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Texas Theatre presents Sundance Film Festival Satellite Screenings

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Texas Theatre will present Satellite Screenings for the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Most of the screenings will be indoor, but the opening and closing night films will be a drive-in screenings. All screenings are co-supported by the Oak Cliff Film Festival.

Schedule of events

  • January 28: CODA - As a CODA – Child of Deaf Adults – Ruby is the only hearing person in her deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, Ruby finds herself torn between pursuing her love of music and her fear of abandoning her parents. Cast includes Emilia Jones, Eugenio Derbez, and Marlee Matlin. (Drive-in screening)
  • January 29: John and the Hole - A coming of age psychological thriller that plays out the unsettling reality of a kid who holds his family captive in a hole in the ground. (Indoor screening - 7 pm)
  • January 29: In the Earth - As the world searches for a cure to a disastrous virus, a scientist and park scout venture deep in the forest for a routine equipment run. (Indoor screening - 9:30 pm)
  • January 30: Mass - The aftermath of a violent tragedy affects the lives of two couples in different ways. Cast includes Reed Birney, Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs, and Martha Plimpton. (Indoor screening - 4 pm)
  • January 30: El Planeta - After her father’s death, Leo leaves her life as a fashion student in London and returns to her hometown of Gijón, Spain, where her mother is on the verge of eviction. The two scheme their next meal by selling personal items online and running up tabs based on extensive lies. The grifting is delicious, and their familial bond over common tragedy strengthens as evident doom nears. (Indoor screening - 6:45 pm)
  • January 30: Mother Schmuckers - Issachar and Zabulon, two brothers in their twenties, are supremely stupid and never bored, as madness is part of their daily lives. When they lose their ”s beloved dog, they have 24 hours to find it – or she will kick them out. (Indoor screening - 9 pm)
  • January 31: Cusp - In a Texas military town, three teenage girls confront the dark corners of adolescence at the end of a fever dream summer. The filmmakers will be in attendance for live Q&A. (Indoor screening - 3:15 pm)
  • January 31: Jockey - An aging jockey aims for a final championship, when a rookie rider arrives claiming to be his son. A live Q&A with filmmakers Clint Bentley & Greg Kwedar will follow this screening. (Indoor screening - 6 pm) There will also be a virtual filmmaker discussion on February 1 at 7 pm.
  • January 31: The Blazing World - Ever since Margaret (Carlson Young) was six years old, she has been haunted by the memory of watching her sister drown during an explosive fight between her parents. As a young woman, she slides further into her twisted inner life, ultimately finding herself on the brink of suicide. Through an epic journey down the smokiest and scariest corridors of her imagination, she tries to exorcise the demons pushing her closer and closer to the edge. (Indoor screening - 8:30 pm)
  • February 1: Prime Time - In 1999 Sebastian locks himself in a TV studio. He has two hostages, a gun, and an important message for the world. (Indoor screening - 3:45 pm)
  • February 1: Coming Home in the Dark - A school teacher is forced to confront a brutal act from his past when a pair of ruthless drifters takes him and his family on a nightmare road-trip. (Indoor screening - 6 pm)
  • February 1: Judas and the Black Messiah - FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther party when J. Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) fears charismatic leader Chairman Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya) will emerge as a Black Messiah. O’Neal lives in fear of discovery and cannot escape the deadly trajectory of his betrayal. (Indoor screening - 8:15 pm)
  • February 2: Marvelous and the Black Hole - A teenage delinquent (Miya Cech) teams up with a surly children's party magician (Rhea Perlman) to navigate her dysfunctional family and inner demons. (Drive-in screening)

Texas Theatre will present Satellite Screenings for the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Most of the screenings will be indoor, but the opening and closing night films will be a drive-in screenings. All screenings are co-supported by the Oak Cliff Film Festival.

Schedule of events

  • January 28: CODA - As a CODA – Child of Deaf Adults – Ruby is the only hearing person in her deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, Ruby finds herself torn between pursuing her love of music and her fear of abandoning her parents. Cast includes Emilia Jones, Eugenio Derbez, and Marlee Matlin. (Drive-in screening)
  • January 29: John and the Hole - A coming of age psychological thriller that plays out the unsettling reality of a kid who holds his family captive in a hole in the ground. (Indoor screening - 7 pm)
  • January 29: In the Earth - As the world searches for a cure to a disastrous virus, a scientist and park scout venture deep in the forest for a routine equipment run. (Indoor screening - 9:30 pm)
  • January 30: Mass - The aftermath of a violent tragedy affects the lives of two couples in different ways. Cast includes Reed Birney, Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs, and Martha Plimpton. (Indoor screening - 4 pm)
  • January 30: El Planeta - After her father’s death, Leo leaves her life as a fashion student in London and returns to her hometown of Gijón, Spain, where her mother is on the verge of eviction. The two scheme their next meal by selling personal items online and running up tabs based on extensive lies. The grifting is delicious, and their familial bond over common tragedy strengthens as evident doom nears. (Indoor screening - 6:45 pm)
  • January 30: Mother Schmuckers - Issachar and Zabulon, two brothers in their twenties, are supremely stupid and never bored, as madness is part of their daily lives. When they lose their ”s beloved dog, they have 24 hours to find it – or she will kick them out. (Indoor screening - 9 pm)
  • January 31: Cusp - In a Texas military town, three teenage girls confront the dark corners of adolescence at the end of a fever dream summer. The filmmakers will be in attendance for live Q&A. (Indoor screening - 3:15 pm)
  • January 31: Jockey - An aging jockey aims for a final championship, when a rookie rider arrives claiming to be his son. A live Q&A with filmmakers Clint Bentley & Greg Kwedar will follow this screening. (Indoor screening - 6 pm) There will also be a virtual filmmaker discussion on February 1 at 7 pm.
  • January 31: The Blazing World - Ever since Margaret (Carlson Young) was six years old, she has been haunted by the memory of watching her sister drown during an explosive fight between her parents. As a young woman, she slides further into her twisted inner life, ultimately finding herself on the brink of suicide. Through an epic journey down the smokiest and scariest corridors of her imagination, she tries to exorcise the demons pushing her closer and closer to the edge. (Indoor screening - 8:30 pm)
  • February 1: Prime Time - In 1999 Sebastian locks himself in a TV studio. He has two hostages, a gun, and an important message for the world. (Indoor screening - 3:45 pm)
  • February 1: Coming Home in the Dark - A school teacher is forced to confront a brutal act from his past when a pair of ruthless drifters takes him and his family on a nightmare road-trip. (Indoor screening - 6 pm)
  • February 1: Judas and the Black Messiah - FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther party when J. Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) fears charismatic leader Chairman Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya) will emerge as a Black Messiah. O’Neal lives in fear of discovery and cannot escape the deadly trajectory of his betrayal. (Indoor screening - 8:15 pm)
  • February 2: Marvelous and the Black Hole - A teenage delinquent (Miya Cech) teams up with a surly children's party magician (Rhea Perlman) to navigate her dysfunctional family and inner demons. (Drive-in screening)

Texas Theatre will present Satellite Screenings for the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Most of the screenings will be indoor, but the opening and closing night films will be a drive-in screenings. All screenings are co-supported by the Oak Cliff Film Festival.

Schedule of events

  • January 28: CODA - As a CODA – Child of Deaf Adults – Ruby is the only hearing person in her deaf family. When the family’s fishing business is threatened, Ruby finds herself torn between pursuing her love of music and her fear of abandoning her parents. Cast includes Emilia Jones, Eugenio Derbez, and Marlee Matlin. (Drive-in screening)
  • January 29: John and the Hole - A coming of age psychological thriller that plays out the unsettling reality of a kid who holds his family captive in a hole in the ground. (Indoor screening - 7 pm)
  • January 29: In the Earth - As the world searches for a cure to a disastrous virus, a scientist and park scout venture deep in the forest for a routine equipment run. (Indoor screening - 9:30 pm)
  • January 30: Mass - The aftermath of a violent tragedy affects the lives of two couples in different ways. Cast includes Reed Birney, Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs, and Martha Plimpton. (Indoor screening - 4 pm)
  • January 30: El Planeta - After her father’s death, Leo leaves her life as a fashion student in London and returns to her hometown of Gijón, Spain, where her mother is on the verge of eviction. The two scheme their next meal by selling personal items online and running up tabs based on extensive lies. The grifting is delicious, and their familial bond over common tragedy strengthens as evident doom nears. (Indoor screening - 6:45 pm)
  • January 30: Mother Schmuckers - Issachar and Zabulon, two brothers in their twenties, are supremely stupid and never bored, as madness is part of their daily lives. When they lose their ”s beloved dog, they have 24 hours to find it – or she will kick them out. (Indoor screening - 9 pm)
  • January 31: Cusp - In a Texas military town, three teenage girls confront the dark corners of adolescence at the end of a fever dream summer. The filmmakers will be in attendance for live Q&A. (Indoor screening - 3:15 pm)
  • January 31: Jockey - An aging jockey aims for a final championship, when a rookie rider arrives claiming to be his son. A live Q&A with filmmakers Clint Bentley & Greg Kwedar will follow this screening. (Indoor screening - 6 pm) There will also be a virtual filmmaker discussion on February 1 at 7 pm.
  • January 31: The Blazing World - Ever since Margaret (Carlson Young) was six years old, she has been haunted by the memory of watching her sister drown during an explosive fight between her parents. As a young woman, she slides further into her twisted inner life, ultimately finding herself on the brink of suicide. Through an epic journey down the smokiest and scariest corridors of her imagination, she tries to exorcise the demons pushing her closer and closer to the edge. (Indoor screening - 8:30 pm)
  • February 1: Prime Time - In 1999 Sebastian locks himself in a TV studio. He has two hostages, a gun, and an important message for the world. (Indoor screening - 3:45 pm)
  • February 1: Coming Home in the Dark - A school teacher is forced to confront a brutal act from his past when a pair of ruthless drifters takes him and his family on a nightmare road-trip. (Indoor screening - 6 pm)
  • February 1: Judas and the Black Messiah - FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther party when J. Edgar Hoover (Martin Sheen) fears charismatic leader Chairman Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya) will emerge as a Black Messiah. O’Neal lives in fear of discovery and cannot escape the deadly trajectory of his betrayal. (Indoor screening - 8:15 pm)
  • February 2: Marvelous and the Black Hole - A teenage delinquent (Miya Cech) teams up with a surly children's party magician (Rhea Perlman) to navigate her dysfunctional family and inner demons. (Drive-in screening)

WHEN

WHERE

Texas Theatre
231 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75208
https://thetexastheatre.com/series/sundace-film-festival-2021/

TICKET INFO

$15-$25
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