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September 19, 2017

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  • 8:00 PM

    Andy Warhol Archival Film Series: Lonesome Cowboys / Screen Tests

    September 20, 2017

    16 mm / 1968 / 109 minutes

    Lonesome Cowboys is a 1968 film by American filmmaker Andy Warhol. Written by Paul Morrissey, the film is a satire of Hollywood westerns. The film won the Best Film Award at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

    16mm / 40 minutes / 1964-65

    Amy Taubin (1964)
    Bibbe Hansen (1965)
    Nancy Fish (1964)
    Jim Rosenquist (1964)
    Donyale Luna (1965)
    Steve Balkin (1964)
    Marilynn Karp (1964)
    Cathy James (1965)
    Tina (1965)
    Kellie (1965)

    Print courtesy of the Circulating Film & Video Library/MoMA.

    Copyright the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of the Carnegie Institute.

  • 8:00 PM

    Andy Warhol Archival Film Series: Face/ The Velvet Underground Tarot Cards

    September 21, 2017

    16 mm / 1965 /

    Edie getting ready to go out.

    16mm / 1966 / 65 min

    The Velvet Underground get their tarot cards read.

    Print courtesy of the Circulating Film & Video Library/MoMA.

    Copyright the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of the Carnegie Institute.

  • 8:00 PM

    Andy Warhol Archival Film Series: Tarzan and Jane Regained / Blow Job – 16mm prints!

    September 22, 2017

    16mm/ 1963 / 80 minutes

    Many of Warhol’s 1960s films reflect the influence of movies he watched in Oakland cinemas when he was a child in 1930s Pittsburgh. Tarzan and Jane Regained… Sort Of, one of his earliest films, is a Warholian take on jungle adventure films and features Superstar Taylor Mead and Naomi Levine and Dennis Hopper as the title characters in a romp around Hollywood.

    16mm / 1964 / 35 minutes

    Blow Job is a silent film, directed by Andy Warhol, that was filmed in January 1964. It depicts the face of an uncredited DeVeren Bookwalter as he apparently receives fellatio from an unseen partner.

    Print courtesy of the Circulating Film & Video Library/MoMA.

    Copyright the Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of the Carnegie Institute.

  • 10:15 PM

    Good Time

    September 22, 2017

    Crime / 2017 / 100 minutes

    Critics are abuzz about Robert Pattinson’s knockout turn in Ben and Josh Safdie’s Good Time, and for good reason; Pattinson is nearly unrecognizable from his Edward Cullen days, trading heartthrob smoldering for dirtbag desperation in a role that showcases the underestimated breadth of his range. A single night odyssey following a low-level crook as he tries anything and everything to get his developmentally challenged brother (co-director Ben Safdie) out of jail, the Safdies’ film is a mad rush of adrenaline, a harrowing, hallucinogenic journey into the New York underworld. Though the title may be a tad ironic, the bravura filmmaking and Pattinson’s re-defining performance ensure this as one good time you won’t soon forget. With Jennifer Jason Leigh and a propulsive soundtrack courtesy of Oneohtrix Point Never (with guest Iggy Pop).

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September 19, 2017