46 independent movies from Nov. 8 to 16, mostly at the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. You can see each individually or buy an All-Access pass, or Film Festival pass.
Schedule here: https://loftfilmfest.org/films/
“Revenge of the Nerds” with star Curtis Armstrong (aka “Booger”) in person!
Wednesday, November 8 at 7:30pm
DIRECTED BY Jeff Kanew, 1984, USA, 90 mins, Rated R
“Meet acclaimed actor Curtis Armstrong in person at a special screening of the
1984 comedy classic, Revenge of the Nerds, filmed in Tucson on the University of
Arizona campus! Curtis will participate in a post-film Q&A, and copies of his new
memoir, Revenge of the Nerd: Or … The Singular Adventures of the Man Who WouldBe Booger, will be available for sale and signing at this event following the Q&A,courtesy of University of Arizona BookStores. Please note there is a two item limitper person for the signing. Signatures and photographs are free.
Nerds, Nerds, Nerds, Nerds, NERDS! In the beloved Tucson-shot college comedy
Revenge of the Nerds, geeky freshmen Gilbert (Anthony Daniels) and Lewis (Robert
Carradine) are having a hard time fitting in among the jocks and cool kids at
Adams College (played by the University of Arizona).”
“My Neighbor Totoro” / Free Outdoor Screening! Friday, November 10 at 6:30pm FREE ADMISSION DIRECTED BY Hayao Miyazaki, 1988, Japan, 86 mins, “Rated G Join us for a free outdoor screening of one of the most endearing and internationally renowned family films of all time, a film that Roger Ebert called “one of the five best movies” ever made for children, Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is a deceptively simple tale of two girls, Satsuki and Mei, who move with their father to a new house in the countryside. They soon discover that the surrounding forests are home to a family of Totoros, gentle but powerful creatures who live in a huge and ancient camphor tree and are seen only by children. As with much of Miyazaki’s work, at its core My Neighbor Totoro is about human-kind’s relationship to the Earth, and viewers are left with a sense of wonder at the beauty, mystery and preciousness of the world around us. This special Loft Film Fest screening will take place outdoors at Himmel Park on “Hippie Hill”, located at 1000 N Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716. FREE ADMISSION. *Please bring your own seating.”
Entire film schedule of 40 independent films listed at:
PASSES ON SALE NOW! General: $125 | Loft Members: $100
“Passholders will have priority seating and a guaranteed seat 20 minutes prior to all screenings in Screen 1. Passholders who want to attend a screening in Screen 3 are asked to get a free ticket at the box office to guarantee a seat.
Member-level passes are available to current Loft Cinema members only. If you select the member-level pass, your information will be cross-checked against our records. One pass per member. Passes are non-transferable, and may be used by one person only. Passes will be available for pick-up at the box office starting November 9. Passes will not be mailed and must be picked up by the purchaser or giftee (matching ID required). Questions? Contact us at 520-322-5638, or firstname.lastname@example.org”
Loft Cinema is at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. in Tucson, Arizona.
Carolyn’s note: My group the Southern Arizona Japanese Cultural Coalition is a Community Partner for two Japanese films showing in this fest: “After the Storm” on Nov. 10, and “Creepy” on Nov. 11. Check out the trailers for both films on the Loft’s website.
See you at the movies.
For full program of 44 movies, go to www.loftcinema.com. The Loft is located at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. in Tucson, east of Country Club Rd.
Single Screening Admission: $10 general; $8 Loft members
Festival Passes: $125 general; $100 Loft members
Showings of films from 8 different film festivals, almost all at the Temple of Music & Art, 330 S. Scott Ave.in downtown Tucson. Only exception is “Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore” (filmed in Tucson) at the Loft theater at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. on Saturday night.
And the Tucson Cine Mexico film on Saturday night, 7 p.m. is FREE.
For tickets and more activities prior to the films, go to: http://www.tucsonfestivaloffilms.com/schedule/#. Tickets for each movie are $8, or $9.27 with a service fee for booking online.
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Tagged "Alive Doesn't Live Here Anymore", Arizona International Film Festival, Arizona Underground Film Festival, Loft Cinema, Loft Film Fest, Native Eyes Film Showcase, Temple of Music & Art, Tucson Cine Mexico, Tucson Festival of Films, Tucson Film & Music Festival, Tucson International Jewish Film Festival, Tucson Terrorfest
Thursday, October 16 – Sunday, October 19, at the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. Tucson
Presented by Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment and Cox Communications
Experience hand-selected festival favorites from the wrold’s best film festivals and meet internationally-renowned artists from the world of independent cinema. This year’s guests include Larry McMurtry, Bruce Dern, Stacy Keach, the Zellner Brothers, Clare McNulty and More!
More info about tickets and full schedule (downloadable) : https://loftcinema.com/event/loft-film-fest2014/