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SPEAKEASY CINEMA @ Page 22: LYNNE SACHS. October 27th at 7pm

In Uncategorized on October 24, 2013 at 9:00 am

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In the future, we may all be personal filmmakers, making the kinds of films that fit few genres but truly express our innermost creative impulse. Lynne Saches is just that filmmaker, and she’s this month’s guest at Speakeasy Cinema.

Lynne takes you to the other worlds in your peripheral vision – the questions you want to ask re-invented with the space and room to hear yourself think. Her work is often hybrid – cultural commentary spanning documentary, poetry, experimental, drama, comedy, biography and autobiography, falsification, meditation and weird international ambient adventure. She’s made films in Vietnam, The West Bank, Argentina, Rome and the minds of many children. Her collaborators include Chris Marker, George Kuchar, Revital Ohayon, Sofia Gallisa, Mark Street and many others. The San Francisco Cinematheque recently published a monograph with four original essays in conjunction with a full retrospective of Lynne’s work. Lynne’s choice for our next Speakeasy is going to surprise you (on 16mm!) on Sunday, October 27, 7 PM.

Her latest film has screened at Union Docs, Maysles Cinema and is touring the country. “Your Day is My Night” is a weird, wonderful film that delighted and kept me on the edge of my seat. It features a collective of Chinese performers living in New York City exploring the history and meaning of “shiftbeds” through verité conversations, autobiographical monologues and integrated movement pieces. It’s quite human and funny and screened at
Documentary Fortnight at the Museum of Modern Art, the Vancouver Film Fest, the New Orleans Film Fest and other venues in Mexico and Argentina. Michael Moore recently gave the film the Best Experimental Film Award at his Traverse City Film Festival. Here is an interview from the Brooklyn Rail:
http://www.brooklynrail.org/2013/09/film/lynne-sachs-with-karen-rester

Check out her wonderful website, and the connection to its youtube channel, which features many of her films.
http://www.lynnesachs.com/

The Details:
Page 22 Studio, a workplace for emerging and established Writers, Directors, and Actors, dedicated to the spirit of Geraldine Page.
435 W. 22nd St, 2nd Floor, NY NY 10011.
The cost is $10 suggested donation. Please bring libations you consume responsibly.

Like our new Facebook page…if you so desire….
https://www.facebook.com/SpeakeasyCinemaUSA

SPEAKEASY CINEMA is created, produced and hosted by Matt Kohn, Director of CALL IT DEMOCRACY and THE MANUTE BOL SUDAN FILM PROJECT
http://thegracecourtpicturecompany.com/

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WHAT IS SPEAKEASY CINEMA? WHY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SCREENING SERIES?

If you’re new to this list, I created and hosted the independent and underground movie screening series Speakeasy Cinema. Between 2006 and 2009 it was housed at the Collective Unconscious and then Soho House. Every month Speakeasy Cinema featured at least one guest who choose an exciting, controversial movie they would like an audience to discuss. However, before the screening no one in the audience knew what they were coming to see. After the film was screened, the audience participated in conversation, with only one purpose: what did you see? What did it mean to you? How did it make you feel?

For our most recent event Bob Berger screened The Loved One. In the Spring 2013 Season Tony Torn brought PERFORMANCE, Kim Jackson brought F IS FOR FAKE, Alix Lambert brought DEATH BY HANGING and Miao Wang brought WOMAN IN THE DUNES. Previous seasons’ guests included Tom Gilroy, Peter Mattai, Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, Jem Cohen, Norman Spinrad, Debra Eisenstadt, Josh Gilbert, Nelson Cabrera, Pedro Carvajal, Signe Baumane, Jonthan Stern, Robert Milazzo, Michael Badalucco, Joe Maggio, The Zuvuya Collective, Avram Ludwig, Ian Olds, Ira Sachs and Scott Saunders. Every single conversation they inspired was a success because the films they brought are off the beaten path and worthy of our time. We screened AMERICAN JOB, SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR, BONE, BLOOD OF THE BEASTS and PSYCH-OUT, DAY OF THE LOCUSTS, “Films Rescued from Fire (of Chilian censors)”, TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS), SECUESTRO EXPRESS, SEVENTEEN, TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1942 version), MICKY AND MAUDE, 13 TSAMETI, and “A Short Film About Killing” from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s DEKALOG,VIVA ZAPATA!, COME AND SEE, PSYCHOSYMBIOTAXIPLASM, and SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS. (Stesti). Bill Griffith, the creator of Zippy, brought BEING THERE. Many of our conversations took us out of the theater and into nearby bars and restaurants.

As attendees of any experience, our schedules have become more programed, our plans more specific to what we think we want or don’t want. Speakeasy Cinema returns becuase movies were also meant to be enjoyed as an intellectual and emotional surprise and with friends, lovers, family members, dates, strangers or even someone else’steenager.

Speakeasy Cinema has a few rules:

1) our guests bring a film and no one one knows what it is until the lights dim
2) the film can’t be a film the guests have worked on, only a film they love or hate, think is important, inspiring and want to talk about
3) after the film, the audiences and the filmmakers share their experiences watching the film. We talk about ART.
4) industry talk is verboten!
5) we can drink in this theater, so bring a bottle – we provide the corkscrew
6) we do it the third Sunday evening of each month
7) we don’t don’t show documentaries, whatever documentaries are
8) photographs are OK, but no audio or video records of what you say or think. What’s spoken about at Speakeasy Cinema stays at Speakeasy Cinema. END OF STORY.

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Speakeasy Cinema – NYFF Edition: Guest Host Bob Berger – Saturday September 21st at 7pm

In Uncategorized on September 17, 2013 at 1:30 am

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From SPEAKEASY CINEMA creator and host Matt Kohn:

This month’s guest at Speakeasy Cinema is Bob Berger. Bob directed Charlie Victor Romeo. In January, CVR was the first 3-D narrative feature film at Sundance. On September 28th, CVR will have it’s NYC Premiere at the New York Film Festival.

 

So, we’re going to celebrate with a special Saturday evening Speakeasy Cinema. Bob is going to bring a film that will knock your socks off.  Come prepared for something impossible to find elsewhere. This is why we are underground.

 

See you SATURDAY September 21, 7 PM

 

Matt

 

Our location: Page 22 Studio, a workplace for emerging and established Writers, Directors, and Actors, dedicated to the spirit of Geraldine Page.

The address is 435 W. 22nd St, 2nd Floor, NY NY 10011.

The cost will be a donation ($5 suggested).

Please bring drinks you consume responsibly. This particular film will have our first drinking game!

The screening begins at 7 PM.

SPEAKEASY CINEMA is created, produced and hosted by Matt Kohn, Director of CALL IT DEMOCRACY and THE MANUTE BOL SUDAN FILM PROJECT

http://thegracecourtpicturecompany.com/

 

Bob Berger is a founding member of the Collective: Unconscious (C:U) performance space in NYC and has served as Technical Director and New Media Director.  Before creating Charlie Victor Romeo, Bob was one of the original creators, writers, producers and directors of the long running serial play Manifestations, which had five successful six/ten-month seasons amounting to over 40 separate episodes and over 150 performances. Berger worked for CNN in New York as a Studio Engineer and Field Cameraman before leaving to pursue a Master’s Degree in Interactive Telecommunications at NYU. He now works developing/deploying robotic systems to migrate the content locked on magnetic tape based media to archive quality digital files. These systems are used by libraries and archives to insure the preservation and access of our audio/visual heritage.

 

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/charlie-victor-romeo-sundance-film-414218

 

 

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WHAT IS SPEAKEASY CINEMA? WHY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SCREENING SERIES?

 

If you’re new to this list, I created and hosted the independent and underground movie screening series Speakeasy Cinema. Between 2006 and 2009 it was housed at the Collective Unconscious and then Soho House. Every month Speakeasy Cinema featured at least one guest who choose an exciting, controversial movie they would like an audience to discuss. However, before the screening no one in the audience knew what they were coming to see. After the film was screened, the audience participated in conversation, with only one purpose: what did you see? What did it mean to you? How did it make you feel?

 

In the Spring 2013 Season Tony Torn brought PERFORMANCE, Kim Jackson brought F IS FOR FAKE, Alix Lambert brought DEATH BY HANGING  and Miao Wang brought WOMAN IN THE DUNES. Previous seasons’ guests included Tom Gilroy, Peter Mattai, Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, Jem Cohen, Norman Spinrad, Debra Eisenstadt, Josh Gilbert, Nelson Cabrera, Pedro Carvajal, Signe Baumane, Jonthan Stern, Robert Milazzo, Michael Badalucco, Joe Maggio, The Zuvuya Collective, Avram Ludwig, Ian Olds, Ira Sachs and Scott Saunders. Every single conversation they inspired was a success because the films they brought are off the beaten path and worthy of our time. We screened AMERICAN JOB, SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR, BONE, BLOOD OF THE BEASTS and PSYCH-OUT, DAY OF THE LOCUSTS, “Films Rescued from Fire (of Chilian censors)”, TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS), SECUESTRO EXPRESS, SEVENTEEN, TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1942 version), MICKY AND MAUDE, 13 TSAMETI, and “A Short Film About Killing” from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s DEKALOG,VIVA ZAPATA!, COME AND SEE, PSYCHOSYMBIOTAXIPLASM, and SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS. (Stesti). Many of our conversations took us out of the theater and into nearby bars and restaurants.

 

As attendees of any experience, our schedules have become more programed, our plans more specific to what we think we want or don’t want. Speakeasy Cinema returns becaase movies were also meant to be enjoyed as an intellectual and emotional surprise and with friends, lovers, family members, dates, strangers or even someone else’s teenager.

 

Speakeasy Cinema has a few rules:

 

1) our guests bring a film and no one one knows what it is until the lights dim

2) the film can’t be a film the guests have worked on, only a film they love or hate, think is important, inspiring and want to talk about

3) after the film, the audiences and the filmmakers share their experiences watching the film. We talk about ART.

4) industry talk is verboten!

5) we can drink in this theater, so bring a bottle – we provide the corkscrew

6) we do it the third Sunday evening of each month (NOT THIS MONTH)

7) we don’t don’t show documentaries, whatever documentaries are

8) photographs are OK, but no audio or video records of what you say or think. What’s spoken about at Speakeasy Cinema stays at Speakeasy Cinema. END OF STORY.

Speakeasy Cinema: Guest Host Alix Lambert – Sunday April 14th 7pm

In Uncategorized on April 1, 2013 at 9:01 pm

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From SPEAKEASY CINEMA creator and host Matt Kohn:

This month’s Speakeasy Cinema guest is Independent Spirit Nominee Alix Lambert, an author-filmmaker as comfortable in Deadwood as with hardcore Russian prisons. Attend and enjoy her very rare pick for the third of four limited-edition screenings — we will have something to talk about.

To open the night, as an homage to our departed cinema friend Roger Ebert, I encourage everyone to come with one short quote from any film criticism about a specific film. We will go around the room, reading our chosen quotes aloud….

Drop off your taxes at the main post office and take a walk down to Chelsea….. See you Sunday!
Matt

WHAT IS SPEAKEASY CINEMA? WHY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SCREENING SERIES? 

If you’re new to this list, I created and hosted the independent and underground movie screening series Speakeasy Cinema. Between 2006 and 2009 it was housed at the Collective Unconscious and then Soho House. Every month Speakeasy Cinema featured at least one guest who choose an exciting, controversial movie they would like an audience to discuss. However, before the screening no one in the audience knew what they were coming to see. After the film was screened, the audience participated in conversation, with only one purpose: what did you see? What did it mean to you? How did it make you feel?

Guests included Tom Gilroy, Peter Mattai, Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, Jem Cohen, Norman Spinrad, Debra Eisenstadt, Josh Gilbert, Nelson Cabrera, Pedro Carvajal, Signe Baumane, Jonthan Stern, Robert Milazzo, Michael Badalucco, Joe Maggio, The Zuvuya Collective, Avram Ludwig, Ian Olds, Ira Sachs and Scott Saunders. Every single conversation they inspired was a success because the films they brought are off the beaten path and worthy of our time. We screened AMERICAN JOB, SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR, BONE, BLOOD OF THE BEASTS and PSYCH-OUT, DAY OF THE LOCUSTS, “Films Rescued from Fire (of Chilian censors)”, TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS), SECUESTRO EXPRESS, SEVENTEEN, TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1942 version), MICKY AND MAUDE, 13 TSAMETI, and “A Short Film About Killing” from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s DEKALOG,VIVA ZAPATA!, COME AND SEE, PSYCHOSYMBIOTAXIPLASM, and SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS. (Stesti). Many of our conversations took us out of the theater and into nearby bars and restaurants.

As attendees of any experience, our schedules have become more programed, our plans more specific to what we think we want or don’t want. Speakeasy Cinema returns becuase movies were also meant to be enjoyed as an intellectual and emotional surprise and with friends, lovers, family members, dates, strangers or even someone else’s teenager.

Speakeasy Cinema has a few rules:

1) our guests bring a film and no one one knows what it is until the lights dim
2) the film can’t be a film the guests have worked on, only a film they love or hate, think is important, inspiring and want to talk about
3) after the film, the audiences and the filmmakers share their experiences watching the film. We talk about ART.
4) industry talk is verboten!
5) we can drink in this theater, so bring a bottle – we provide the corkscrew
6) we do it the third Sunday evening of each month
7) we don’t don’t show documentaries, whatever documentaries are
8) no audio or video records of what went down. What’s spoken about at Speakeasy Cinema LE stays at Speakeasy Cinema. END OF STORY.

Our location: Page 22 Studio, a workplace for emerging and established Writers, Directors, and Actors, dedicated to the spirit of Geraldine Page.
The address is 435 W. 22nd St, 2nd Floor, NY NY 10011.
The cost will be a donation ($5 suggested).
Please bring drinks you consume responsibly.
The screening begins at 7 PM.
SPEAKEASY CINEMA is created, produced and hosted by Matt Kohn, Director of CALL IT DEMOCRACY and THE MANUTE BOL SUDAN FILM PROJECT
http://thegracecourtpicturecompany.com/

Speakeasy Cinema Presents: Beth B – Sunday, February 16th at 7pm

In Uncategorized on February 12, 2013 at 12:24 pm

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This Sunday, we are proud to bring Beth B to Speakeasy Cinema.  Her filmography is not only legend, but critical to independent filmmaking in NYC. From the earliest moments of her career, she created daring and groundbreaking films that were both part of and commentary on an engaged culture of freedom-provoking rebellion. She has continued to push that edge.  Beth B’s latest work, Exposed, is a non-fiction feature about eight performers who are using their naked bodies in spectacular and provocative ways to tease and criticize society. It’s about liberation of the body…and the mind. There is a wonderful trailer at www.exposedmovie.com. Exposed will have it’s NYC Theatrical Premier at The IFC Center from March 14th to 20th. Everyone is invited to the Premiere Party — 10pm at Dixon Place on March 13.

Come see the beautiful film she brings to the Speakeasy!

PHIM COLEO, opening act!

Sunday, February 16th, 7:00 PM (tonight is a half hour earlier than usual)

Torn Page Studio, 435 W. 22nd St, 2nd Floor, NY NY 10011.

The cost is $10 suggested donation.

Torn Page Studio is a workplace for emerging and established Writers,

Directors, and Actors, dedicated to the spirit of Geraldine Page.

Please bring a bottle – just ask for the corkscrew….

Please RSVP at…   speakeasycinemanycrsvp@gmail.com

Like us if you so desire… https://www.facebook.com/SpeakeasyCinemaUSA

SPEAKEASY CINEMA is created, produced and hosted by Matt Kohn, Director

of CALL IT DEMOCRACY and THE MANUTE BOL SUDAN FILM PROJECT

http://thegracecourtpicturecompany.com/

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WHAT IS SPEAKEASY CINEMA? WHY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SCREENING

SERIES?

If you’re new to this list, I created and hosted the independent and underground movie screening series Speakeasy Cinema. Between 2006 and 2009 it was housed at the Collective Unconscious and then Soho House. Every month Speakeasy Cinema featured at least one guest who choose an exciting, controversial movie they would like an audience to discuss. However, before the screening no one in the audience knew what they were

coming to see. After the film was screened, the audience participated in conversation, with only one purpose: what did you see? What did it mean to you? How did it make you feel?

For our most recent events Ewan Bremner brought out the the classic PALM BEACH STORY Lynne Sachs unspooled 16mm films of Ernie Gehr, and Bob Berger screened The Loved One a nearly forgotten film written by Terry Southern. In the Spring 2013 Season Tony Torn brought PERFORMANCE, Kim Jackson brought F IS FOR FAKE, Alix Lambert brought DEATH BY HANGING  and Miao Wang brought WOMAN IN THE DUNES. Previous seasons’ guests included Tom Gilroy, Peter Mattai, Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, Jem Cohen, Norman Spinrad, Debra Eisenstadt, Josh Gilbert, Nelson Cabrera, Pedro Carvajal, Signe Baumane, Jonthan Stern, Robert Milazzo, Michael Badalucco, Joe Maggio, The Zuvuya Collective, Avram Ludwig, Ian Olds, Ira Sachs and Scott Saunders. Every single conversation they inspired was a success because the films they brought are off the beaten path and worthy of our time. We screened AMERICAN JOB, SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR, BONE, BLOOD OF THE BEASTS and PSYCH-OUT, DAY OF THE LOCUSTS, “Films Rescued from Fire (of Chilian censors)”, TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS), SECUESTRO EXPRESS, SEVENTEEN, TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1942 version), MICKY AND MAUDE, 13 TSAMETI, and “A Short Film About Killing” from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s DEKALOG,VIVA ZAPATA!, COME AND SEE, PSYCHOSYMBIOTAXIPLASM, and SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS. (Stesti). Many of our conversations took us out of the theater and into nearby bars and restaurants.

As attendees of any experience, our schedules have become more programed, our plans more specific to what we think we want or don’t want. Speakeasy Cinema returns because movies were also meant to be enjoyed as an intellectual and emotional surprise and with friends, lovers, family members, dates, strangers or even someone else’s teenager.

Speakeasy Cinema has a few rules:

1) our guests bring a film and no one one knows what it is until the lights dim

2) the film can’t be a film the guests have worked on, only a film they love or hate, think is important, inspiring and want to talk about

3) after the film, the audiences and the filmmakers share their experiences watching the film. We talk about ART.

4) industry talk is verboten!

5) we can drink in this theater, so bring a bottle – we provide the corkscrew

6) we do it the third Sunday evening of each month

7) photographs are OK, but no audio or video records of what you say or think. What’s spoken about at Speakeasy Cinema stays at Speakeasy Cinema.

END OF STORY.

Speakeasy Cinema Weekend at Page 22! Saturday 11/23: Geraldine Page Birthday! Sunday 11/24: Guest Host John Grey! Both Screenings at 730pm

In Film, Page 22, Speakeasy Cinema, Uncategorized on November 22, 2012 at 6:11 pm

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from Speakeasy Cinema’s Matt Kohn:

This month’s we have two Speakeasy Cinema events in a row.

Saturday the 23rd, I will host the 2nd Annual Geraldine Page Birthday Screening. It’s also a Speakeasy, we so will keep the film a secret until you arrive. Our guest will be James Grissom, author of Follies of God, a book about five days spent with Tennessee Williams.

On Sunday, 24th, Our guest is the inimitable NYC film attorney/producer Jonathan Gray. Fun? Yes. If I say anymore, I’ll give it all away.

Take the risk with us!  Both events are at 7:30.

JONATHAN GRAY is an award-winning independent film producer and practicing attorney concentrating in independent film for nearly two decades. Jonathan is the founding partner of Gray Krauss Stratford Des Rochers LLP (“GKSD”), an adjunct professor at Columbia University, and a frequent lecturer at New York University and the School of Visual Arts. Jonathan’s most recent endeavors as an executive producer include Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel (Samuel Goldwyn Films), The Truth About Emanuel (Tribeca Films) and Blue Caprice (IFC Films). GKSD has performed production counsel services on over 400 films, including: Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire, The Visitor, The Station Agent, Black Swan, Beasts of the Southern Wild, The Beginners and Another Earth.

Sunday’s event will feature Nimesh Patel, comedian, and Jim Coleman, DJ.

The Location:

Page 22 Studio, 435 W. 22nd St, 2nd Floor, NY NY 10011.

The cost is $10 suggested donation. Please bring libations you consume responsibly.

Page 22 Studio is a workplace for emerging and established Writers, Directors, and Actors, dedicated to the spirit of Geraldine Page.

Like us if you so desire…

https://www.facebook.com/SpeakeasyCinemaUSA

SPEAKEASY CINEMA is created, produced and hosted by Matt Kohn, Director of CALL IT DEMOCRACY and THE MANUTE BOL SUDAN FILM PROJECT

http://thegracecourtpicturecompany.com/

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WHAT IS SPEAKEASY CINEMA? WHY IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER SCREENING SERIES?

If you’re new to this list, I created and hosted the independent and underground movie screening series Speakeasy Cinema. Between 2006 and 2009 it was housed at the Collective Unconscious and then Soho House. Every month Speakeasy Cinema featured at least one guest who choose an exciting, controversial movie they would like an audience to discuss. However, before the screening no one in the audience knew what they were coming to see. After the film was screened, the audience participated in conversation, with only one purpose: what did you see? What did it mean to you? How did it make you feel?

For our most recent events Lynne Sachs unspooled 16mm films of Ernie Gehr, and Bob Berger screened The Loved One a nearly forgotten film written by Terry Southern. In the Spring 2013 Season Tony Torn brought PERFORMANCE, Kim Jackson brought F IS FOR FAKE, Alix Lambert brought DEATH BY HANGING  and Miao Wang brought WOMAN IN THE DUNES. Previous seasons’ guests included Tom Gilroy, Peter Mattai, Susan Buice and Arin Crumley, Jem Cohen, Norman Spinrad, Debra Eisenstadt, Josh Gilbert, Nelson Cabrera, Pedro Carvajal, Signe Baumane, Jonthan Stern, Robert Milazzo, Michael Badalucco, Joe Maggio, The Zuvuya Collective, Avram Ludwig, Ian Olds, Ira Sachs and Scott Saunders. Every single conversation they inspired was a success because the films they brought are off the beaten path and worthy of our time. We screened AMERICAN JOB, SONGS FROM THE SECOND FLOOR, BONE, BLOOD OF THE BEASTS and PSYCH-OUT, DAY OF THE LOCUSTS, “Films Rescued from Fire (of Chilian censors)”, TOGETHER (TILLSAMMANS), SECUESTRO EXPRESS, SEVENTEEN, TO BE OR NOT TO BE (1942 version), MICKY AND MAUDE, 13 TSAMETI, and “A Short Film About Killing” from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s DEKALOG,VIVA ZAPATA!, COME AND SEE, PSYCHOSYMBIOTAXIPLASM, and SOMETHING LIKE HAPPINESS. (Stesti). Many of our conversations took us out of the theater and into nearby bars and restaurants.

As attendees of any experience, our schedules have become more programed, our plans more specific to what we think we want or don’t want. Speakeasy Cinema returns becuase movies were also meant to be enjoyed as an intellectual and emotional surprise and with friends, lovers, family members, dates, strangers or even someone else’steenager.

Speakeasy Cinema has a few rules:

1) our guests bring a film and no one one knows what it is until the lights dim

2) the film can’t be a film the guests have worked on, only a film they love or hate, think is important, inspiring and want to talk about

3) after the film, the audiences and the filmmakers share their experiences watching the film. We talk about ART.

4) industry talk is verboten!

5) we can drink in this theater, so bring a bottle – we provide the corkscrew

6) we do it the third Sunday evening of each month

7) we don’t don’t show documentaries, whatever documentaries are

8) photographs are OK, but no audio or video records of what you say or think. What’s spoken about at Speakeasy Cinema stays at Speakeasy Cinema. END OF STORY.”