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November 21, 2019

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  • 9:15 PM

    Downton Abbey

    November 21, 2019

    Drama / 2019 / 122 minutes

    The Julian Fellowes' created British television show was a smash hit both in the US and Europe in the early half of the decade, but none one would have expected the phenomenon to translate as well to the big screen as it has with the Michael Engler directed feature version of Downton Abbey. The ongoing saga of highborn family and their dedicated staff as it relates to the upkeep of a historical and culturally significant Yorkshire County estate, Fellowes' beloved period drama deals class relations, British history, period romance and good old fashioned melodrama, managing to so in an utterly charming manner that somehow avoids the stuffiness of the great Masterpiece Theater dramas of old. A lot of this is due to the winning cast – most of whom feature prominently in the film – Fellowes' unerring ability to allow his characters relatable dimensions, positing that privilege need not always be villainous and that the treatment of the serving class need not be cruel nor contentious. With Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Imelda Staunton and the magnificent Maggie Grace as the pithy family matriarch.

  • 6:00 PM

    Downton Abbey

    November 22, 2019

    Drama / 2019 / 122 minutes

    The Julian Fellowes' created British television show was a smash hit both in the US and Europe in the early half of the decade, but none one would have expected the phenomenon to translate as well to the big screen as it has with the Michael Engler directed feature version of Downton Abbey. The ongoing saga of highborn family and their dedicated staff as it relates to the upkeep of a historical and culturally significant Yorkshire County estate, Fellowes' beloved period drama deals class relations, British history, period romance and good old fashioned melodrama, managing to so in an utterly charming manner that somehow avoids the stuffiness of the great Masterpiece Theater dramas of old. A lot of this is due to the winning cast – most of whom feature prominently in the film – Fellowes' unerring ability to allow his characters relatable dimensions, positing that privilege need not always be villainous and that the treatment of the serving class need not be cruel nor contentious. With Hugh Bonneville, Jim Carter, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern, Imelda Staunton and the magnificent Maggie Grace as the pithy family matriarch.

  • 8:30 PM

    Moonstruck (35mm)

    November 22, 2019

    Romance / 1987 / 102 minutes

    Though well-established by 1987 as a pop singer, it was Norman Jewison’s Moonstruck that made Cher a bona fide movie star and landed her the Oscar for Best Actress. The story of a widowed middle-aged woman (Cher) from a strict Italian American family who finds herself falling for her fiancée’s hot-tempered younger brother (a smoldering and youthful Nicolas Cage), Jewison’s perfectly calibrated dramedy skillfully tackles romance and family dynamics with the sensibility of the great European directors, while still delivering a filmic confection for the masses. Cher is simply revelatory – her performance is the gold-standard for a musician turned actor – sharing spectacular chemistry with Cage as well as Olympia Dukakis in the role of her overbearing mother, for which the older actress also famously took home the Oscar. A romantic comedy classic. With Danny Aiello.

  • 10:30 PM

    Pan’s Labyrinth (35mm)

    November 22, 2019

    Fantasy / 2007 / 118 minutes

    No modern filmmaker has mastered the art of the fairytale as successfully as Guillermo del Toro, a fact cemented with his 2006 critically hailed masterpiece Pan's Labyrinth. Set during the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War, del Toro's fantasy-drama centers on the experiences of a young girl (Ivana Baquero) who seeks refuge in the fantastical to escape the real-life horrors of war and the sadistic army captain (Sergi Lopez) her mother (Ariadna Gil) has recently married. As with all his films the production design and practical creature work is uniquely and perfectly del Toro, but what sets the horror-loving auteur apart from the pack is his ability to mine rich emotional drama from his monster tales, elevating genre material to arthouse status and crafting indelible stories that appeal to fans of both. A clear precursor to his recent Academy Award winner The Shape of Water. Featuring the performance work of man-in-suit extraordinaire Doug Jones.

    Curated by Spoke Art Gallery and featuring a new limited edition poster by Matt Taylor plus an event-exclusive t-shirt by Rucking Fotten

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November 21, 2019