Film Geek Weekend – late edition

September 13, 2007 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Film Student Fridays | Comments Off on Film Geek Weekend – late edition

Frontyard Features (fyfstl.com) is screening Ocean’s 11 Thursday, September 13th on the Pershing Tennis Courts for all you Rat Packs out there.  Later on Friday September 14th they’ll screen The Phantom of the Opera in Lafayette Square Park (but really, it’s there…inside your mind).  Finally they’ll wrap up the weekend with a special screening this Saturday, September 15th of 1960’s Time Machine (the good version) on the lawn of the St. Louis Science Center’s Planetarium lawn, although instead of moving back in time should it rain they’ll just move the show inside the planetarium.  As usual, all these films will start around dusk and will be free (just bring a lawn chair).

Webster Film Series (webster.edu/filmseries) will screen The Seventh Seal this Friday-Sunday September 14-16th @ 8pm.  Another special compilation screening will be held tonight (September 13th) @ 7pm feature three documentaries of James Bogan called The Brazilogy.  This Both of these films will screen in the Winifred Moore Auditorium on Webster University, but will set you back $4-6.

Seema Enterprises (seemaent.com) premiers Dhamaal this Fridsay-Saturday September 14-15th @ 9pm in the St. Charles 18 Cine.  I’d like to use their description if I might – “No Romance, No Drama, No Action, Just Dhamaal” if you know what they mean.

Reel Late @ the Tivoli will show This is Spinal Tap @ midnight this Friday and Saturday and at 10pm this Sunday.  You probably already heard about it though, so tell ’em Chuck Klosterman sent ya.

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