Tribute to Spike Jones & Charlie Kaufman

When
Sat Dec 17
Where
The Roxie
Time
3:30pm WHERE THE WiLD THiNGS ARE - 6:00pm BEiNG JOHN MALKOViCH - 8:30pm ADAPTATiON
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Spoke Art will be presenting brand new limited edition screen prints for the three films, available for purchase exclusively for attendees.

Want to see all three? The Roxie is offering a limited number of $20 passes that provide access to all three films. Click here to buy your Jonze+Kaufman Tribute Pass before they sell out (if you get one, your pass will be held at the box office) Otherwise, see below for individual show information and advance ticketing links! All screenings are free or discounted for Roxie members.

3:30pm WHERE THE WiLD THiNGS ARE (2009)

Jim Henson’s SFX Creature Shop designed this magical adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s book. Director Spike Jonze created a truly beautiful, allegorical fantasy film (with a defining musical score by Karen O) that needs to be revisited on the big screen. DCP courtesy of Warner Brothers. 104 minutes.

6:00pm BEiNG JOHN MALKOViCH (1999)

The beginning of Charlie Kaufman’s reign of his 21st Century meta-existential terror follows a puppeteer caught in a soul crushing marriage and the surreal adventures he takes (inside the real John Malkovich) to break out of it. Spike Jonze proved his music videos were not just a flash in the pan with this unstoppably inventive and hilarious odyssey (as well as receiving three Oscar nods!) DCP courtesy of NBC Universal. 112 minutes.

8:30pm ADAPTATiON (2002)

One of the Y2Ks most underrated Hollywood films, Nicolas Cage delivers two of his greatest performances as Charlie & Donald Kaufman, a screenwriter and his twin brother trying to adapt Susan Orlean’s The Orchid Thief, a book about the obsession of uncovering rare orchids. As the characters attempt to turn it into an important Hollywood movie, we as an audience are treated to a head spinning, heart achingly profound film about love, loss and disappointment. 35mm print courtesy of Sony Pictures. 114 minutes.

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  1. The Roxie
    3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA