What’s Showing Today? Friday, January 6
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Featured Screening: Screen Slate Presents Kill All Redneck Pricks: a documentary film about a band called KARP at Spectacle Theater
This evening Screen Slate is proud to present the New York City premiere of KILL ALL REDNECK PRICKS: A documentary film about a band called KARP. The film runs 7:30 and 9:30 pm at Spectacle Theater tonight only.
The debut feature-length work by William E. Badgley, vocalist and guitarist of the band Federation X, Kill All Redneck Pricks follows friends Chris “Slayer” Smith, Scott Jernigan and Jaren Warren from elementary school friendship through battles with jocks at Tumwater High School to the formation of beloved post-hardcore metal band KARP. Initially they performed in Jared’s mom’s shed, named in reference to their teen manifesto printed as a one-sheet defiantly littered through Tumwater High School’s hallways and cafeterias. The group moved to Olympia, Washington, after high school and released a series of treasured and influential LPs on Calvin Johnson’s K Records. An unlikely chronicle of friendship and survival in the Pacific Northwest pitched against skull-crushing metal jams, Kill All Redneck Pricks was lovingly made over a number of years with the support of Karp’s friends and contemporaries, including Calvin Johnson, Kathleen Hanna, Kimya Dawson, Buzz Osborne, Dale Krover, Joe Preston and more. It’s an earnest and candid portrait nonpareil of coming-of-age, rebellion and the comradely joys of bursting forth heavy, heavy music.
For clips and much, much more, be sure to check out Screen Slate’s interview with Badgley. Both screenings are poised to sell out, so please arrive early! Tickets, as always, are $5 at the door.
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- I Was Born, But… (Yasujiro Ozu). Details. 35mm. 1932. 100 min. 7:00 pm.
- The Rules of the Game (Jean Renoir). Details. 35mm. 1939. 97 min. 9:15 pm.
James Fotopoulos in Wonderland at Anthology Film Archives
- Alice in Wonderland. Details. Video. 2010. 99 min. 7:30 pm.
- Au Hasard Balthazar. Details. 1966. 95 min. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 pm.
- Kiki’s Delivery Service (Hayao Miyazaki). Details. 35mm. 1989. 102 min. 10:40 am.
- Castle in the Sky (Hayao Miyazaki). Details. 35mm. 1986. 124 min. 11:30 am, 2:55 and 10:05 pm.
- Pom Poko (Isao Takahata). Details. 35mm. 1994. 119 min. 12:35, 7:45 pm.
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- The Vagabond (Raj Kapoor). Details. 1951. 193 min. 6:30 pm.
- Almayer’s Folly (Chantal Akerman). Details. Opening night with Akerman in attendance followed by reception. 127 min. 2011. 7:00 pm.
La Ronde (Max Ophüls) at MoMA. Details. 1950. 97 min. 1:30 pm.
Lost Horizon (Frank Capra) at The Rubin Museum. Details. Introduced by artist Lauren Weinstein. 1937. 134 min. 9:30 pm.
Kill All Redneck Pricks: a documentary film about a band called KARP ((William Badgley) at Spectacle Theater. Details. Director in attendance. Presented by Screen Slate. Afterparty (separate admission) at Death By Audio. 2011. 84 min. 7:30 and 9:30 pm.
Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky) at IFC Center. Details. 1973. 113 min. 11:50 pm.
The Road Warrior (George Miller) at IFC Center. Details. HD. 1981. 94 min. 12:10 am.
Jurassic Park (Steven Spielberg) at IFC Center. Details. 1993. 127 min. 12:25 am.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (Steven Spielberg) at IFC Center. Details. 1981. 115 min. 12:20 am.
Newsies (Kenny Ortega) at Landmark Sunshine. Details. 1992. 121 min.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Nightmare (John Fasano) at Spectacle Theater. Details. 1987. 83 min.
Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (Nuri Bilge Ceyland) at Film Forum. Details. 2011. 157 min. 1:00, 5:30 and 8:30 pm.
A Separation (Asghar Farhadi) at Film Forum. Details. 2011. 123 min. 1:15, 4:00, 6:45 and 9:10 pm.
- Haris Epaminonda “Projects 96” at MoMA, Midtown. $20 general/$12 students/$16 seniors. Closed Tuesday/Wednesday. Through February 20.
- Sanja Iveković “Sweet Violence” at MoMA, Midtown. $20 general/$12 students/$16 seniors. Closed Tuesday/Wednesday. Through March 26.
- Frances Stark “My Best Thing” at MoMA P.S.1, Queens. $10 general/$5 students/$5 seniors. Closed Tuesday/Wednesday. Through January.
- Rania Stephan at MoMA P.S.1, Queens. $10 general/$5 students/$5 seniors. Closed Tuesday/Wednesday. Through January.
- Clifford Owens “Anthology” at MoMA P.S.1, Queens. $10 general/$5 students/$5 seniors. Closed Tuesday/Wednesday. Through March 12.
- The User: The New Auteur at The Museum of Arts and Design, Columbus Circle. $15 general/$12 students and seniors. Open 7 days a week. Through March 4.
- View all exhibitions at Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, Queens. $12 general/$9 students and seniors/$6 ages 3 to 18. Free admission Friday 4-8 pm. Closed Monday.
- Roy Lichtenstein “Three Landscapes: A Film Installation” at The Whitney Museum, Upper East Side. $18 general/$12 students, seniors, ages 19-25/free for under 18. Pay-as-you-wash Friday 6-9 pm. Closed Monday/Tuesday. Through February 12.
- Aleksandra Mir “The Seduction of Galileo Galilei” at The Whitney Museum, Upper East Side. $18 general/$12 students, seniors, ages 19-25, free for under 18. Pay-as-you-wash Fridays 6-9 pm. Closed Monday/Tuesday. Through February 19.
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