FOLLOWING THE NINTH: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF BEETHOVEN’S FINAL SYMPHONY director Kerry Candaele will participate in a Q&A after the 5:30 screening at the Music Hall on Saturday, November 23rd.
Legendary actor Edward James Olmos, one of the stars of the new John Sayles film GO FOR SISTERS, will participate in a Q&A after 7 PM screening at the Playhouse on Saturday, November 23.
The JFK: A PRESIDENT BETRAYED filmmakers will be in our theaters this weekend for post-screening discussions with audiences. Here’s the schedule:
Saturday: Director Cory Taylor at the NoHo, Producer Darin Nellis at the Monica and Producer Nicole Corbin at the Playhouse.
Sunday: Taylor at the NoHo, Corbin at the Playhouse and Nellis at the Claremont. All screenings begin at 11 AM.
We are thrilled to open the new documentary FOLLOWING THE NINTH: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF BEETHOVEN’S FINAL SYMPHONY this Friday at the Music Hall. The Village Voice described it as “that rarest of films: a documentary as ineffable and transformative in its reach as it sets out to be.” Veteran journalist Bill Moyers recently did a piece about the film, which you can watch right here:
GAHAN WILSON: BORN DEAD, STILL WEIRD filmmaker Stephen-Charles Jaffe will participate in Q&A’s at the Music Hall after the Friday, November 22nd 7:45 PM screening and Saturday and Sunday, November 23rd and 24th after the 3:45 and 7:45 PM screenings.
Frederick Wiseman, one of our greatest and most prolific documentarians, always delves deeply into his subjects and for his latest, AT BERKELEY, that’s more true that ever. He found one of California’s great treasures, U.C. Berkeley, such a rich subject that it required a four hour film. It is receiving some rave reviews, including this one from one that most astute of film critics, David Denby of The New Yorker. We are proud to open AT BERKELEY this Friday at the Music Hall.