Media : Special screenings


Andrew Adamson, Vicky Jenson (2001)
Experience the original ogre love story free at Time Warner Cable’s “Movie in the Park” event. Free activities for children; food and drink will be available for purchase. Blankets and chairs encouraged. O.P. Schnabel Park. Friday, June 23. 8-10 p.m. 9606 Bandera Rd. More information at

Howard Hughes (1943)
A stolen horse, the love of a woman, and an old-fashioned western fight make up this story of the odd friendship between Doc Holliday and Billy the Kid. Outdoor screening at La Tuna Bar and Grill. Thursday, June 22. Pre-show at dusk, feature at 9 p.m. Probandt and Cevallos. 212-9373. Admission by donation; bring chairs and blankets, no coolers.

Jia Zhangke (2004)
The daily loves, friendships, and dreams of the twentysomethings from China’s remote provinces who come to live and work at Beijing’s World Park. Part of Texas Public Radio’s Cinema Tuesdays at the Bijou at Crossroads. Tuesday, June 27. 7:30 p.m. $10 for members, $12 for non-members. 496-2221.

TANGOS: EL EXILIO DE GARDEL (Tangos, the Exile of Gardel)
Fernando E. Solanas (1985)
Exiled Argentineans in Paris seek solace by connecting to their culture through the tango. Sunday, June 25. 4 p.m. Instituto de México, 600 HemisFair Plaza. 227-0123.

Francois Dupeyeron (2003)
Love, respect, and the teachings of the Koran between an old, Turkish market owner and a young Jewish boy in Paris. SA Museum of Art. Tuesday, June 27. Refreshments at 6 p.m., film at 7 p.m. Free for members, $10 for non-members. 200 W. Jones Ave. 978-8183.

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