Q Night at the Movies March 21

KLRU Q - Night at the Movies

Variety Studio Actors on Actors at 6:30 pm
An intimate conversation between some of the greatest actors working today. Featuring Mark Ruffalo “Foxcatcher” and Jessica Chastain “Interstellar”, Eddie Redmayne “The Theory of Everything” and Laura Dern “Wild”, Josh Brolin “Inherent Vice” and J.K. Simmons “Whiplash”, Kevin Costner “Black and White” and James Corden “Into the Woods”.

On Story A Conversation With Damon Lindelof at 7:29 pm
Damon Lindelof discusses his hand in some of the most celebrated and scrutinized works of science fiction over the past five years, and how much of their success is attributed to writing stories that leave a lot up to one’s imagination. Followed by Martin Rosete’s allegorical short film, VOICE OVER, about a few extreme situations that literally take your breath away.

Fred MacMurray: The Guy Next Door at 7:56 pm
Amiable and unassuming, Fred MacMurray went from small-town boy to one of Hollywood and television’s most enduring stars. MacMurray signed his first contract with Paramount Studios in 1934, and quickly rose to play romantic lead roles opposite such major stars as Claudette Colbert, Carole Lombard, Katharine Hepburn, Paulette Goddard and Marlene Deitrich. However, his true talents were revealed when he went against type and appeared as a murderer opposite Barbara Stanwyck in Billy Wilder’s film-noir classic Double Indemnity (1944).

Roger Moore: A Matter of Class at 8:46 pm
Roger Moore has traveled from working-class South London to the Riviera’s glamorous St. Paul de Vence, from just another contract player to The Saint and 007, from struggling film extra to Hollywood superstar, from unknown office boy to UNICEF’s Ambassador-at-Large. Here is Roger Moore’s own story, as told by the famous actor himself.

Ain’t It Cool With Harry Knowles at 9:37 pm
Film Critic/Historian Leonard Maltin and Harry fully explore nearly a century of animation in cinema. After Maltin arrives in the magical basement via animator’s Max Fliesher’s hand, they discuss their childhood joy and love for a medium that still clearly inspires both of them. They chat about everything from early silent Russian cartoons to racially insensitive ones such as Disney’s Song of the South.

Film School Shorts Creature Comforts at 10:05 pm
Caterwaul (CalArts): An aging fisherman seeking closure over the death of his wife develops an unusual relationship with a lobster. A short film by Ian Samuels.
Josephine and the Roach (USC): A surreal, offbeat story about a cockroach who falls in love with the woman whose apartment he infests. They make beautiful music together, but her brutish husband stands in the way of their happiness. A short film by John Langager.