What We Left Behind, the documentary about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, is playing in theaters on Monday, May 13th. Want to see it at Regal Union Square Stadium 14? (There are other NYC locations too in case you just want to see it by yourself.) Buy your ticket ahead of time via Fathom Events.
She's Beautiful When She's Angry, a 2014 documentary of the modern women's movement in the US is playing at the Music Box either from March 13 to 15 or March 13 to 19 (The Music Box only has showtimes for the weekend, but the film's website says "One week only!"). In any event, I'm going to the Sunday Matinee, if anyone is interested in joining me. We can saunter to a nearby bar afterward. Screening is at 2:30, but I've set the time for 2:00pm, cause I'm picky about my movie seating. [more inside]
I've arranged for a one-time, free screening of the recently-released documentary The Internet’s Own Boy (previously) and I thought that other local Mefites (you exist, right?) might be interested in coming to see it. [more inside]
COBRA! will be in town for a conference, and in conjunction with that conference and MFAH, The Aurora Picture Show (the vessel into which our own sweet *s pours her blood, sweat and tears) is showing a documentary downtown on Discovery Green. Let's plan on getting there and staking out a spot around 7pm and enjoying a bit of a picnic nosh before the movie starts at 8pm! (Like all good things in life, this event is free.)
A documentary about giant roadside attractions. [more inside]