February at 92YTribeca: Paul Rudd!

I know a few folks who love Paul Rudd so much that I almost bought them tickets to Rudd’s February 4 appearance at 92YTribeca, but I didn’t. There’s some intriguing stuff on the schedule—including screenings of Gosford Park and The Real Cancún—which I’m pasting here with minimal tweaking because it’d take me hours to reformat it (because for some reason the fonts go buggy when I paste the organization’s releases—and even worse, this time there’s a happy face with sunglasses on it that I can’t get rid of. WTF?).

Tue, Feb 2, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | MAO’S CHINA, MCCARTHY’S AMERICA AND THE PERSECUTION OF JOHN S. SERVICE
Nearly 30 years before President Nixon shook Mao Zedong’s hand, U.S. Foreign Service Officer John S. Service’s meetings with Mao and other top guerrilla leaders began a complicated and difficult relationship between the U.S. and communist China. Citing recently released government documents, Emmy-winning journalist Lynne Joiner explores the life and work of Service, telling the fascinating story of a man who became a target of nationalist Chinese leader Chiang Kai-shek’s supporters and was the first victim of Senator Joe McCarthy’s infamous anti-Communist crusade. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 3, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | EXPECT TO WIN: STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS
In a time of economic and job insecurity, people need to prove that they are essential and indispensable to their company. According to Carla A. Harris, a 20-year veteran of Wall Street, knowledge and diligence simply aren’t enough to successfully climb the corporate ladder in today’s competitive work environment. Sharing advice found in her book, Expect to Win: Proven Strategies for Success from a Wall Street Vet, Harris describes her ascent to the top and offers strategies that ensure career advancement and success in any industry. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 3, Doors 6 pm, $20 adv / $25 door
Mashable NextUp NYC | THE FUTURE JOURNALIST
The fourth Mashable NextUp NYC during Social Media Week will focus on the changing skills and traits of journalists in a changing media landscape. As the news industry looks to reconstruct its suffering business model, the journalists of today must adapt their skill sets for the growing world of online media. The night will consist of networking, as well as a conversation and Q&A with Sree Sreenivasan (Professor and Columbia Journalism School Dean of Student Affairs and contributing editor of DNAinfo.com) and Vadim Lavrusik (new media journalist and digital media graduate student at Columbia University Journalism School). 92YTribeca.org/Talks

Wed, Feb 3, 8 pm, $12
Film | DIVORCE, ITALIAN STYLE
It’s like Mad Men in the boot of Europe! Trapped in a suffocating marriage, legally unable to divorce his wife, Marcello Mastroianni has only one socially acceptable option—set up his wife with another man, then shoot her as an adulterer. Director Pietro Germi’s Academy-Award winning satire is a brutal take on Italy’s most dearly held misogynies, as well as a beautifully photographed dream of old world style. Host Elliott Kalan will discuss the double-edged danger of committed satire, how a director can make or destroy a comedy, and the Theory of Gomez Addams. Part of the series Closely Watched FilmsDirector: Pietro Germi. 105 min. 1961. 35mm. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Thu, Feb 4, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | THEY’RE YOUR PARENTS, TOO! HOW SIBLINGS CAN SURVIVE THEIR PARENTS’ AGING
As their parents age, boomer siblings are experiencing a tumultuous kind of family reunion—one often charged with resentment, anxiety, guilt and conflict. In fact, research shows that the greatest source of interpersonal stress for caregivers of parents is their siblings. Journalist and boomer expert Francine Russo offers invaluable insight and advice to help siblings communicate and collaborate more effectively on the challenges of care-giving, decision-making and more. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 4, 7 pm, $12
Film | TOE TO TOE
Join director Emily Abt in person for this film about turning against your girl friends, and then saving them. At a politically correct prep school in Washington DC two girls -one black, one white- go toe to toe. Jesse is a privileged but troubled white girl whose sexual tendencies pull her towards self-destructive behavior. Tosha is a fiercely determined African-American from Anacostia, one of DC’s most impoverished areas. Both new seniors and star players on their school’s lacrosse team, the two girls click despite their differences. But their fledgling friendship begins to falter when they discover their shared interest in Rashid, a dashing Lebanese deejay. Director: Emily Abt. 104 min. 2009. 92YTribeca.org/Film

paul-rudd-courtesy-92ytribecaThu, Feb 4, 9 pm, $15
Comedy Below Canal™ | BRO’IN OUT WITH LEO & TONY feat. PAUL RUDD
Somewhere between “The Dick Cavett Show” and “After Dark with Hugh Hefner” lies “Bro’In Out with Leo & Tony.” In this live talk/variety show, host Leo Allen, ‘sidekick’ Tony Caminand bartender Jawnee Conroy welcome real celebrity guests, including Paul Rudd [left] for a straight up talk-show with booze, swearing, sketches and music. 92YTribeca.org/Comedy

TWO SCREENINGS: Fri, Feb 5, 7:30 pm & 10 pm, $12
Film | MAKE-OUT WITH VIOLENCE
In its New York Premiere, Make-Out with Violence, the first feature-length film from the Deagol Brothers which had its premiere at SXSW, is a genre-bending tale of a boy trying to fulfill his unrequited love for a girl who has risen from the dead. At once dark and warm, humorous and tragic, Make-Out with Violence offers a fresh perspective on the supernatural and a sincere and heartfelt look at the sorrow of loss and the pain of growing up. The Deagol Brothers in person for Q&A. Director: The Deagol Brothers. 105 min. 2008. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Fri, Feb 5, Shabbat Dinner 7 pm, Performance 9 pm, $35 Shabbat only, $15 performance only, $45 combined
Shabbat Dinner + Music | JOSHUA NELSON: KOSHER GOSPEL
In celebration of Black History Month, 92YTribeca is proud to present Joshua Nelson, “The Prince of Kosher Gospel Music,” in a special Shabbat dinner and concert in our Mainstage. Kosher gospel is a way for Nelson to claim both parts of his identity as a Black Jew. While the word “gospel” is usually associated with African-American Christian churches, the musical styling is African, pre-dating the West Africans’ introduction to Christianity. Nelson has shared the stage with such notables as Aretha Franklin, Jamie Fox, Maya Angelou, Wynton Marsalis, Dionne Warwick, and President Barack Obama. 92YTribeca.org/Music

Sat, Feb 6, 8 pm, $10
Film | IRON MULE SHORT COMEDY FILM FESTIVAL
This month’s program of short films includes three shorts by acclaimed cartoonist and illustrator Laurie Rosenwald, including one made in collaboration with David Sedaris.  He offered her some short diary entries to make into short animated films and recorded himself reading one of them into her iphone. Plus, a film that was 17 years in the making and Iron Mule’s first ever on camera exploding car! With hosts Jay Stern and Victor Varnado, and guest judge writer/comedian Ritch Duncan (tru.TV.com, The Werewolf’s Guide to Life). For full film info, see: 92YTribeca.org/Film

Rev. Billy at the Highline BallroomSat, Feb 6, Doors 7 pm, $10
Music | REVEREND BILLY & THE LIFE AFTER SHOPPING GOSPEL CHOIR
Reverend Billy & The Life After Shopping Gospel Choir have traveled all over the world performing their mix of theater, ritual and music dedicated to the earth, justice, a fair economy, and the return of free expression to public space. They pursue these goals through creative resistance to Consumerism, Militarism and the corporations who profit from these systems. Since 1996, the project has expanded from a one-man performance artist preaching against consumerism on the sidewalks of Times Square to a 35-person choir and 7-person band with dozens of original songs, a critically acclaimed stage show, a major motion picture and multiple media platforms. 92YTribeca.org/Music

Sun, Feb 7, 11 am, $15
B.Y.O.K. (“Bring Your Own Kid”) | MOEY’S MUSIC PARTY
Known in kiddie circles as “The Pied Piper in Pink,” award-winning off-Broadway songstress Melissa Levis, aka Moey, bolsters her sing-alongs about “getting dressed,” “sharing,” and “sitting while you eat” with a clean indie pop backbeat peppered with acoustic guitars, alternating between the quirkier side of Feist and the amiable down-home cookies-in-the-oven swagger of Loretta Lynn. Says Grandparents.com: “Each track sounds like The Bangles playing a block party on Sesame Street.” 92YTribeca.org/BYOK

Mon, Feb 8, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | HOW TO SAVE YOUR OWN LIFE: 15 LESSONS ON FINDING HOPE IN UNEXPECTED PLACES
In the midst of the current recession, more and more people are losing it all—and surviving. Michael Gates Gill’s story is an example of how a life turned upside down can become one fulfilled. The son of New Yorker writer Brendan Gill, Michael grew up meeting the likes of Ezra Pound and Ernest Hemingway. He had an Ivy League education, a big house in the suburbs, a loving family and a six-figure salary; today, he is divorced, working for an hourly wage at Starbucks, living in a small apartment and enjoying his days as never before. Sharing lessons learned from his own life, Gill shows how it is possible to make a leap to a better life at any point, regardless of your age, career path or family situation. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Tue, Feb 9, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | TECHSTYLE 101
Televisions, home theaters, music systems, lighting controls and more—technology is everywhere in our homes. Don’t let it hijack your space or destroy your decor and style. Whether you’re a tech-weary homeowner or a design professional looking for ideas, learn about the latest techniques used to blend, hide and beautify the electronic boxes, wires, wall-chargers and remote controls that clutter our lives. See why “dressing your tech” is essential. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 10, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | HYPOCHONDRIACS: WE ALL KNOW ONE
In his new book, The Hypochondriac: Nine Tormented Lives (Faber & Faber, Feb 2, 2010), Brian Dillon explores the real and imagined worlds of some well-known sufferers: James Boswell, Charlotte Brontë, Charles Darwin, Florence Nightingale, Glenn Gould and Andy Warhol among them. Join Dillon as he unravels the connections between real and imagined illness, irrational fear and rational concern, and get a better understanding of those who scour the Internet seeking to find the source of their fantastical symptoms. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 10, 6:30 pm, $12
Talks | AN EVENING WITH DEAR OLD LOVE feat. ANDY SELSBERG, EMILY GOULD, TOM SHILLUE
Join us for an evening of reading, discussion and perhaps even a song or two inspired by the book and website Dear Old Love. This is not “anti-Valentines,” but rather a tribute to vintage valentines and the people we’ve loved (or at least liked), requited or unrequited. Readers include Emily Gould, author of And the Heart Says…Whatever to be published by the Free Press this Spring, Andy Selsberg, editor of the book and website Dear Old Love, writer and comedian Tom Shillue, and more. 92YTribeca.org/Talks

Wed, Feb 10, 7 pm, $12
Film | GOSFORD PARK
Join us for a screening of this whodunit plus conversation with film editor Tim Squyres and author Bobbie O’Steen. As a hunting party gathers at the country estate, no one is aware that before the weekend is over, someone will be murdered – twice! The police are baffled but the all-seeing, all-hearing servants know that almost everyone had a motive. This critically-acclaimed murder mystery features a who’s who of celebrated actors, including Clive Owen, Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren and Kristen Scott Thomas. After the screening, O’Steen will sign her two books, “The Invisible Cut:  How Editors Make Movie Magic” and “Cut To The Chase:  Forty-Five Years of Editing America’s Favorite Movies,” which she wrote with legendary Hollywood film editor Sam O’Steen. Director: Robert Altman. 138 min. 2001. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Wed, Feb 10, 9 pm, $6
Comedy | CHANNEL 101: NY MONTHLY SCREENING
The destiny of TV entertainment is in your hands! During this monthly screening, new five-minute shows from the best young writers and directors in NYC battle it out for the right to be turned into a series. The top five shows become the new “prime time” lineup for the following month; losing shows are banished forever. Wouldn’t it be great if all television worked this way? Come vote for your favorite! 92YTribeca.org/Comedy

Thu, Feb 11, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | SIX SELF-PROMOTION STRATEGIES
Marc Scoleri, author of the eBook Jumpstart Your Creative Career, describes some of the most effective ways you can promote yourself as a professional. Learn how to overcome a lack of industry experience, how to establish an online presence, self-branding, informational interviews, social networks, industry-related organizations and using recruiters. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

the-real-ccancun-courtesy-92ytribecaThu, Feb 11, 8 pm, $12
Film | THE REAL CANCUN
Seemingly inspired by the breakout success of Jackass: The Movie, the producers of the long-running MTV reality show The Real World decided to test out their formula in a multiplex environment with this jaw-dropping spectacle of American youth gone preposterously idiotic. The fact that The Real Cancun was shot in only ten days during March of 2003, concurrent with our country’s invasion of Iraq, makes it one of the more unintentionally brilliant statements of hypocrisy of the decade. That it was released in theaters only five weeks later makes it a legitimate poster child for the burgeoning digital revolution of the early 21st century. As a sloppy assemblage of spoiled, attractive young party animals gather to do body shots, dance, and make out like horny banhees and banshees, all hope for the future is tossed away like an empty bottle of Cuervo. In spite of itself, it’s a genuine Misunderstood Gem. Part of the series Hammer to Nail Presents Misunderstood Gems: 2000-2009Director: Rick De Oliveira. 96 min. 2003. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Thu, Feb 11, 9 pm, $15
Comedy Below Canal™ | MORTIFIED: HEARTBREAK HOLIDAY
Mortified is a comic excavation of teen angst artifacts – journals, letters, poems, lyrics, home movies, stories and more – as shared by their original authors before total strangers. As the largest and longest running project of its kind, Mortified’s grassroots comedy collective has spent years sifting through hundreds of otherwise forgotten notebooks on a mission to celebrate the extraordinary lives of ordinary people — all in the noble pursuit of self-degradation. 92YTribeca.org/Comedy

Fri, Feb 12, 12 pm, $20
Daytime | APHRODISIACS
Get ready for Valentine’s Day with an amusing discussion on the myths and realities of aphrodisiacs. Discover the foods reported to have unleashed passion in everyone from Cleopatra to the Marquis de Sade. Explore the stories behind aphrodisiacs like frog saliva, rhinoceros horns, oysters, truffles and caviar with noted food historian Francine Segan, and sample a few classic aphrodisiac dishes. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Fri, Feb 12, 7 pm & 9 pm, $12
Film | CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONS: THE SHORT FILMS OF AL JARNOW
Beginning with his work for Sesame Street, Al Jarnow deconstructed the world for an entire generation, but his mind wandered beyond the confines of educational programming. Delving into New York’s avant-garde film scene alongside Harry Smith, Jonas Mekas and Stan Brakhage, Jarnow created a body of awe-inspiring films that remain in the collections of MOMA and Pompidou Center. The screening will include 60 minutes of shorts followed by a short documentary that deconstructs his creative process. Jarnow will introduce both shows and participate in a Q&A after the 7pm show. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Fri, Feb 12, Doors 8:30 pm, $15
Music | THE HACKENSAW BOYS, MORGAN O’KANE
Imagine the Carter Family meets the Ramones, and prepare yourself for a night of raucous fiddlin’, pickin’ and stompin’ as The Hackensaw Boys tear into town to once again take our fair stage by storm. The Hackensaw Boys first began playing their joyful blend of old-time tinged music on the streets of Charlottesville in the autumn of 1999. Their music, while drawing upon the spirit of the mountains, is sophisticated and informed by the best elements of punk rock and classic country, with a healthy dose of bluegrass thrown in. With Morgan O’Kane. 92YTribeca.org/Music

Sat, Feb 13, 7 pm, $12
Film | MORE SHOES
Join director Lee Kazimir in person for a film about one man’s struggle against physical limits, cultural barriers, and his own doubts to find inspiration on the road. Stuck in a dead-end job and haunted by grander dreams of making movies, Lee Kazimir reads some offhanded advice from a well-known filmmaker, who says that aspiring directors could learn what the art of cinema truly means by “walking alone for five thousand kilometers — let’s say from Madrid to Kiev.” Kazimir decides to take the advice literally, flies to Madrid and sets out on foot toward Kiev on a route that arcs some 3,000 miles across the breadth of Europe and traces through the heart of seven countries.  Through encounters both hilarious and heartrending, Kazimir begins to realize that to understand film-making, he will first have to understand life itself.  Director: Lee Kazimir. 73 min. 2008. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Sun, Feb 14, 11 am, $15
B.Y.O.K. (“Bring Your Own Kid”) | THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
Created by Seattle band Central Services, Board of Education is a power pop outfit with strong echoes of their Pacific Northwest compatriots the Shins and the Posies. Fronted by a former elementary school teacher and published children’s novelist, the band has something for all ages. 92YTribeca.org/BYOK

Wed, Feb 17, 6:30 pm, FREE
Film | THE QUIET ONE
Made in cooperation with the Wiltwyck School for Boys, at Esopus, NY, this docu-drama is an account of a 10-year-old emotionally disturbed black boy who is unwanted, misunderstood, and inwardly tortured. In rehabilitation at the Wiltwyck School, the emotional damage has been so severe that he becomes “the quiet one.” With commentary written by James Agee and cinematography by photographer Helen Levitt. Free screening with 16mm film print from the collection of the New York Public Library. All films are courtesy of the Reserve Film and Video Collection of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. Directors: Sidney Meyers. 65 min. 1948. 16mm. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Wed, Feb 17, 8:30 pm, $8
Film | SHORT SLAM
It’s a poetry slam for the screen! Show your film (12 min or less on DVD only, please) and pad the house with your friends—audience noise determines the winner. Each slam (7 total) will be hosted by a different industry professional, i.e. someone aspiring filmmakers will want to impress, and the winners of each will face off in the season finale on May 19 for the grand prize of JetBlue tickets. Sign-up is on a first-come basis and will begin a half hour before the screening. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Thu, Feb 18, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | BLOGGERS ON THE BUS
In the last decade, the Internet has radically changed the way political candidates run campaigns; social networking sites, YouTube and blogs have become important vehicles for political activism. Award-winning journalist Eric Boehlert provides an unprecedented portrait of the power brokers pioneering the major shift in today’s media and describes how the efforts of these bloggers—the “netroots”—have permanently altered the character of campaign strategy. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Thu, Feb 18, 7 pm, $12
Comedy | THE NEWS DISTILLERY
92YTribeca presents The News Distillery, New York’s first live news comedy game show. Our panel of current event “experts,” including comics, writers and newsmakers, face off for a series of quick comedy games and spontaneous conversations about news, entertainment and whatever else pops into their heads. 92YTribeca.org/Comedy

Fri, Feb 19, 7:30 pm, $30 adv / $35 door
Shabbat Dinner | ENTERTAINMENT SHABBAT w/TV GUIDE ONLINE’S PAUL GREENBERG
Is there a “situation,” if you miss this week’s Jersey Shore? Have you elected to be on team Conan or team Jay? If so, this entertainment Shabbat is perfect for you! After we dine on a delicious Shabbat dinner prepared by 92YTribeca’s own master chef Russ Moss, our special guest Paul Greenberg, Executive Vice President and General Manager of TV Guide Online, will speak about the recent Tonight Show controversy, the surge in reality television programming, and the new technological changes affecting digital media. 92YTribeca.org/JewishLife

Fri, Feb 19, 8 pm, $10
Film | KEVIN GEEKS OUT ABOUT…MONKEYS!
Kevin Geeks Out is the comedy-variety show of vintage film clips and videos, new finds, guest experts, games and curiosities hosted by writer-comedian Kevin Maher. This month, Kevin Geeks Out about MONKEYS! The 2-hour show will feature dozens of clips from classic (and lesser-known) movies and TV shows, as well as Saturday morning cartoons, pop songs and comedy shorts about apes, chimps, gorillas, orangutans, baboons and more. With special guests cartoonist Michael Kupperman, “spoken nerd” artist Ernie Cline, writerM. Sweeney Lawless, veteran comics editor Dan Raspler, author and professor Geoff Klock, and quizmaster Noah Tarnow of “Big Quiz Thing.” Each admission includes a heaping helping of Gorilla Munch cereal (donated by Nature’s Path) plus a special surprise that will make you the envy of their friends and a hero of small children. Part of the series Kevin Geeks Out92YTribeca.org/Film

Sat, Feb 20, 11 pm, $13 (ticket includes one beer)
Film | AN AMERICAN TAIL SING-ALONG
Never Say Never to a sing-along! Steven Spielberg’s first animated presentation tells the story of Fievel Mousekewitz and his family of Russian-Jewish mice who flee their 19th century homeland for America in an effort to escape Czarist rule in cat form. Upon arrival in New York City, Fievel is accidentally separated from the rest of his clan. On his quest to reconnect with his family, he realizes America may not be all that different and clings to the hope that his family is Somewhere Out There. Director: Don Bluth. 80 min. 1986. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Sun, Feb 21, 11 am, $15
B.Y.O.K. (“Bring Your Own Kid”) | DAVID GROVER AND THE BIG BEAR BAND
David Grover, called “the Jerry Garcia of the elementary school set,” has been compared to Mr. Rogers, Paul Simon and James Taylor with a bit of Kermit the Frog. From his roots performing for 20 years with Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger to original songs about peace, tolerance and taking care of the planet, Grover’s folky songs make him irresistible across the generations. 92YTribeca.org/BYOK

Mon, Feb 22, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | FDR’S INNER CIRCLE
Providing a new perspective on an often-told story, New York Times writer Adam Cohen zeroes in on the first 100 days of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s presidency and the five aides who had the most influence on his activities: Agriculture Secretary Henry Wallace, presidential aide Raymond Moley, Budget Director Lewis Douglas, Labor Secretary Frances Perkins and Civil Works Administration Director Harry Hopkins. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 24, 12 pm, $16
Daytime | AND GOD SAID: HOW TRANSLATIONS CONCEAL THE BIBLE’S ORIGINAL MEANING
Are there “mistakes” in the English translations of the Hebrew Bible and in the New Testament that quotes from it? Professor and author Joel M. Hoffman, PhD, gives a compelling account of significant mistranslations and misleading English in the Bible, raising such questions as: What’s wrong with the Ten Commandments and the word “commandment?” and: What is the surprising message in the Song of Solomon? 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Thu, Feb 25, 12 pm, $20
Daytime | CHEESE TALK AND TASTING
Discover the exciting origins of one of our oldest and favorite foods—cheese. Find out how the ancients created this wonderful, creamy treat and explore the origins of many of our favorite cheeses with food historian Francine Segan. Sample more than a dozen varieties of cheese from around the world, with accompaniments like chili marmalade, quince paste and fig and nut jam. 92YTribeca.org/Daytime

Wed, Feb 25, 7 pm, $12
Film | SIMONAL – NO ONE KNOWS HOW TOUGH IT WAS (SIMONAL – NIGUEM SABE O DURO QUE DEI)
Wilson Simonal, with his charisma, kindness, swing, charm, sex appeal, and of course, talent, was the most successful star in Brazil and even made fans abroad. Then all of a sudden it was over. Gossip, accusations, mysteries, patrols and pursuits; whatever happened to Wilson Simonal? Simonal – No One Knows How Hard It Was, portrays the impressive trajectory of a former army private that reigned sovereign in pop culture to end up ostracized for a crime of which he swore innocence. Part of the series Cinema Tropical’s Music + Film Series: Janeiro in New York. Directed by Claudio Manoel, Micael Langer, Calvito Leal. 86 min. 2008. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Sat, Feb 26, 8 pm, $12
Film | FAMILY JAMS
See Devendra Banhart, Joanna Newsom and Vetiver like you never have before in this New York film premiere. Director/musician Kevin Barker followed the trio of “freak folk” musicians as they toured the country performing their genre-defining music. Through their journey, they help each other overcome family tragedies and car accidents, and meet colorful characters, forgotten musical heroes, and folk luminaries. Kevin Barker in person for post-screening Q&A and musical performance. Co-presented by Argot Pictures and Factory 25.Director: Kevin Barker. 2009. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Sat, Feb 27, 8 pm, $12
Film | ST. NICK
Come meet director David Lowry in person for “the best film at SXSW 2009.” St. Nick is the story of a brother and sister (aged 11 and 8) on the run. They’ve left their home for some unknown reason, and are living in the woods, hiding in barns and sheds, doing what they can to survive. As the bitter Texas winter sets in, they strike up residence in an abandoned country house and, for a brief period, manage to escape the harsh realities of their circumstances. Director: David Lowery. 86 min. 2008. 92YTribeca.org/Film

Sun Feb 28, 11 am, $15
B.Y.O.K. (“Bring Your Own Kid”) | UNCLE ROCK CD RELEASE PARTY
Celebrate the release of The Big Picture, Uncle Rock’s newest CD and salute to classic rock heroes like David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Ramones and Johnny Cash. 92YTribeca.org/BYOK

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