Apr 29 to Apr 30
Friday and Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!
Dir. Takashi Miike - 2015 - 115m - Japan - In Japanese with English subtitles - An ALIBI MIDNIGHT MOVIE MADNESS presentation! $8 general / $6 students with i.d.s
A cinematic whirlwind that represents director Takashi Miike at his most delightfully unhinged!
In this film, fearsome Yakuza boss Kamiura is also a bloodsucking vampire. One day, men arrive from a competing clan and deliver him an ultimatum: Play nice or die. Kamiura refuses and, during a fierce battle, is torn limb from limb. With his dying breath, he passes on his vampire powers to his loyal lieutenant, Kageyama. His first order of business is to avenge his mentor, setting him on a collision course with the seemingly unstoppable foreign syndicate, and take his place as the new Yakuza boss.
“The kind of free-for-all only Miike could stage-pitting not merely different characters, but different genres and tones against each other, until the world cracks in two under the weight.” - Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, AV Club
“Memorably bizarre” - Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times
FACETS KIDS VOL. 4 - Overcoming Obstacles
Apr 30 to May 1
Saturday and Sunday 12 Noon Only!
Dir. various - 2014 & 2015 - 78m - Mom's Matinee returns with more smart, global films for kids! All seats just $5
Every day we are confronted with obstacles, big and small, which we struggle to overcome. The films in Overcoming Obstacles show characters as they overcome struggles with bullying, social acceptance, financial hardship, and other obstacles that at first might seem impossible to work through. This volume will help kids think through the ways they solve their own real-life problems and the ways they are empathetic towards others. Programming for Vol. 4 includes:
Anatommy (Logan Cascia, USA, 2006, 5 mins.)
Beatless Nick (Kelly Morrison, Canada, 2007, 4 mins.)
Coast Warning (Aleksandra Shadrina, Russia, 2011, 7 mins.)
Josue and the Cassavastalk (Diogo Viegas, Brazil, 2009, 12 mins.)
Kibera Kid (Nathan Collet, Kenya, 2006, 11 mins.)
Len & Hugo (Chris Trebilcock, Canada, 2006, 21 mins.)
Rebelle (Mark Levie, Belgium, 2008, 6 mins.)
The Adventures of Pim & Pom (Gioia Smid, The Netherlands, 2011, 5 mins.)
The Most Scary Animal (Dmitry Rezchikov, Russia, 2008, 4 mins.)
Torty's Day Out (Suresh E., India, 2004, 3 mins.).
NM Labor Film Festival - as part of the Global Labor Film Fest
2016 - A Santa Fe Labor Film Festival Special Presentation - Just $5 per show!
The 2nd Annual New Mexico Labor Film Festival - TO INFORM, EDUCATE & MOTIVATE!
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS THE SANTA FE LABOR FILM FESTIVAL - "The Santa Fe Labor Film Festival is dedicated to providing ?lms, panels and events that inform, educate and celebrate labor though the moving image arts and cinematic world.
ABOUT THE GLOBAL LABOR FILM FESTIVAL - The New Mexico Labor Film Festival is part of a unified global event. The 4th Annual Global Labor Film Festival (GLFF ) once again encircles the world in over 15 countries around the world through other Labor Film Festivals including China, Israel, UK, Ireland, Pakistan, Japan, Mexico, Argentina, United States and much more! Labor ?lm festivals will screen a labor-themed ?lm of their choice on or around the May Day Holiday, May Day is celebrated around the world on May 1, also known as International Workers' Day which is a national holiday in more than 80 countries and celebrated unofficially in many other countries.
2pm Dream On (2015) - with director skyping in
"In the opening for both days of the festival, DREAM ON, acclaimed political comedian John Fugelsang retraces the journey of Alexis de Tocqueville, whose study of our young country in 1831 came to define America as a place where anyone could climb the ladder of economic opportunity. Following in the Frenchman's footsteps, Fugelsang speaks with fast-food workers and retirees, prisoners and entrepreneurs, undocumented immigrants and community organizers about their hopes, dreams, and daily struggles. DREAM ON explores whether the optimistic spirit of the American Dream that Tocqueville observed is alive and well in the twenty-first century, or whether George Carlin was right when he famously quipped "It's called the American Dream because you have to be asleep to believe it." FOR ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE, CLICK HERE.
4pm Alejandro Montoya Marin & Ariel Rakes: winners of the Shoot Santa Fe Pilot Project
ALEJANDRO MONTOYA's narrative work includes: Intrepido (2009), The Princess and the Musician (2013), The Joneses (2014),Low/Fi (2015), and Monday (2016). His films have screened in numerous film festivals including the Cannes Film Festival, Raindance, The Napa Valley Film Festival, Hollyshorts, and many more. In addition to narrative film, Alejandro also has an intense love for music and has directed many music videos. He has directed for Sleigh Bells, Chikita Violenta, Motopony,Grimlin, and Stem Ivo. Ariel Rakes, a starring force behind Albuquerque-based production company 82/92, is an LAIFF award winner and frequent collaborator of Montoya's. Rakes is an experienced cinematographer who has shot several feature films along with many short films, commercials, and music videos including "Low/Fi", and "The Joneses".
6pm Schoolidarity (2016)
"NEA and AFT present SCHOOLIDARITY. SCHOOLIDARITY provides a history of the issues surrounding the privatization of urban public schools in the US. By documenting the ascent of the activist teacher caucus CORE, Chicago's public schools crisis is analyzed through the lens of the assault on public sector unions, where defeats are just as important to study as victories in order to insure education justice for all. " FOR ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE, CLICK HERE.
8pm Pride (2014)
"We are thrilled to present PRIDE for the finale film of the Albuquerque day of the New Mexico Labor Film Festival. This special screening of PRIDE is sponsored by Equality New Mexico and Progress Now New Mexico. Based on a true story, the film highlights the collaboration of the LGBT activists and mineworkers during the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984. Each realized together they could better fight against the anti-labor anti-equality government in power under Margaret Thatcher. This acclaimed film has charmed audiences as well as well as stood as an example of important lesson that workers justice is based on the principle of equality for everyone." FOR ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE, CLICK HERE.