Alibi V.20 No.51 • Dec 22-28, 2011
Film Review The Adventures of Tintin and War Horse Steven Spielberg double-dips with a couple of Christmas blockbusters If you’re a fan of Steven Spielberg (and every filmgoer must be to some degree), then you’re going to find your Christmas stocking overflowing this week. Working like a sweaty elf in Santa’s factory, Mr. Spielberg has delivered not one but two feature films for Christmas.
Idiot Box Angels We Have Heard on HDTV Christmas Eve around the dial Stuck home alone over the holidays like Macaulay Culkin in that movie Home Alone ? Fill in the long, lonely hours that make up Christmas Eve with your good friend, television! The Week in Sloth Highlights from around the dial. Except no one has dials anymore.
Film Along for the Ride Thursday, Jan 18: 5:15-8pm KiMo Theatre
Explore the highs, lows and the phoenix-like ascension of iconic Hollywood maverick Dennis Hopper.
Film Along for the Ride Thursday, Jan 18: 6-8pm KiMo Theatre
Exploring the highs, lows and ultimately, the phoenix-like ascension of iconic Hollywood maverick Dennis Hopper.
Film Bless Me, Ultima (PG-13) Thursday, Jan 18: 7pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
The screen adaptation of Rudolfo Anaya’s iconic work, set in the '40s in rural N.M., that follows a young boy and the mysterious healer who opens his eyes to the wonders of the spiritual realm.
Film Poetry and Film Saturday, Jan 20: 1-3:30pm UNM Continuing Education Building
Study poetic techniques, poems, filmmaking terminology and more.
Film Film: Red Sky at Morning Thursday, Jan 25: 7pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Finding himself a minority in a predominantly Latino community, Josh Arnold must deal with adjusting to a new land and a new culture, making friends, and many other things.
Film Red Sky at Morning Thursday, Jan 25: 7-9pm National Hispanic Cultural Center
Based on the novel by Richard Bradford, an adolescent boy must deal with adjusting to a new land, new culture, making friends, experiencing first love and war.