THE DAILY RUNDOWN is a quick look at just a few of the cool screenings and film events happening around the U.S. every day. It is not intended to be an exhaustive, comprehensive list, but a sampling of the terrific genre cinema available to check out at your local art house, megaplex, film society, and repertory theaters.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017 (All show times are local)
Cinefamily in Los Angeles is presenting a doozy of a double feature. First, at 9:00 pm, is a 15th anniversary screening of DONNIE DARKO with writer/director Richard Kelly on hand for a Q&A. This is the theatrical cut of the film. Then, at midnight, APRIL FOOL’S DAY will be screened from a 35mm print with director Fred Walton on hand. Tickets and info for APRIL FOOL’S DAY can be found here. Tickets and info for DONNIE DARKO can be found here.
If you missed getting to see ELLE in the theaters, Doc Films on the University of Chicago campus, is giving you a second chance. It is screening at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm. Tickets are $5 at the door. Info can be found here.
The IFC Center in New York continues its David Lynch series with a screening of BLUE VELVET at midnight and several showings of the new documentary DAVID LYNCH: THE ART LIFE at 10:40 am, 3:15 pm, 5:05 pm, and 7:15 pm. Tickets and info can be found here.
WORLD ON A WIRE, Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s epic ’70s sci-fi film, is being screened from a 35mm print at 7:30 pm at New Beverly Cinema in Los Angeles. Tickets and info can be found here.
The Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers, NY is presenting a 25th anniversary screening of BASIC INSTINCT at 10:00 pm. This is Paul Verhoeven’s director’s cut. Tickets and info can be found here.
If you know of an under-the-radar theater or film society regularly putting together repertory screenings or special events, feel free to let me know on Twitter!
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