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My Kid Could Paint That and War Dance receive top documentary honors.

October 8, 2007



MY KID COULD PAINT THAT and WAR DANCE are among the year’s ten nonfiction nominees for the International Documentary Association’s annual awards benefit. Other nominees include CRAZY LOVE, MANUFACTURED LANDSCAPES & SICKO.

The winner in the feature film category will be announced live at the 2007 IDA Awards Gala Benefit at the Directors Guild of America Theater on December 7. For a complete list of nominees and the official press release, visit Digital Content Producer.

MY KID COULD PAIN THAT is playing now at the Angelika New York, and opens this month @ the Angelika Dallas. WAR/DANCE opens 11/9 @ the Angelika New York.

MY KID COULD PAINT THAT – the most scandalous 4-year-old around.

October 7, 2007

We sat down with director Amir Bar-Lev as he told us a little bit about the making of his documentary: a fascinating story that starts out as the unveiling of a child prodigy and veers into unpredictably controversial territory that places a four-year-old kid and her family in the eye of an art-world storm.

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MY KID COULD PAINT THAT premiered this Friday, October 5 at the Angelika New York, and opens this month at the Angelika Dallas.

Join us for HITCHCOCKtober every Tuesday this October.

September 26, 2007

Check out the schedule below.

Vertigo……………………………………………….Tuesday, Oct. 2, 7:30 pm

Rear Window……………………………………..Tuesday, Oct. 9, 7:30 pm

Psycho……………………………………………..Tuesday, Oct. 16, 7:30 pm

The Birds…………………………………………Tuesday, Oct. 23, 7:30 pm

Dial â??Mâ? for Murder…………………………Tuesday, Oct. 30, 7:30pm

HITCHCOCKtober HITS THE ANGELIKA PLANO (and you can win stuff)


It’s almost time for Halloween, and who better to celebrate the creepiest month of the year with than Mr. Hitchcock himself? And why wait until December to start getting gifts? We think every holiday should come with presents. That’s why we’ve combined a full schedule of what we think are Alfred Hitchcock’s creepiest, scariest most bizarre films with our HITCHCOCKtober Contest.

If you’re a huge Hitchcock fan or you just want to win stuff, here’s your chance. The rules are simple: submit to us by e-mail any kind of Hitchcock-inspired creativity you want. Songs, film shorts, photo essays, poetry, painting and collage are all encouraged. There are no limits on media so give us what youâ??ve got! Rules and prize packages are detailed below. All entries should be submitted to

The Game:

Submit any form of Hitchcock-inspired creativity to by October 29 for a chance to be featured on our new blog and a shot at one of three Angelika prize packages! Entries will be judged by our film programmer in New York. Winners will be announced at the screening of â??Dial â??Mâ?? for Murderâ? on Oct. 30 at 7:30 pm!

The Rules:

– Contestants must be at least 18 years old to enter.

– Video, musical or other performed entries must be 5 minutes or less.

– Winners must agree to be featured on the new Angelika Blog,

– The Angelika Film Center will own all submissions.

– Work cannot be returned to contestants and digital submissions are strongly encouraged.

The Prizes:

First Place:

– A one-night stay at the Marriott Legacy Town Center

-Dinner & a Movie package with the Angelika and Nicolaâ??s Italian Ristorante

-One â??Alfred Hitchcock – The Masterpiece Collectionâ? DVD box set containing

14 of Mr. Hitchcockâ??s greatest works and a bonus disc containing 14 hours of bonus material

– $50 Cinemoney redeemable at any Angelika Film Center (works like cash!)

– An Angelika T-Shirt, Tote bag and coffee mug

Second Place:

– 5 Tickets to the Angelika Film Center (redeemable at any Angelika Film Center)

– $50 Angelika Cinemoney (redeemable at any Angelika Film Center)

– An Angelika T-Shirt, Tote bag and coffee mug

– $50 gift card to Salâ??s Pizza at the Shops at Legacy

Third Place:

– 5 Tickets to the Angelika Film Center (redeemable at any Angelika Film Center)

– $25 Angelika Cinemoney (redeemable at any Angelika Film Center)


Who’s @ the Angelika?

September 20, 2007


MY KID COULD PAINT THAT director Amir Bar-Lev and indie film mainstay Bart Weiss @ the Angelika Dallas after Monday night’s advance screening and Q&A session.

MY KID COULD PAINT THAT opens October 5 @ the Angelika New York and October 19 @ the Angelika Dallas and Plano.

Get Out Your Short Shorts People

September 19, 2007

QFest is in town (Houston-town)! Their first annual “Show Us Your Shorts Competition Compilation”, featuring 2007’s best queer-themed submissions is just one of the 19 installments that make up this year’s gay-themed festival. Always edgy and relevant, QFest’s lineup includes DAFT PUNK’S ELECTROMA, where the always inventive French electronica duo (think Kanye West’s recent, universally appealing single “Stronger”) try to turn their crazy robotic alter-egos into real flesh and blood. Music fans should also come out for PICK UP THE MIC, an energetic investigation of “homohop” and the tenacious rap-artists keeping the genre alive.

The festival also features an adaptation of the college lit class staple THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, RAY HILL’S PRISON SHOW, a fascinating documentary from gay-rights activist, ex-prison inmate and Houston native Ray Hill, and a few “After Dark” selections that I cannot write about here except to say don’t bring your kids.

QFest begins tomorrow, September 20 and runs through Monday, September 24. For synopses and a full schedule, visit QFest’s official site.

Hola folks. (amigos…)

September 18, 2007

The 9th Annual Vistas Film Festival is coming to the Angelika Dallas tomorrow, September 19. This somewhat interactive Latino film festival offers a full schedule of acclaimed film screenings and offers everyone free sessions, workshops and even coffee with selected filmmakers. The Vistas Festival has always been a mainstay in Dallas so be sure not to miss it. For a full schedule of events, click here.


Who’s @ the Angelika?

September 6, 2007


Whatâ??s your name?
Tevy Bradley

What was your favorite movie of the summer?

What are you seeing at the Angelika tonight?
I was going to see 2 DAYS IN PARIS. I like everything about Europe.

Really? Should we convert to the metric system?
Oh no! Is that on the books? Is that being discussed? No, never. Too much effort.

What do you think of people who make out at the movies?
Depends on the movie. As long as I cant hear it or see it Iâ??m fine.

Would you make out at the movie?
Sure! Wellâ?¦ok. I go to see the movie. If I havenâ??t seen the movie before, Iâ??m going to be watching the movie, period. If I have seen the movie before, I donâ??t normally do that, but I wouldnâ??t be opposed.

Are you a huge movie buff?
Huge. I love the Angelika, seriously though.

What is the most universally useful object in existence?
A book. What do I always have with meâ?¦.a book and an ipod. But those both only do one thingâ?¦but you could kill someone with or bench press the Harry Potter series.

Where were you on Fleet Week?
When was that?

Probably out. I love fleet week though because I have a weakness for men in uniforms. Not that anythingâ??s ever come of itâ?¦.sigh.

Based on your current NYC rent or mortgage, how much property do you think you could afford in Oklahoma?
Oh! Uhâ?¦like I think I could buy a house. Iâ??m from Nashville and I just went home and my friend owns a condo for basically what I pay in rent. Itâ??s a two story condo. Depressing, really. But I wouldnâ??t trade living in the city.