LO AND BEHOLD: REVERIES OF THE CONNECTED WORLD (USA 2016; NR)
Tuesday October 11, Thursday October 13, Saturday October 15 @ 7:30PM; Sunday October 16 @ 1, 3:05PM.
Another mind-blowing documentary from one of the world’s master directors. Werner Herzog ponders the import and meaning of the internet, which has radically transformed the modern world – for both better and worse – in an instant of historical time.
“An elegant survey of the origins of the information revolution and a shrewd analysis of how the internet has reshaped the world. It’s one of the director’s best docs”-Philadelphia Inquirer.
“The virtual future may be now, but LO AND BEHOLD, with its stimulating volley of insights and ideas, always feels persistently, defiantly human” – Variety.
“A modestly profound and consistently fascinating musing” – Screen International.
Direction: Werner Hertzog
TICKETS: $6.00 adults, $4.00 seniors, $3.00 Clark students, faculty and staff (with ID)
TUESDAY OCTOBER 18-SUNDAY OCTOBER 23 – CINEMA 320 TAKES A ONE-WEEK BREAK.
COMING IN TWO WEEKS:
TRAIN TO BUSAN (South Korea 2016; NR)
Tuesday October 25, Thursday October 27, Saturday October 29 @ 7:30PM; Sunday October 30 @ 1, 3:25PM.
Coming for Halloween, something you don’t see every day – a zombie film with subtitles and a political subtext! A self-centered hedge fund manager and his little daughter are swept up in national chaos aboard the last train to the port city of Busan, the final bastion of human survival against what is officially described as a lethal pandemic of “rabies.” “[Director Sang-Ho] Yeon eschews gore for thrilling set pieces: his fleet, imaginative action scenes recall Brad Bird’s crisp transition to real people in peril when he made his “Mission Impossible” movie” – LA Times.
CINEMA 320 POSTER SALE! These and other former attractions available at $5 per poster. Inquire at the ticket table.