AT THE TRYLON
The Trylon presents special screenings and events as well as films that don’t quite have a home in larger series.
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Upcoming Films in this Series
SOLD OUT (35mm/16mm/DCP, All. Damn. Night.) For the past three years, the Trylon has gone all night long with the Cult Film Collective to bring you programs of rare horror-film prints and new restorations. We’re coming to get you again, in 16mm and 35mm! Those who stay to the bitter end will receive a limited-edition button and screenprinted poster designed by the freaks behind Tape Freaks. Promotional support is provided by Trash Film Debauchery. 7:00, $50.
Past Films in this Series
(1966, 35mm, 120m, Japanese w/English subtitles) dir Kihachi Okamoto w/Tatsuya Nakadai, Michiyo Aratama, Yûzô Kayama. Ryunosuke (Nakadai) is a brutal assassin samurai. When his past comes to haunt him, the bodies and his own madness pile up. Okamoto’s masterful film is a hallmark of the genre. These screenings are presented in partnership with the Cult Film Collective. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:30 SUN 3:00 5:30 7:45 MON/TUE 7:00See More
A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of Fargo by Todd Melby (and Trylon volunteer!) presents the untold stories behind the making of Joel and Ethan Coen’s most memorable film. It explores the behind-the-scenes creative moments that made Fargo a critical and cultural success, including casting struggles, the battles over dialect, production challenges (a lack of snow), and insights from the screenplay and deleted scenes. Melby examines to what extent the story…See More
(1996, DCP, 98m) w/Frances McDormand, William H. Macy, Steve Buscemi. An outrageous story of a kidnapping gone wrong, an intensely violent look at loneliness and greed, and a hilarious sendup of Minnesota nice. McDormand won an Oscar as Marge Gunderson, the very pregnant Brainerd policewoman whose persistence and wisdom win the day. The brand new book, A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of Fargo by author (and Trylon volunteer!) Todd Melby…See More
(1988, DCP, 120m, Hungarian w/English subtitles) dir Béla Tarr w/Miklós Székely B., Vali Kerekes. Bela Tarr’s first triumph follows Karrer (Szekely), as he broods and attempts to win over the lounge singer (Kerekes) at the Titanik Bar. Impeccable, bleak, and deliberate, Damnation is pure cinema. To learn more, visit the Walker Dialogue with Bela Tarr and Howard Feinstein presented in 2007. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:30 SUN 3:00 5:30 7:45 MON/TUE 7:00See More