On this week’s Q Night at the Movies, after an all-new On Story, The Last Picture Show and Film School Shorts feature new beginnings. Arnel Pineda, new lead singer of Journey, faces his own new beginnings on Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey. And finally, catch up on the bands you missed from SXSW 2015.
On Story Rectify: Ray McKinnon on Characters & Culture at 7:30 pm
Ray McKinnon, creator of the Sundance Channel’s breakout hit, Rectify, details how to capture the personality of a culture through establishing strong characters, tone and atmosphere. The short film Spanola Pepper Sauce Company follows, directed by McKinnon and written by Graham Gordy, suggesting there’s more brewing in Spanola, AK than just its fine pepper sauce cooking.
All-Star Film Collection The Last Picture Show at 8 pm
The lives of high schoolers (Timothy Bottoms, Jeff Bridges), a debutante (Cybill Shepherd) and others overlap in a dying 1950s Texas town.
Film School Shorts Where Do We Go From Here? at 10:05 pm
- 11-Minute Mile – When an arrogant young day-trader is delayed at an airport during the Boston Marathon bombing, the threat of tragedy brings a moment of clarity.
- Keep the Change – David has autism, but he prides himself on not being rigid, “like that movie, Rain Man.” He enjoys chasing women, offensive humor and “exclusive clubs,” but he comes to reevaluate “normal” when he meets a new love interest at a support group.
Independent Lens Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey at 10:31 pm
This film follows the real life rock ‘n’ roll fairy tale of Filipino Arnel Pineda, who was plucked from YouTube to become the front man for iconic American rock band Journey. Arnel must now navigate the immense pressures of replacing a legendary singer and leading a world-renowned band on their most extensive world tour in years.
SXSW Flashback 2015 at 12 am
Presenting clips from and info about the films you loved or that slipped under your radar this past year, SXSW Flashback features interviews with the creative forces behind various SXSW hits.
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