities of Director & Cast Members In Person!
nology. But, as usual, things are not as they seem and the group quickly gets (Monroe). A brilliantly anarchic screwball comedy from director Howard
in over its collective head. One of the few films to really get it right when it
– whether intentionally or unintentionally is left up to us to decide. Raymond Chandler, Downey Jr. plays a thief masquerading as an actor and
Kilmer plays a private eye in the Phillip Marlowe mold… with one important
Hawks and the unbeatably comedy screenwriting trio of Ben Hecht, Charles ALMOST PERFECT
comes to hacking and other clandestine techie tricks, SNEAKERS features a at 8:00pm
Lederer, and I.A.L. Diamond.
relentlessly charming cast and a hilarious appearance by Stephen Wednesday, November 30 difference. KISS KISS BANG BANG is a film that’s smart enough to know Double Feature! (2011) dir Bertha Bay-Sa Pan w/Kelly Hu, Roger Rees, Kristy Wu, Christina Chang,
where it has come from and where it is now. Edison Chen, Tina Chen, Ivan Shaw [106 min]
Tobolowsky in a pivotal role. TABLOID THE MAJOR AND THE MINOR At 34, Vanessa (Hu) is still the go-to girl for her large and boisterous family
at 8:00, 10:00
Sunday, November 13 (2010) dir Errol Morris w/Joyce McKinney [87 min] Tuesday, December 20 at 5:30, 9:30
(1942) dir Billy Wilder w/Ginger Rogers, Ray Milland [100 min]
with a threadbare excuse of a life of her own. Suddenly, she runs into an
old friend (Shaw) who just might be perfect for her. But, as those sparks fly,
Thirty years before the antics of Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton were regu-
lar gossip fodder, former Miss Wyoming Joyce McKinney made her mark
CITY OF LOST CHILDREN The English language debut of legendary comedy director Billy Wilder, THE her family starts to go up in flames. Visit baaff.org for more info!
at 10:00 MAJOR AND THE MINOR features Ginger Rogers as a young woman who
TRUE STORIES as a tabloid staple. Documentarian Errol Morris follows the salacious adven- (1995) dir Marc Caro, Jean-Pierre Jeunet w/Ron Perlman, Daniel Emilfork, Judith disguises herself as 12-year-old girl in order to skip out on a train fare and Monday, November 14
at 5:00pm tures of this beauty queen with an IQ of 168, whose labyrinthine crusade Vittet, Dominique Pinon, Jean-Claude Dreyfus [112 min] ends up being ‘adopted’ by hunky army man Ray Milland.
(1986) dir David Byrne w/David Byrne, John Goodman, Spalding Gray, Swoosie
Kurtz, Pops Staples; co-written by Stephen Tobolowsky [90 min]
for love takes her through a surreal world of kidnapping, manacled This magical film features Ron Perlman (Hellboy) as a carnival strongman
who befriends a streetsmart orphan girl while searching for his missing little
NEW ENGLAND FOLK MUSIC ARCHIVES
Mormons, risqué photography, magic underwear, and celestial sex.
Following the success of Stop Making Sense, David Byrne was given carte-
brother. Together the unlikely duo uncovers a mad scientist’s bizarre plot to Friday, December 30 BENEFIT CONCERT
blanche by Warner Brothers to make a film himself. Byrne turned to new at 7:30pm | Tickets available now at brattlefilm.org
friends playwright Beth Henley and her boyfriend Stephen Tobolowsky and Thursday, December 1 kidnap children and steal their dreams, making them his own and halting
THE GAY DIVORCEE
his premature aging. Absolutely gorgeous, surreal, and masterfully directed,
together the trio created a film based on ‘true stories’ from tabloid newspa- GATES OF HEAVEN CITY OF LOST CHILDREN is a delight on the big screen!
at 7:00 Tuesday, November 15
(1934) dir Mark Sandrich w/Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire [107 min]
pers. Set against the celebration of the 150th birthday of the state of Texas, at 7:00pm Balagan Presents
TRUE STORIES features Byrne as our narrator and tour guide through a (1978) dir Errol Morris [85 min] The first full-length collaboration between Astaire and Rogers has Rogers
series of quirky vignettes. The film that made Werner Herzog eat his shoe (he bet that he would if it playing Mimi, a woman seeking a divorce with the help of her much-mar- THE OBSERVERS
ried aunt and a cockamamie plan. Astaire plays an American dancer who at 7:30pm
was ever finished), GATES OF HEAVEN is the story of two California pet
cemeteries transformed into an eccentric portrait of the American dream. GINGER ROGERS crosses paths with Mimi and immediately falls for her. When the pair meet
again, sparks fly and the plan is tossed out the window as the duo dance
(2011) dir Jackie Goss
The film follows the stories behind two pet cemeteries – one that fails (set up
by innocent Floyd McClure) and the other owned by the Harbert family, who Sunday, December 25 & Monday, December 26 the night away. Monday, November 21
apply the latest marketing concepts to the pet cemetery profession. CineCache presents
screens with TOP HAT SWING TIME Director In Person!
at 2:30, 7:00 at 4:45, 9:15
VERNON, FLORIDA (1935) dir Mark Sandrich w/Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire [101 min] (1936) dir George Stevens w/Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire [103 min] GREEN
(1981) dir Errol Morris [55 min] The patented Astaire and Rogers chemistry is on full view in this timeless at 8:00pm
Considered to be, along with TOP HAT, the pinnacle of the Astaire/Rogers
VERNON, FLORIDA is an odd-ball survey of the inhabitants of a remote romantic musical-comedy. Astaire plays a dancer (surprise) who is contract- (2011) dir Sophia Takal w/Katie Lyn Sheil, Sophia Takal [75 min]
partnership, SWING TIME does indeed feature some of the original dynam-
swamp-town in the Florida panhandle. Henry Shipes, Albert Bitterling, ed by producer Horace Hardwick (the terminally and hilariously flustered Winner of the 2011 Special Jury Prize at Independent Film Festival Boston
ic duo’s signature numbers. Astaire sings “The Way You Look Tonight,” the
Roscoe Collins and others discuss turkey-hunting, gator-grunting and the Edward Everett Horton) to put on a new show. Demonstrating his footwork two pair for “A Fine Romance,” and, of course, they prove themselves to be
meaning of life. one night he annoys his downstairs neighbor, who happens to be an attrac- masters of the dance with “Pick Yourself Up,” in which Astaire goes from pre- Tuesday, November 29
“VERNON, FLORIDA isn't sociology at all, it's philosophical slapstick, a film tive young woman. Sparks fly and mistaken identities ensue as the plot thick- tending to not know how to dance to a furiously tap-dancing virtuoso. Balagan Presents
ens and the dancing intensifies. The marvelous Irving Berlin score features
as odd and mysterious as its subjects, and quite unforgettable." – David
Ansen, Newsweek the classic “Cheek To Cheek” and Astaire’s signature number “Top Hat, BRUCE BAILLIE & CANYON FILMS
Double Feature! at 7:30pm
White Tie and Tails.”
(2011) dir Jackie Goss
MEMENTO Double Feature!
at 10:30pm FAST, CHEAP & OUT OF CONTROL SHALL WE DANCE
(2000) dir Christopher Nolan w/Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano, at 5:15, 9:45 Sunday, December 4
Stephen Tobolowsky [113 min] (1997) dir Errol Morris [80 min] at 4:45, 9:15
FAST, CHEAP & OUT OF CONTROL interweaves the stories of four obses- (1937) dir Mark Sandrich w/Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire [109 min] Special Live Theater Event!
In Christopher Nolan’s breakthrough cult hit, Leonard (Pearce), a man who
can’t make new memories, is on a mission to find one “John G” whom he sive men, each driven to create eccentric worlds of their dreams, all involv- Director Sandrich was a physicist before he got into the movies, and his sci- THREEPENNY OPERA
ing animals: lion-tamer Dave Hoover, topiary gardener George Mendonça, entific leanings helped in dealing with the perfectionist Astaire. In order to Doors at 7:00pm; Show at 8:00pm
believes had a role in the rape and murder of his wife – and the onset of
hairless mole rat expert Ray Mendez, and Rodney Brooks, an M.I.T. scien- create order on the set, Sandrich would draw up blueprints for each of the This adaptation of the 20th century classic from Baltimore’s Annex Theater
his amnesia. The film plays mind-bending tricks with narrative, time, and
tist who has designed complex, bug-like autonomous robots. Hilarious, sad, musical numbers so he had a precise idea of where everything was sup- is unlike any other THREEPENNY OPERA you may have seen. Directed by
memory as it portrays two strands of the same story that simultaneously run
absurd, eerie and beautiful, FAST, CHEAP & OUT OF CONTROL is a film posed to go. This technique must have come in particularly handy in SHALL Evan Moritz with musical direction by Walker Teret (Celebration, Cass
backwards and forwards in time. At the heart of the film is a sort of para-
like no other. Starting as a darkly funny contemplation of the Sisyphus-like WE DANCE which includes a tour-de-force dance performance by Fred and McCombs), this production shows that even in the omnipresent technologi-
ble about another man also suffering from amnesia, Sammy Jankins
nature of human striving, it ultimately becomes a profoundly moving medi- Ginger on roller skates in an ice rink! Another mistaken-identity/love-at-first- cal bureaucracies of our era Mac the Knife still has the charm. Tickets are
(Tobolowsky), whose condition lead to the death of his wife.
tation on the very nature of existence. sight story is highlighted by the only George and Ira Gershwin score writ- $20 general admission; $17 students, seniors, Brattle members.
ten for Astaire and Rogers. Impeccable from start to finish.
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