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***Young French Cinema
Tuesday, 6/2, 7:30 pm
Age of Panic
A young television reporter covering the final moments of the French presidential election leaves her young daughters with a babysitter and has her careful plans turned upside-down by her unstable ex-partner in Justine Triet’s insightful comedy about a nation and family in flux
***Beatles Multi-Media Lectures by Scott Freiman
6:30pm:Tomorrow Never Knows: DECONSTRUCTING THE BEATLES’ REVOLVER
9:00pm: A Trip Through Strawberry Fields
Coming Soon: Sept. 24, 6:30 pm: DECONSTRUCTING SGT. PEPPER Sept. 24, 9 pm: LOOKING THROUGH A GLASS ONION: DECONSTRUCTING THE WHITE ALBUM
***Opera on Screen: English National Opera
Sunday, 6/7, 12 noon only
Mike Leigh’s The Pirates of Penzance
Guaranteed to be a major event, Mike Leigh (5-time Oscar nominee and director of “Topsy Turvy”, a film about Gilbert & Sullivan) directs his first ever opera for the stage. Gilbert & Sullivan’s popular comic opera features much-loved favorites including ‘A Policeman’s Lot is not a Happy One’ and ‘I am the Very Model of a Modern Major General’.
Monday, 6/8, 7:30 pm
An accidental death irrevocably impacts the lives of three intimately intertwined Italian families in Paolo Virzì’s award-winning chronicle of familial and social dynamics that offers a chilling evaluation of the modern value of human life.
***Movie Trivia Night
Monday, 6/8, 8 pm
Do you know a lot about movies? Now you can prove it at the popular monthly Movie Trivia Night. Cash Prizes. Hosted by CAC Operations Manager John Panicola in the CAC Sky Room Cafe
***Vic Skolnick Remembrance
Tuesday, 6/9, 6:30 Reception, 7:30 Film
The Cinema Arts Centre celebrates our 42nd Anniversary, and the 5th Anniversary of the death of our beloved Co-Founder Vic Skolnick, with a screening of Vic’s favorite film: Cherry Blossoms, Doris Dörrie’s luminous celebration of beauty and new beginnings. Screening at 7:30pm is preceded by a reception at6:30 pm in the garden beside the cherry blossom tree dedicated to Vic by Stu and Ginger Polisner. Snacks and beverages will be available.
***Movies That Rock
Wednesday, 6/10, 7:30 pm
Heaven Adores You
In Person: Director Nickolas Rossi
An intimate, meditative inquiry into the life and music of beloved singer-songwriter, the late Elliott Smith.
FREE for CAC Young Film Fan Members!
***Out at the Movies
Thursday, 6/11, 7:30 pm
Tab Hunter Confidential
Q&A with Director Jeffrey Schwarz live via Skype
This new documentary, telling the story of matinee idol Tab Hunter from teenage stable boy to closeted Hollywood star of the 1950s, features Tab Hunter, John Waters, Clint Eastwood, Paul Newman, Portia de Rossi, George Takei, Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner, and dozens more.
*** Vic Skolnick Sunday Schmooze
Sunday, 6/14, Bagel brunch at 10 am, film at 11 am
A powerful drama about a crucial moment in the lives of master painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and his son, legendary filmmaker Jean Renoir
*** Cinema for Kids
Sunday, 6/14, 11 am
With colorful hand-drawn animation and infectious songs by the Sherman Brothers (Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang), this rollicking musical about the friendship betweena spider and a pig has delighted families since its 1973 release. FREE for Kids Under 13!
Anything But Silent: Classics with Live Organ Accompaniment by MoMA’s Ben Model
Girl Shy (1924)
starring Harold Lloyd
Wednesday, June 17 at 7:30pm
In one of his funniest and most romantic movies, legendary silent comedian Harold Lloyd stars as a shy, young man, completely incapable of talking to women, who decides to write a book telling other bachelors how to find a girlfriend.
10th Summer Camp Cinema Film Festival
Saturdays, June 6 through August 29
Double Features start at 10:30pm:
6/6: Nightmare on Elm Street & Friday the 13th (1980)
6/13: Pet Sematary & Night Warning
6/20: Re-Animator & Return of the Living Dead
6/27: The Mist & Creepshow
7/4: Big Trouble in Little China & Army of Darkness
7/11: Pan’s Labyrinth & Let the Right One In
7/18: Streets of Fire & The Warriors
7/25: Serenity & The Fifth Element
8/1: The Big Lebowski & Raising Arizona
8/8: Face Off & Con Air
8/15: Point Break & Road House
8/22: Pulp Fiction & Fight Club
8/29: Annual Pay-to-Get-Out Horror Marathon 11pm ‘til Dawn
DOUBLE FEATURE TICKETS
Co-Presented by Long Island Motion Picture Arts Center and Museum
CHILDREN’S FILMMAKING Workshop
Saturdays, June 13, 20 & 27 from 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Teacher Michelle Ciardulli • Ages 5-13 •
Kids learn film animation and special effects. A terrific opportunity for budding young filmmakers to learn the trade and launch their cinematic creativity.
***Orson Welles Centennial Celebration continues-6/15 through 7/8 with Film Historian hosts
“A film is never really good unless the camera is an eye in the head of a poet.”-Orson Welles
Touch of Evil
Starring Welles, Charlton Heston & Janet Leigh
Monday, 6/15, 7:30 pm
The Lady From Shanghai
Starring Welles & Rita Hayworth
Thursday, 6/18, 7:30 pm
Magician: The Astonishing Life & Work of Orson Welles (2014)
Thursday, 6/25, 7:30 pm
Tuesday, 6/30, 7:30 pm
Starring Anthony Perkins
Wednesday, 7/8, 7:30 pm
Orson Welles was an artist with a vision. One of the great revolutionaries of cinema, Welles never stopped experimenting and pushing the boundaries of cinematic art. The result was an amazing series of masterworks that feel as fresh today as when they were brand new. Join Film Historians Philip Harwood, Foster Hirsch, and Royal Brown for a lively centennial celebration of the life and career of the man who is one of cinema’s greatest artists and the most larger-than-life figure in film history.
*** LIVE MUSIC IN THE SKY ROOM CAFÉ: Folk Music Society of Huntington
Thursday, 6/18, 8:30 pm, Open Mic 7:30 pm
Falcon Ridge “Most Wanted” Emerging Artists Tour: Jean Rohe & Matt Nakoa
*** Fatherʻs Day Special Sunday, June 21, All Day Deal!
Admission will be 2-for-1 when you come to any screening with your father
Rock Legends Live! Rare concert clips & footage from Shelley Archives
Procol Harum and Emerson, Lake & Palmer: 1967-1979
Tuesday, 6/23, 7:30 pm
Join host Bill Shelley to learn what all the fascination is about with these two wonderfully eclectic, experimental and classically trained groups.
Wednesday, 6/24, 7 pm only
Julie Taymor’s A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM
Julie Taymor, famed creator of Broadway’s long-running hit The Lion King, The Metropolitan Opera’s The Magic Flute, and such visionary films as Frida, Titus, and Across The Universe, brings her dramatic brilliance and stunning visual style to Shakespeare’s beloved tale of love and magic. Filmed live at the Theatre For A New Audience in Brooklyn, New York.
***Save the Great South Bay presents
A River Between Us
Sunday, 6/28, 10 am Brunch, 11 am Film
Film & Panel Discussion featuring: Christopher Gobler, Professor of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at SUNY Stonybrook & Marshall Brown, Founder of Save the Great South Bay, Inc.
A River Between Us is a cinematic call to action — restoring the Klamath River, which runs through Oregon then to California and the sea. Using the Klamath as a starting point, directors Jason Atkinson and J. Martin have launched a national conversation that redefines conservation while rehabilitating the West’s most majestic wild river.
Monday, 6/29, 7:30 pm
Black Belt Jones
Selected by Matt Roren, Box Office Manager
Jim Kelly (Enter The Dragon) plays Black Belt Jones, an expert martial artist trying to save the karate school he loves from the mafia and local drug dealers in this good-time action-packed Blaxploitation film.
Tickets can be purchased online,www.CinemaArtsCentre.org at the box office during theater hours or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006