Friday, February 23rd
7:00pm – The Song of Sway Lake
100 min, dir. Ari Gold
A young jazz collector (Rory Culkin) plots to rob his wealthy grandmother (Mary Beth Peil) of a rare 78 record, but his plan is derailed when his accomplice (Robert Sheehan) falls for the glamorous matriarch. “The Song of Sway Lake” is a lush romantic drama about the vanished grace of America, and the spell cast by the melodies of the dead.
Opening Night party to immediately follow the film. No additional ticket purchase necessary.
Thank you to Safeway (Proctor) and Whole Foods Market for donating food for the event!
Sunday, February 25th
4:30pm – 42 Grams
82 min, dir. Jack C. Newell
After working at some of the world’s best restaurants, Jake’s aggressive personality kept him from finding a kitchen to call home. A chef without a restaurant, Jake began cooking fifteen-course menus out of his apartment. Alongside his dedicated wife Alexa, their “underground” restaurant becomes a foodie hot spot. The experience is unique: they present refined flavors while dirty dishes soak in their bedroom. A year later, they take out a lease on an abandoned chicken joint to open a real restaurant, 42 Grams. The film follows them developing menus, hiring and firing staff, shows Jake’s temper, the strains on their marriage, and, extraordinarily, the awarding of two Michelin stars.