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
(1998, 35mm, 122m) dir John Frankenheimer w/Robert De Niro, Sean Bean, Jean Reno. This late Frankenheimer gem puts U.S. intelligence agent Sam (De Niro) in the crosshairs of both the Russians and the Irish as the double-crosses pile atop one another. A return to form for the director, this gritty espionage actioner boasts one of cinema’s most stunning car chases. FRI/SAT 7:00 SUN 3:00
(1973, DCP, 106m) dir Jack Hazan w/David Hockney, Peter Schlesinger, Celia Birtwell. After his lover leaves him, British artist David Hockney is unable to paint. He sinks into depression, only to find new inspiration in his swimming pool. Once dismissed for its gay content and its blurring of fact and fiction, A Bigger Splash is ready for reevaluation. FRI 7:00 SAT 7:00 9:15 SUN 3:00 5:15
What could be better than staying up all night at the Trylon watching movies about staying up all night? Join us for five feature films in genres including comedy and adventure, exploitation and romance. Titles will be revealed when the movies start. Screenings begin at 9 p.m. and run until dawn. Rare 35mm prints, the company of other nocturnal weirdos, and plentiful amounts of popcorn await! FRI 9:00 $40 Tickets go on sale October 13 at 4pm.
Trylon Roadshow at the Heights Theater (1961, 35mm, 77m) dir Allen Barron w/Allen Barron, Larry Tucker. This smoke-stained Christmas card about a depressed hit man prowling New York is as bleak as they come. Frankie Bono is in from Cleveland to deliver a hit, and spends his time brooding over past traumas while stalking his prey, and ends up at Christmas gathering that upends his determination. Torn between finally living a life of meagre emotional connection and his commitment to…
(1939, 35mm, 110m, French with English subtitles) dir Jean Renoir w/Nora Gregor, Marcel Dalio, Mila Parély. A scathing critique of bourgeois manners, The Rules of the Game was the costliest French film made up to that time. A critical and box office disaster when first released, it is now considered one of the finest films ever made. It’s also ideal for putting New Year’s parties into context. TUE 7:00 WED 2:00 4:30
(1997, 35mm, 89m) dir Harmony Korine w/Nick Sutton, Jacob Reynolds, Chloë Sevigny. Witness the doing-nothing routines of bored youths in tornado-stricken Xenia, Ohio. Shot in various formats and riddled with venomous acts, Gummo is not for the faint of heart. FRI/SAT 7:00 9:00 SUN 3:00 5:00
(1951, DCP, 79m) dir Robert Parrish w/Dick Powell, Rhonda Fleming, Richard Erdman. Five years into Rocky’s (Powell) jail term, a man turns up to provide an alibi. But the man is lying, hoping to score a share of the money Rocky didn't steal in the first place. Now he has to find the real culprit before it's too late. FRI/SAT 7:00 8:45 SUN 3:00 4:45
Past Films in this Series
Five films, five musicians, one night, one theater. The Trylon Cinema and Syncopated Silents present the first BUSTER KEATON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, five short films with five individual musicians accompanying each. From piano to guitar to 23 string banjo, this is going to be a night of incredible music played before some of the craziest Keaton shorts imaginable. Once called "the high and lonesome cosmic hobo", Paul Metzger opens our show accompanying "The Frozen North"on his 23 string modified banjo harp.…See More
This little movie sanctuary has thrived because of the dedication of our volunteers and the loyalty of our wonderful audiences. From our beginnings—building the Trylon Cinema from the ground up in an empty Longfellow neighborhood warehouse—to our major 2017 expansion and renovation, we’ve continued to grow. We’re springing into the future with—what else?—a full day of movies. We will screen five films, all on rare 35mm prints or new restorations. Tickets are $10 per film, $40 for the full ten…See More
(1977, 35mm, 88m, Japanese w/English subtitles) dir Nobuhiko Ôbayashi w/Kimiko Ikegami, Miki Jinbo, Kumiko Ohba. This cult masterpiece, comprised of bizarre set pieces, subtle humor, and surreal deaths, still feels fresh today, 42 years after it was released. Come join us for this Trylon Halloween tradition—for the first or the 21st time. 7:00 9:00See More
(1973, 35mm, 102m) dir Robert Clouse w/Bruce Lee, Jim Kelly, John Saxon, Kien Shih. When a drug kingpin (Shih) hosts a martial arts tournament, Lee (Lee) is sent in undercover to investigate. Enter the Dragon made Bruce Lee an international star, inspired countless films and video games, and still stands as one of the great martial arts films. Don’t miss the rare chance to see this classic in 35mm. These screenings are presented in partnership with the Cult Film Collective. …See More