Suggested Donation: $8 // OUTDOOR SCREENING!!
This showcase will undeniably confirm that there really is nothing more indulgent than food on film. Films that divulge a truly workable pie recipe – composed of hair; the gleeful gluttony of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches; the most sensational Kubrick parody concocted with Chinese food and of course the charming personalities behind the counter. Works include Tom Palazzolo’s Jerry’s (1976), Sam Kessler’s Rib’s (1980), Gary Weimberg’s $20.01: A Chinese Food Odyssey (1979), Tom Brozovich’s Hair Pie (1981), David Grotenstein’s Catch of the Day (1983), and Nick Manning’s Hot Bagels (1979). Delight your senses with these rich and flavorful cinematic experiences. “Everything you see I owe to spaghetti.” - Sophia Loren.
Celluloid Stars Series
This series celebrates gorgeous 16mm short films from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. These films were groundbreaking for their time and continue to inspire and intrigue media makers and artists today. Grab a lawn-chair and join us to enjoy pristine 16mm projection under the stars. Films are suitable for all ages.