“HANNiBAL THE CANNiBAL Double Bill”
Saturday, September, 3 @ The Roxie Theater

MiDNiTES FOR MANiACS and SPOKE ART present
Saturday, September 03, 2016 @ The Roxie Theater
“HANNiBAL THE CANNiBAL” Double Bill

Spoke Art will be presenting a brand new limited edition screen print for Jonathan Demme’s The Silence of the Lambs by David Moscati, available for purchase exclusively for attendees.

SotL

The Silence of the Lambs
7:00 pm

Released in 1991, Rated R, 118 minutes long

Directed by Jonathan Demme
Containing Jodie Foster

Watch the trailer

Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the only Horror film to ever win an Oscar for Best Picture (much less sweep all five of the main categories!) FBI trainee Clarice Starling (Foster) is quite simply one of cinema’s most important she-roes. This top notch thriller pits her into the psychological depths of not just one (Hannibal Lecter), not two (Buffalo Bill), but a terrain of terrifying troublemakers. Showcasing stunning camerawork, horrific set designs, jaw-dropping editing and complex gender issues that are literally taught in film schools around the world. You do not want to miss this Widescreen (1.85) 35mm presentation courtesy of Park Circus.

Manhunter
9:30 pm

Released in 1986, Rated R, 119 minutes long

Directed by Michael Mann
Written by Michael Mann
Cinematography by Dante Spinotti
Containing William Petersen, Joan Allen, Brian Cox, Dennis Farina, Tom Noonan

Watch the trailer

Made five years before the Oscar sweeping phenomena of The Silence of the Lambs, this prequel follows FBI agent Will Graham (Petersen) as he spirals into the minds of multiple maniacs including cinema’s first brush with Hannibal Lecter (played strikingly by Brian Cox.) Director Michael Mann’s neo-noir, neon aesthetic makes this hyper-stylized, spine-chiller one of the most unnerving films of the 1980s. Some might argue that Manhunter is one of the major influences on modern TV and movies. Come find out for yourself with the 30th Anniversary, Widescreen (2.35) 35mm presentation courtesy of UCLA. Preceded by 35mm trailers.