Monday, September 05, 2005

Images' Weekly Film Info (fwd)

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Date: Mon, 05 Sep 2005 11:52:40 -0500
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Subject: Images' Weekly Film Info

Dear Film Fan.

Join us on Sunday, September 11 at 12:30pm for the first in a four-part series called MOVING IMAGES: A Festival of Dance and Film. The series presents film works by choreographers who are
exploring film as a medium–either on their own or partnering with filmmakers.

Festival coordinator Sharon Wyrrick's inspiration for Moving Images evolved out the wealth of artists in our region making work combining dance and film. These artists' approaches to filmmaking and
content have "a wildly and widely diverse range." She has brought their work together in an "artist-centered" event where the artists themselves will all be present at their screenings to introduce
and discuss their work. Admission is pay-what-you-can with complimentary bagels and coffee on Sundays and free popcorn on Mondays.

Weekend 1 Artists:
Sunday, September 11, 12:30pm: Meg Cottam and Laurie McLeod
Monday, September 12, 7pm: Katy Watson/John Carlson and Dawn Lane/John Whalan

The Moving Images Festival is supported in part by the High Meadow Foundation and the Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire, a local agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a
state agency.

Please check the film schedule for the remainder of the week--we flip flop films on Tuesday. THE ARISTOCRATS opens this Friday and believe it when you read that “You'll either be screaming with
laughter-or be incredibly offended.”

See you at the cinema,

<a href="">Click here for the complete MOVING IMAGES line-up and trailer</a>

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Starts Friday, 9/9: THE ARISTOCRATS

Playing Friday, 9/9 through Thursday, 9/15

Nightly at 7 & 9pm
4:30pm Matinees on Saturday, Sunday & Wednesday

Director: Paul Provenza
Starring: Chris Rock, Don Rickles, Bob Saget, Phyllis Diller, George Carlin, Lewis Black, Drew Carey, The Smothers Brothers, Jon Stewart, Robin Williams and many more
Not Rated * 1 hour 32 minutes * Documentary/Comedy

The funniest film at Sundance, The Aristocrats tells the story of a joke that has been around since vaudeville, but has never been told in public. The details of the joke vary widely from
comedian to comedian, but are always filthy, disgusting, and hilarious.

"The point of the joke, and the film, may be freedom of expression, or self-censorship, or what happens among professional comedians behind closed doors. But for practical purposes, the joke is so
absurdly obscene that the viewer is shocked into hilarity, or deep offense. Or possibly both."-The New York Times

<a href="">read a review</a>

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Ends Thursday, 9/8: ASYLUM

Monday: 7pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 9pm
Matinee: 4:30pm on Wednesday

"ASYLUM, based on Patrick McGrath's novel about madness and sexual obsession, is a dark and chilly gem. Natasha Richardson's Stella is the enigmatic heartbeat, and she has never acted so well in her
life."-The Times (London)

<a href=" ">Read a review</a>

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Monday: 9pm
Tuesday-Thursday: 7pm

“Audiard's superb remake improves on the original significantly, investing it with aesthetic grandeur and emotional depth.”—The New York Times

<a href=",0,17302.story">Read a review</a>


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