Music Box Theatre
Thanks to everyone who made the opening weekend of Sleepwalk With Me such a huge success! We were thrilled to host Ira Glass for so many screenings. If you weren’t one of the over 6,000 people to see the film at the Music Box, don’t worry, we’ve got another full week of screenings for you!
At midnight on Friday and Saturday, we’ve got something special in store for you: The 1972 film Bone, the shocking directorial debut from writer/director Larry Cohen. Mr. Cohen will be at the Music Box both nights to introduce these special screenings. Purchase advance tickets now.
Also, the newest installment of Second Saturday Silent Cinema is this weekend. This month we present The Crowd, King Vidor’s 1928 film about a young couple struggling to survive in an uncaring metropolis. As always, this classic film will be presented with live organ accompaniment, so come see The Crowd the way it was meant to be seen: On the big screen! Purchase advance tickets now.
See you at the movies. . .