Upon closer examination, what initially looks to be another subdued week of movies, reveals a few films that pique our interest. The Singularity discusses when computer intelligence passes that of humans, recap William Friedkin’s films starting with To Live and Die in LA (can you say Wang Chung?), journey into the subversive art of Tomi Ungerer in Far Out Isn’t Far Enough, or take a peek into something that, if you’ve never been, remains a bit of a mystery (Spark: A Burning Man Story). Also, notes go out to the Mary Poppins sing-along at the Castro and the comedy, I Give It A Year.
Movies Opening This Week: Sep 6th – Sep 12th
- Afternoon Delight
- Creativity Explored Film Night!
- Dark Matters: The Films of William Friedkin
- Everything Is Terrible
- Far Out Isn’t Far Enough: The Tomi Ungerer Story
- The Flu
- I Give It a Year
- Local Boy Makes Good: The Singularity
- The Man Who Wasn’t There: Wendell Corey, Actor
- Mary Poppins Movie Musical Singalong
- The Oregonian // The Rambler
- Spark: A Burning Man Story