MOVIE TALK CALENDAR JULY/AUGUST 2009

Luke, a documentary about Paul Newman and Cool Hand Luke, screens at the top of every hour in the Lecture Room at the Walker Art Center.

Thursday, July 9

Patrick's Cabaret's Music and Movies in the Park(ing) Lot concludes with a screening of the documentary Burning Man: Beyond Black Rock. The program includes music by the band 'Danger Board', a performance by the Minneapolis Fire Collective, a short film on the May Day parade by Mike Rivard and special guests; Medicine Lake Art Shanty's David Pitman & Burning Man vets- Brant Kingman & Mary P. Show begins at dusk.

The movie portion of the Bicycle Film Festival lifts its kickstand with Program 1, which features a screening of The Triplets of Belleville at 7:00pm at the Riverview Theater.

Program 2 of the Bicycle Film Festival is series of shorts, Parasol and Something Right to Be Seen in this World, followed by the feature Where Are You Go at 9:00pm at the Riverview Theater.

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers star in The Gay Divorcee at 7:30p.m. at the Heights Theater.

Friday, July 10

Program 3 of the Bicycle Film Festival features I Love My Bicycle and The Story of FBM Bikes at 7:00pm at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Program 4 of the Bicycle Film Festival shows Down by the Weep Hole and The Story of the Stupor Bowl at 9:00pm at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Alliance Francais Cine-Club will be showing Jean-Luc Godard's Le Mepris at 7:00pm at the AFP center downtown.

Saturday, July 11

Program 5 of the Bicycle Film Festival is The Third Wheel at the Cedar Cultural Center at 3:00pm.

Program 6 of the Bicycle Film Festival is Keirin Queen at 5:00pm at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Program 7 of the Bicycle Film Festival is a series of Bike Shorts at 7:00pm at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Program 8 of the Bicycle Film Festival is Urban Bike Shorts at 9:00pm at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Don't Think About White Monkeys (Ne Dumay Pro Belkyh Obezian) shows at 7:15pm at the Oak Street Cinema.

Sunday, July 12

The Deep Blues Music and Film Festival concludes with Hill Country Troubador at 7:00pm and Songs Inside the Box at 9:00pm. Both films will be shown at the Cedar Cultural Center.

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the 1979 Bollywood classic Surakksha, opening with an 80s Bollywood dance party at 8:00pm.

Wednesday, July 15

IFP Minnesota presents Cinema Lounge at 7:00pm at the Bryant Lake Bowl.

Friday, July 17

The Trylon microcinema has its grand opening with Buster Keaton's Sherlock Jr., preceded by the Keaton short The Electric House. All Keaton movies at the Trylon will be accompanied live by Dreamland Faces. Shows are at 7:00 and 9:00 pm.

Saturday, July 18

Sherlock Jr. and The Electric House show at the Trylon microcinema at 7:00pm and 9:00pm

The Anime film The Wallflower will be showing at 2:00pm at the Central Library in downtown Minneapolis in the Pohlad Hall, sponsored by the Anime Twin Cities.

Sunday, July 19

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the 2003 documentary The Corporation, opening with a game and a discussion about capitalism at 8:00pm.

Monday, July 20

The Walker Art Center's Summer Movies and Music in the Park begins with a screening of Paul Newman's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof in Loring Park. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:45pm). In the event of rain, the movie moves indoors to the Walker Cinema.

Thursday, July 23

Local filmmakers Paul von Stoetzel and Brian Walstad present Dinner Date and other local horror films, plus a meat raffle, at 10:00pm at the Bryant Lake Bowl. Please visit Killing Joke Films for more information.

Friday, July 24

Buster Keaton's The Navigator shows at 7:00pm and 9:00pm at the Trylon microcinema, preceded by the Keaton short, The Balloonatic. Accompanied live by Dreamland Faces.

Saturday, July 25

The Navigator and The Balloonatic show at the Trylon microcinema at 7:00 and 9:00pm.

Sunday, July 26

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the 2001 documentary Southern Comfort, opening with a discussion of Queer issues and starting up a Bash Back! chapter in the Twin Cities at 8:00pm.

Monday, July 27

The Walker Art Center's Summer Movies and Music in the Park continues with a screening of Paul Newman's Hud in Loring Park. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:45pm). In the event of rain, the movie moves indoors to the Walker Cinema.

Thursday, July 30

Marion Davies stars in The Patsy at 7:30 pm at the Heights Theater.

Friday, July 31

Buster Keaton's Seven Chances shows at 7:00pm and 9:00pm at the Trylon microcinema, preceded by the Keaton short, The Goat. All shows accompanied live by Dreamland Faces.

Saturday, August 1

Seven Chances, preceded by The Goat show at 7:00 and 9:00pm at the Trylon microcinema.

Sunday, August 2

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the documentary Rise Up, opening with a discussion of around radical organizing in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the similarities between the repression faced there and in the Twin Cities at 8:00pm.

Monday, August 3

The Walker Art Center's Summer Movies and Music in the Park continues with a screening of Paul Newman's Cool Hand Luke in Loring Park. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:45pm). In the event of rain, the movie moves indoors to the Walker Cinema.

Thursday, August 6

James Stewart and Ginger Rogers star in The Vivacious Lady showing at the Heights Theater at 7:30 pm.

Sunday, August 9

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the 1976 Fassbinder film Fox and his Friends, opening with a roundtable discussion of class & activism at 8:00pm.

Monday, August 10

The Walker Art Center's Summer Movies and Music in the Park concludes with a screening of Paul Newman's The Hustler in Loring Park. The movie begins at dusk (around 8:45pm). In the event of rain, the movie moves indoors to the Walker Cinema.

Saturday, August 15

The Square Lake Music & Film Festival kicks off at 10:00am from the Hub Bike Coop and Sibley Bike Depot. Local short films and local bands will be featured, along with a screening of Lotte Reiniger's Adventures of Prince Achmed, accompanied live by local musicians International Novelty Gamelan.

Monday, August 17

Take-Up Productions and the Heights Theater present the original The Day the Earth Stood Still at 7:30pm.

Sunday, August 23

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the documentary Helvetica, opening with a screenprinting workshop at 8:00pm.

Saturday, August 29

The Anime film Mushi-Shi will be showing at 2:00pm at the Central Library in downtown Minneapolis in the Pohlad Hall, sponsored by the Anime Twin Cities.

Sunday, August 30

Arise Bookstore's 2009 Summer Series continues with a dusk screening of the 2009 film Welcome, opening with performances by rappers Fresh Squeeze & Palabristas, a Latino spoken word and poetry group + a discussion of local immigrant struggles work with local immigrant rights activists at 8:00pm.

Please contact Peter Schilling (peter@mudvillemagazine.com) with any corrections or updates.