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Upcoming Films in this Series
(2021, DCP) Special Menu Productions Presents People Will Theater Again: A Short Film Showcase. Films include: - Bathroom Break - Blueberry - Good Enough - Mani Come Ragni (Hands Like Spiders) - Mickey Hardaway - White Tears Tickets are $16, and benefit Texas Equal Access Fund, Planned Parenthood, and Yellowhammer Fund. Trylon discount cards are not accepted at this screening.
(2020, DCP, 127m) dir Ming-liang Tsai w/Kang-sheng Lee, Anong Houngheuangsy. For his first feature film in seven years, Tsai Ming-liang continues his collaboration with Lee Kang-sheng, the actor who had starred in every one of his ten previous films, including Stray Dogs (2013), which Tsai had initially declared his final feature. Instead of repeating that film’s devastating finality, Days plays largely like a leisurely documentary, with Lee’s character, Hsiao Kang, getting treatment for the chronic neck pain that had initially plagued both the actor…
(1998, DCP, 111m) dir Sang-soo Hong w/Jong-hak Baek, Yun-hong Oh, Yu-seok Kim. The Power of Kangwon Province (1998) is Hong Sang-soo’s second feature in a twenty-five-year and twenty-three-film career. There are many similarities across these films, including tourist travel, directionless dialogue, binge drinking, bad sex, and dry humor. The content of the plot is always less significant than the elliptical narrative structure through which it is told. The center of Hong’s practice is repetition. In his better works, including Kangwon, repetition…
Past Films in this Series
(2010, HD, 114m) dir Apichatpong Weerasethakul w/Thanapat Saisaymar, Jenjira Pongpas, Sakda Kaewbuadee. Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives (2010) follows the life of Boonmee, who is near the final stages of kidney failure. Boonmee returns to his hometown in the Northeast of Thailand for his recovery but has to encounter his past and what he’s convinced of as the reasons for his illness instead. On the one hand, the film’s ambiguous treatment of memories is intertwined with the…See More