Join Alamo Film Club and Film Society KC for a series of screenings of new and classic films that you NEED to see on the big screen.
10 pairs of tickets are available for each screening. They are first come, first served, but please only claim tickets for screenings you will attend.
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9/12 - Mr Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End - In this feature documentary we discover the dangerously funny cartoonist Mr. Fish, struggling to make a living in an industry that is dying out. In a world where consumerism is king, and opportunities are few, will this uncensored artist find a way to sell his art, or be forced to sell himself out? Mr. Fish has been published in the LA weekly, Harpers, the Village Voice, The Nation and truthdig.com, as well as having his first book GO FISH published through Akashic press. --> WATCH TRAILER
9/26 - I Think We're Alone Now - This winner of The Sundance Dramatic Special Jury Award for Excellence in Filmmaking. The film explores the idea that a recent apocalypse is a blessing in disguise for a small-town librarian (Peter Dinklage) who finds that he prefers his newfound solitude. His tranquility is suddenly disturbed when a fellow survivor (Elle Fanning) arrives in town and inserts herself into his life. --> WATCH TRAILER
10/10 - Perfume: The Story of a Murderer - Based on the best-selling novel, Jean-Baptiste Grenouille came into the world unwanted, expected to die, yet born with an unnerving sense of smell that created alienation as well as talent. Of all the smells around him, Grenouille is beckoned to the scent of a woman's soul, and spends the rest of his life attempting to smell her essence again by becoming a perfumer, and creating the essence of an innocence lost. --> WATCH TRAILER
10/26 - Shadow of the Vampire - F. W. Murnau (John Malkovich) is struggling to create his silent classic "Nosferatu" on location in Eastern Europe. The director is obsessed with making this the most authentic vampire movie ever. To that end, Murnau has employed a real vampire, Max Schreck (Willem Dafoe), explaining to the crew that he is the ultimate of that new breed, the "method actor" -- trained by Stanislavsky himself. Schreck will appear only in character and only at night. --> WATCH TRAILER