They don't have the rest of the schedule up, but as soon as it is I'll let you know.
Friday, May 6
Saturday, May 7
Sunday, May 8
At the Trylon, the Toru Takemitsu series continues with the film Pale Flower. The film follows a gangster recently released from prison and his involvement with a gambling addict. It's being released on Criterion on May 17th.
The Walker is hosting British conceptual artist Gillian Wearing and a screening of her movie Self Made. Back in 1995 she got one of her first breaks at the Walker in a showcase on young British artists. This documentary features amateurs in an intense acting seminar.
Saturday, May 7, 20117:30 pmWalker Cinema
$8 ($6 Walker members and students with valid ID)
And here's a roundup of what's elsewhere: We have The Sound of Music playing all week at the Heights. Cedar Rapids playing all week at the Parkway, which is also showing at the Riverview, along with The Adjustment Bureau among other films. Riverview also has a poll open asking when you want to view a Harry Potter marathon at their theater. When St Anthony isn't showing the best of MSPIFF, you can check out film adaptations Thor and Jane Eyre, and the Paul Giamatti vehicle Win Win. You can also check out the top rated MSPIFF movie, Bill Cunningham New York, at Edina this week, while another fest favorite, Morgan Spurlock's The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, is at the Lagoon. You might also want to check out the Kelly Reichardt film Meek's Cutoff and the Cannes Grand Prix winning Of Gods and Men at Edina.