Tim Burton Film Fest: Big Eyes
This October, immerse yourself in the dark, whimsical world of Tim Burton with a curated selection of four films spanning his career. Since the 80s, Burton has stood out amongst directors as a master of fantasy, horror, and romantic films that showcase his distinctive style.
- Tues. 10/3 @ 5:30 PM: Sleepy Hollow. 106 minutes. Rated R. Starring Johnny Depp, Christina Ricci, Miranda Richardson, Casper Van Dien, and Michael Gambon.
- "A detective with unconventional methods of investigation is sent to probe a series of gruesome murders in which the victims' heads have been lopped off, thus strengthening the local legend of a Headless Horseman."—Swank Motion Pictures Inc.
- Thurs. 10/12 @ 3:00 PM: Big Eyes. 106 minutes. Rated PG-13. Starring Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz, Danny Huston, Krysten Ritter, and Jason Schwartzman.
- "Biopic of artist Margaret Keane, who lived in obscurity while her husband Walter shot to fame by claiming that he was responsible for her popular portraits of little children with saucer-like eyes."—Swank Motion Pictures Inc.
- Sat. 10/21 @ 11:00 AM: Pee-Wee's Big Adventure. 90 minutes. Rated PG. Starring Paul Reubens, Mark Holton, Diane Salinger, Judd Omen, and Jan Hooks.
- "Pee-wee's bicycle, the keenest bike in the world, is missing. It's his most prized possession...and he's just got to get it back. Searching high, low and in between, Pee-wee hits the open road and encounters riotous adventures with bikers, bums, cowboys, cons, a phantom trucker and a waitress with wanderlust and even Warner Bros. Studios."—origamiinthegardenfilm.com
- Thurs. 10/26 @ 3:00 PM: Beetlejuice. 93 minutes. Rated PG. Starring Michael Keaton, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, Jeffrey Jones, and Catherine O'Hara.
- "A happy couple with a lovely country house die in a car accident and must haunt their old home while waiting to be processed into heaven. Too nice to be scary, they befriend the new tenant's daughter. When they fail to prevent the girl's parents from ruining the house, they ask a devilish spirit for help."—Swank Motion Pictures Inc.
Light refreshments served.