WITH MUSIC BY... A SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS SERIES
October 22 to October 28
Lisa Rovner’s Sisters with Transistors helped to bring fresh recognition to some of electronic music’s often overlooked female pioneers—now, alongside Rovner’s crate-digging documentary, you can check out some of the far-out sounds that these women produced for equally wild movies. Plug into Bebe and Louis Barron’s fully electronic score to Forbidden Planet (1956), an industry first! Thrill and trill with Wendy Carlos’s Switch-On Bach in A Clockwork Orange (1971)! And in these and other films, including The Shining and The Incredible Shrinking Woman, salute a generation of groundbreaking gearheads.
DIRECTED BY JOEL SCHUMACHER
Lily Tomlin puts her full array of comic gifts on display playing four different roles in screenwriter Jane Wagner’s sly feminist reworking of the 1957 science-fiction classic The Incredible Shrinking Man.
SUN, OCT 24 2:30PM
Sisters with Transistors
DIRECTED BY LISA ROVNER
Rovner’s superb documentary showcases the music of and rare interviews with female electronic pioneers and demonstrates that these women relished the freedom of electronic music, even as they were discriminated against because of their gender and their chosen medium.
DIRECTED BY STANLEY KUBRICK
Kubrick turned King’s 1977 novel into something like a grotesquely distorted creative autobiography, the story of an obsessive perfectionist artist whose maddening caretaker residence at the vast, isolated Overlook Hotel has him reaching for the fire axe
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The Incredible Shrinking Woman
Directed by Joel Schumacher
Lily Tomlin puts her full array of comic gifts on display playing four different roles in screenwriter Jane Wagner’s sly feminist reworking of the 1957 science-fiction classic The Incredible Shrinking Man.Watch Now