Footcandle Film Society is pleased to announce that we will bringing the foreign language film "No" to the Carolina Theater, Thursday, May 9th at 7pm. We hope you can join us for the film and a discussion afterwards.
About the film:
An ad executive (Gael Garcia Bernal) comes up with a campaign to defeat Augusto Pinochet in Chile’s 1988 referendum. The film received an Academy Award nomination for best foreign language film of 2012.
Footcandle Film Society will be sponsoring a free public screening of the locally made documentary "Speedbird" next Thursday, April 25th at 7pm in the downstairs auditorium of the Carolina Theater. The director, CVCC history professor Richard Eller, will be in attendance for a Q&A after the film.
On this special episode of Footcandle Films Alan & Chris decide to brave the sunlight outside the studio and record in a park…in downtown Winston-Salem, NC...which just so happens to be hosting the 15th Annual RiverRun International Film Festival. They kick off things with a review of Dustin Hoffman's directorial debut "Quartet" and then highlight films they've had a chance to see at the festival. As always they close with recommendations of films you might have missed.
Recommendations - Safety Not Guaranteed, Punch Drunk Love
RiverRun International Film Festival: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com
Prince Avalanche: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/prince-avalanche
Mar del Plata: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/mar-del-plata
The Color of the Chameleon: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/color-chameleon
Time Zero: The Last Year of Polaroid Film: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/time-zero-last-year-polaroid-film
The God Phone: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/god-phone
Shoot For The Moon: http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/shoot-moon
Every Little Thing You Love http://2013.riverrunfilm.com/films/every-little-thing-you-love
Footcandle Film Society will be screening "Quartet" Thursday, April 11th at 7pm at the Carolina Theater in downtown Hickory.
About the film:
At a home for retired musicians, the annual concert to celebrate Verdi's birthday is disrupted by the arrival of Jean (Maggie Smith), an eternal diva and the former wife of one of the residents. This film marks the directorial debut of actor Dustin Hoffman.
Alan & Chris balance the blockbuster with art house fare in this episode of Footcandle Films with reviews of Michael Haneke's "Amour" and Sam Raimi's "Oz: The Great and Powerful". The hosts then spend a few moments discussing the windfalls and pitfalls of remakes & reboots before moving on to give some film recommendations.
Recommendations - Black Snake Moan, Double feature of Prometheus & Cave of Forgotten Dreams