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- Anderson, Wes
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- Kaneko, Shûsuke
- Kelly, Gene
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- Luhrmann, Baz
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- Mankiewicz, Joseph L.
- Marianne, Elliott
- Mendes, Sam
- Meriwether, Graham
- Okawara, Takao
- Ortega, Kenny
- Oz, Frank
- Ozon, François
- Pavich, Frank
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- Polanski, Roman
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- Schoedsack, Ernest B.
- Simkin, Michael
- Vargas, Jose Antonio
- Wise, Robert
May 5USA | 1955 | 79 Minutes | Robert Gordon
The same year Godzilla began terrorizing American audiences, producer Charles Schneer and special-effects legend Ray Harryhausen created this atomic-mutated, radioactive, giant octopus thriller, featuring the glorious stop-motion destruction of San Francisco's greatest landmarks.
April 19, 2014USA | 1973 | 108 | Norman Jewison
An Easter weekend event! – Apr 19
Free Jesus guitar picks! Director Nornam Jewison (Fiddler on the Roof) brings Tim Rice and Anderw Lloyd Webber's rock opera, one of the most successful musicals of the 1970s, to the big screen. This groundbreaking reimagining of the final weeks of Christ was filmed on location in Israel.
May 4 - 7, 2014USA | 1933 | 100 Minutes | Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. Schoedsack
The original story of the 50-foot-ape remains one of the most exciting and well-made adventure movies of all time and is filled with iconic movie moments: the arrival at the mysterious Skull Island, Kong fighting with dinosaurs, Fay Wray in the giant ape's hand, and of course the final showdown at the top of the Empire State Building.
May 4Japan | 1962 | 91 Minutes | Ishirô Honda
The two mightiest monsters of all time! As the Mighty Kong escapes from his island of magical berries(!), a submarine crew in deep ocean release Godzilla from his icy lair. They clash in a brawl that goes from Tokyo to the top of Mt. Fiji. Made more for kids than horror fans, this is also the first film to feature either iconic monster in glorious color.
April 19, 2014USA | 1986 | 94 Minutes | Frank Oz
Co-presented by ACT Theatre and 5th Avenue Theatre – Apr 19
Feed me, Seymour! Director Frank Oz's playful big screen adaptation of the carnivorously hilarious musical returns to the big screen. Pre-film introduction by Seattle's favorite plant lover Ciscoe Morris.
May 3Japan | 1961 | 88 Minutes | Ishirô Honda
The first female beast in the Toho giant-monster line-up, Mothra appears a giant larva worshipped by island tribesmen and guarded by inch-high twin sisters (cute!), then transforms into a beautiful giant moth and takes on the Japanese air force. Original Japanese version with English subtitles.
April 22, 2014USA | 1992 | 121 Minutes | Kenny Ortega
Now a hit Broadway musical, Disney's film about the 1899 Newsboy Strike was a failure on its initial release, but this high-energy musical has become a fan favorite thanks to a rousing soundtrack and an exuberant young cast featuring a young Christian Bale leading the way.
April 18, 2014USA | 1984 | 111 Minutes | Albert Magnoli
With free inflatable guitars and Prince music video sing along! Prince's autobiographical movie debut features some bitchin' concert scenes, a legendary soundtrack, and the chance to see his Purple Badness at the peak of his popularity.
May 11USA | 1968 | 136 Minutes | Roman Polanski
Mother's Day from Hell! – May 11
Nothing says "I love you, Mom" like turning her into an unholy vessel that will give birth to the dark lord, unleashing Hell-on-Earth. So grab your mother and head on down for a special Mother's Day screening of Roman Polanski's terrifying thriller about a young woman who discovers that her unborn child is controlling her life.
April 20, 2014USA | 1952 | 103 Minutes | Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly
Gotta dance! This visual buffet features some of the greatest dance sequences ever committed to film including Gene Kelly's iconic title dance, Donald O’Connor's non-stop pratfalls, Debbie Reynolds' perky performance, and—vavoom—Cyd Charisse steaming up the room druing the stunning "Broadway Melody."