THE COEN BROTHERS: THE MEN WHO WEREN’T THERE
My friends at the Trylon Cinema, along with the Heights Theater, are hosting a MASSIVE Coen Brothers marathon. It all starts with one of my all-time favorite movies, Fargo. Here is their description of the series and a breakdown of what movies, what format, and when to see them
St. Louis Park’s Coen Brothers have built a career of brilliant films that defy classification. Their supremely entertaining creations take cues from such directors as Howard Hawks, David Lynch, and Preston Sturges—and from westerns, film noir, screwball comedies, and musicals. You always know it’s a Coen Brothers movie. You just might not know what it means.
May 2 – Fargo (Heights Theater, DCP)
May 3 – May 5 – The Man Who Wasn’t There (Trylon, 35mm)
May 9 – Raising Arizona (Heights, DCP)
May 10 – May 12 – The Hudsucker Proxy (Trylon, 35mm)
May 16 – O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Heights, 35mm)
May 17-19 – Barton Fink (Trylon, 35mm)
May 23 – The Big Lebowski (Heights, DCP)
May 24-26 – Miller’s Crossing (Trylon, DCP)
May 24-26 – Blood Simple (Trylon, DCP)
May 30 – No Country for Old Men (Heights, 35mm)
May 31- June 2 – A Serious Man (Trylon, 35mm)
I hope you can make it out to the Trylon or the Heights as the Coens are not to be missed on the big screen. You’ll want to see that Roger Deakins cinematography in all its glory. Click HERE to visit their website for more tickets and to buy tickets.