Tonight, March 2, Moviehouse brings two kinds of crazy to the screen. It's The Royal Tenenbaums and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest with two deliciously dysfunctional New York shorts and an afterparty featuring the visual delights of VJ Clay Franklin. Come see the show at Galapagos Art Space at 8pm.
Revel in the classic individual madness of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest or marvel at the deeply-flawed geniuses of The Royal Tenenbaums. You pick!
The night opens with two brilliant New York shorts that tells tales of deteriorated relationships (one serious, one not-so-much).
In Vartan LLP by Myles Price, one of the most powerful fund managers working on Wall Street is shaken to his core by one phone call.
In Carlough Brothers by Will Carlough, Will and his brother come to terms with their parents divorce with a little help from Star Wars composer John Williams.
To close the evening, VJ Clay Franklin splices together found footage, classic scenes and crazy stuff he made himself.
As always there's free popcorn for everyone and free drinks for the winner of the red jumpsuit trivia contest. All this of just $5.
Moviehouse presents NYC's best short films, a classic feature, and an afterparty with the neighborhood's best VJs and DJs on the first Sunday of every month at Galapagos Art Space. The event is sponsored by Brilliant Productions (www.brilliantp.com), Indiepix (www.indiepixfilms.com), East Village Radio (www.eastvillageradio.com), Reel Life Video (www.reellifenyc.com), and Galapagos Art Space (www.galapagosartspace.com).
What: Moviehouse presents The Royal Tenenbaums, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Vartan LLP and Carlough Brothers.
Where: Galapagos Arts Space, 70 N. 6th Street
When: March 2, 8pm
How Much: $5
Contact: [email protected]
Upcoming Moviehouse shows:
April 6: The Wizard of Oz, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory and the films of Ken Brown (www.kenbrownpixpop.com)
For more information: www.myspace.com/reellifemoviehouse
Official Website: http://www.myspace.com/reellifemoviehouse
Added by brilliantp on February 3, 2008