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FILM SCREENINGS

  • Sleeper

    1973. USA. Woody Allen. 103 min.

  • Bridgehampton

    1998. USA. John Canemaker. 7 min.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008, 6:00 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1



  • Sleeper

    1973. USA. Directed by Woody Allen. Screenplay by Allen, Marshall Brickman. Music by Allen. Music by Allen. With Allen, Diane Keaton. Allen plays the Jewish "Rip Van Winkle" Miles Monroe, a Greenwich Village jazz musician and proprietor of the Happy Carrot Health Food Restaurant who wakes up from a two-hundred-year cryogenic sleep to a Big Brother America obsessed with human cloning, genetically modified vegetables, and immediate gratification—mostly of the sexual sort. One of Allen's wildest and funniest films is also the only one to have been scored and performed by the director himself. The syncopated rhythms of the film's Dixieland and swing numbers are perfectly attuned to its silent-era slapstick routines. 103 min.

  • Bridgehampton

    1998. USA. Directed and animated by John Canemaker. Music by Fred Hersch. Canemaker, an Academy Award–winning animation filmmaker, paints a beautifully impressionistic portrait of his garden over the changing seasons. 7 min.

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