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Sept. 13–Oct. 3.
This week: AGAVE: THE SPIRIT OF A NATION, feat. Q&A and tequila tasting on Sept. 21; ARABY (2017); RUST (2018); CIELO; WHO ARE YOU? (2017); U.S. premiere of EUGENIA (2017), feat. Q&A on Sept. 22; TIME SHARE (2018), feat. Q&A and reception on Sept. 22; DRY MARTINA; ALMOST 40; U.S. premiere of BLACK HOLE (2018); U.S. premiere of WIÑAYPACHA, with reception; HEIRESS OF THE WIND; SEÑORITA MARÍA, LA FALDA DE LA MONTAÑA; and VIOLETA AT LAST.
Q&A with co-director Nick Kovacic and co-cinematographer Nate Pesce, plus post-screening mezcal/tequila tasting co-presented by Mezcalistas on Sept. 21
This documentary explores the history of distilling agave in Mexico, and how the spirit has evolved.
Sept. 21, 7:15 p.m.; Sept. 25, 5:30 p.m.
A new documentary on the life and musical legacy of uncompromising rock legend Joan Jett, from her days in The Runaways to starting her own record label and achieving world fame.
One night only, Sept. 26, 8:00 p.m.
Sept. 23, 2018.
A worldwide celebration of the legacy of independent theaters as advocates for the cinema arts.
Presenting animated comedy/adventure THE BIG BAD FOX AND OTHER TALES... (12:30 p.m.) and pulse-pounding kidnapping thriller THE GUILTY (5:00 p.m.).
U.S. Premiere
Q&A with with director Martín Boulocq and actress/producer Andrea Camponovo on Sept. 22.
Having separated from her husband, a woman moves back in with her father's family and takes a very interesting path to empowerment.
Sept. 22, 3:05 p.m.; Sept. 25, 9:20 p.m.
Former lovers reunite when one books the other a small concert tour in this sophisticated road movie with striking similarities to Richard Linklater's BEFORE trilogy.
Sept. 22, 5:30 p.m.; Sept. 23, 5:00 p.m.
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Oct. 12–25.
Select screenings introduced by TCM host and Film Noir Foundation founder Eddie Muller, and Film Noir Foundation charter director and treasurer Alan K. Rode
New this year: the Noir City Pass, for admission to every program in the series!
All screenings are double features. Opening the series: THE BLUE DAHLIA with NIGHT EDITOR (1946), and SHADOW OF A DOUBT (1943) with ADDRESS UNKNOWN (1944).
Oct. 26–31.
Opening the series: two FREE SCREENINGS of monster-movie classic FRANKENSTEIN (1931), starring Boris Karloff, with live musical accompaniment by the U.S. Navy Band.
Oct. 29–Nov. 21.
Showcasing an eclectic selection of films by and about women.
Opening the series: Barbara Loden's 1970 drama WANDA and Cheryl Dunye's 1996 LGBT rom-com THE WATERMELON WOMAN.
Oct. 4–7.
See every film and save with the Spooky Movie All-Fest Pass!
Opening the series: PHANTASM: REMASTERED, featuring Q&A and book signing with filmmaker Don Coscarelli, Oct. 4, 7:15 p.m.