A-LIST ONLY: AT THE NEW TRYLON!
January at the Trylon
Through the years, the Trylon has had many sold-out screenings—due to our (formerly) small auditorium. This winter, we celebrate the theater’s recent renovation and expansion (to nearly 100 seats) by bringing back some favorite films that sold out every single show in their initial runs. Though the Trylon is not so micro anymore, you’ll likely still want to get tickets in advance.
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Upcoming Films in this Series
(1963, DCP, 113m) dir Stanley Donen w/Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau. The chemistry between Donen’s Peter and Regina (Grant and Hepburn) is a delicious pleasure. When Regina finds herself a wealthy widow on the run, the intrigue and comedy keep building. This romantic-comedy thriller is filled with running jokes, eccentric characters, wonderful performances, and big hats. SUN 3:00 MON/TUES 7:00 9:15
(1950, DCP, 138m) dir Joseph L. Mankiewicz w/Bette Davis, Anne Baxter, George Sanders. Davis stars in her most celebrated role as Margo Channing, a whip-smart Broadway star about to meet her undoing by an idolatrous ingénue. Eve is a brilliantly scathing portrait of stardom and celebrity. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:45 SUN 6:00 8:30
(1946, 35mm, 114m) dir Howard Hawks w/Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely. This romantic murder mystery, based on the Raymond Chandler novel, is the second of the great Bogart and Bacall pictures. Hidden motives, smoky nightclubs, and double entendres fly when private investigator Philip Marlowe wades into a situation in which nothing is what it seems. William Faulkner co-wrote the screenplay. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:15 SUN 5:00 7:15
(1985, DCP, 94m) dir Jonathan Lynn w/Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Eileen Brennan. Six guests at a country estate, a butler, a maid, and a murder all combine in this fan favorite. Was it Colonel Mustard (Martin Mull) in the kitchen or Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd) in the library with the candlestick? SUN 3:00 MON/TUES 7:00 9:00
(1962, DCP, 226m) dir David Lean w/Peter O’Toole, Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness. Lean’s pièce de résistance is a wonder. The massive production, shot in Jordan, Morocco, Spain, and England, took two years and yielded an indelible portrait of the complex, charismatic T. E. Lawrence. FRI/SAT 7:00 SUN 6:30
(1960, DCP, 174m, Italian with English subtitles) dir Federico Fellini w/Marcello Mastroianni, Anita Ekberg, Anouk Aimée. Fellini traces a week in the life of Marcello (Mastroianni), a dissatisfied paparazzo journalist in Rome who aspires to be a serious writer. La Dolce Vita is a masterwork about fame and the corruption of the human spirit. SUN 3:00 MON/TUES 7:00
(1964, 35mm, 95m) dir Stanley Kubrick w/Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, Sterling Hayden. A psychotic general (Hayden) seizes the U.S. nuclear codes and sends a squadron of B-52s to bomb Russia—as a war room full of frantic politicians and military men try to prevent catastrophe. An undisputed black-humor film classic. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:00 SUN 6:30 8:30
(1975, 35mm, 184m) dir Stanley Kubrick w/Ryan O’Neal, Marisa Berenson, Patrick Magee. Persevering through duels, wars, and trysts, Barry (O’Neal) weds a rich widow, Lady Lyndon (Berenson), and so becomes an aristocrat—leading to his downfall. Set in 18th-century England, Kubrick’s epic was shot entirely with natural lighting. SUN 3:00 MON/TUES 7:00