Along with the arrival of Black Panther, I Feel Pretty and the critically acclaimed Indian Horse, there are many exciting events happening at The Revue this week.
Silent Revue – The Show – Sunday, June 10, 4:15PM
Before Tod Browning produced his definitive cult classic Freaks (1932), he directed The Show (1927)—a rarely screened macabre masterpiece replete with outlandish terrors and vampish seductresses.
With live piano accompaniment by Marilyn Lerner.
Designing the Movies – American Graffiti – Thursday, June 14, 6:45PM
On the final day of summer vacation before college, a group of high school graduates spend one last night cruising the local strip. Director George Lucas set the semi-autobiographical vignettes in his own Modesto, California hometown and in the twilight of American innocence. American Graffiti became the cultural touchstone of a generation.
Screened with an introduction by host Nathalie Atkinson about 1960s nostalgia, coming-of-age tales and classic cars.
For a complete listing of this week’s films, see our
See you at the movies!
Schedule Jun 8-14
Friday 08 June
Saturday 09 June
Sunday 10 June
Monday 11 June
PARENT & BABY
Tuesday 12 June
Wednesday 13 June
Thursday 14 June
PARENT AND BABY
An ordinary woman who struggles with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy on a daily basis…
June 11, 2018
DESIGNING THE MOVIES
American Graffiti tells the story of the final day of summer vacation before college, a…
June 14, 2018