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ZOMBI CHILD

 

Directed by Bertrand Bonello (France 2019; 103 mins. in French and Haitian with English subtitles)

A daring new take on classic horror tropes - "a zombi drama that's not undead but bracingly alive" (Screen Daily) . Spanning time and place between present day girl politics in a Parisian high school and the living hell of sugarcane fields in 1960s Haiti, Bonello chillingly unravels the stories' mysterious zombie connection. With Zombi Child, Bonello (Nocturama, House of Tolerance) reminds audiences that films can still be utterly surprising, and a feast for the eyes and imagination.

THE GREY FOX

 

Directed by Phillip Borsos  (Canada 1985; 92 mins. in English)

A beautiful new 4k restoration of Phillip Borsos' Canadian Western starring Richard Farnsworth as a stagecoach robber who, after decades in prison, is inspired again to do what he does best: rob! Farnsworth, a Hollywood cowboy stuntman for 30 years, made his foray into acting later in life. His "breakout" role, in The Grey Fox at the tender age of 62, garnered him award attention and led to notable roles in The Natural (1984), Anne of Green Gables (1985), Misery (1990), and to his indelebile performance in David Lynch’sThe Straight Story. 

"One of the loveliest adventures of the year...director Phillip Borsos is able to make this a human story and still keep it exciting as an action picture." (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times) 

A LEE GRANT DOUBLE FEATURE!
AND A SPECIAL CONVERSATION
WITH LEE GRANT

 

WHAT SEX AM I?

As part of our ongoing tribute to the documentary work of Academy Award winner actor/director Lee Grant we are introducing a double bill which includes two of her most fascinating docs. First, Grant follows a group of transgender individuals struggling to make their way in What Sex Am I? (1985), an ever-relevant reflection on sexual politics in America. Next, Grant's intimate portrait of Kirk and Michael Douglas' Hollywood Dynasty in ... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2005) is at once a celebration, an indictment and a fabulous dinner party.    

 ... A Father... A Son...
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Directed by Lee Grant  (USA 2005; 95 mins. in English)

As part of our ongoing tribute to the documentary work of Academy Award winner actor/director Lee Grant we are introducing a double bill which includes two of her most fascinating docs. First, Grant follows a group of transgender individuals struggling to make their way in What Sex Am I? (1985), an ever-relevant reflection on sexual politics in America. Next, Grant's intimate portrait of Kirk and Michael Douglas' Hollywood Dynasty in ... A Father... A Son... Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2005) is at once a celebration, an indictment and a fabulous dinner party.

 

Lee Grant will join us in a conversation, moderated by Actor /Director/Curator Taylor A. Purdee, next Tuesday, June 2nd at 6pm on our Facebook page  

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