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Crispin Glover at Pacific Cinémathèque

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011 — 2:11pm PDT
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Pacific Cinémathèque will host an in-person Q&A and screening with Crispin Glover this week as the actor (Back to the Future, Willard, Alice in Wonderland, Hot Tube Time Machine) will present his second feature film as a director, It is Fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE.

Crispin GloverIt is Fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE is a transgressive yet tender psychosexual tale of disability and fantasy starring the late screenwriter and cerebral palsy sufferer Steven C. Stewart.” [source]

Each screening will be preceded by an hour-long audiovisual performance/presentation by Mr. Glover and following each screening there will be a Q&A session and a book signing with Mr. Glover’s books available for sale in the lobby.

Dates: January 14, 15, 16, 2011 at 7:00pm
Tickets: $20 (event is for those 18+)
Location: 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver

Other upcoming events at Pacific Cinémathèque include Chaplin!, a major retrospective of his feature films and many favourite shorts from Janaury 20 until February 11, and the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival February 12-15 and 17. Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, and Pasycho will also be screened in January.

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  1. Angela says:

    Thanks for the information!!! A few of the guys at work love Crispin and the ‘What is it’ Movie and are now excited about this!!

  2. the pair says:

    Just got back from the second night. Saw “It Is Fine” last night. I used to be a fan, but WOW are the two films garbage. Seriously. Save your money and stay home and watch something better…like a test pattern or the outtakes from a Pauly Shore movie.

    If you do go:

    Expect Down’s Syndrome “actors” killing snails and Palsy Porn. That seriously describes the respective films.

    The Q&A was moronic both nights and he seems to prefer stupid questions about Charlie’s Angels to anything intelligent. Ask him what time it is and sit back and he explains how to build a clock and the life story of everyone that he’s ever know who owned a watch. I’m not kidding: it was PAINFUL.

    Book signing: he turns from Mr. Intellectual Breaker of Taboos to a sleazy used car salesman. Not sure if he was ogling my girlfriend or just ignoring me because I didn’t buy his lame books (gosh, sorry I only paid $30 to get in and sat through your cinematic abortions), but in any case he asked her a bunch of questions about “how’d you get here” and “how’d you hear about the movie” like he was channeling his inner telemarketer.

    Just a warning.

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