|Enjoy lunch at Daytona State College's Cafe 101 and follow up with a comfortable seat in the Museum's Madorsky Theater for a look at some great and classic films. Meals at Café 101 are available by reservation only and must be booked separately by calling (386) 506-3859. All screenings occur in the Southeast Museum of Photography’s Madorsky Theater, Daytona campus of Daytona State College. Hosseini Center (Building 1200). Movie admission by donation - No reserve theater seating. Sorry, no popcorn!|
|MOVIE MATINEE - Select Thursdays at 1:30 pm|
This continuing series will showcase the cinema masterworks of some of the most thoughtful and influential directors in recent decades. Both Stanley Kubrick (UK/USA) and Terence Malick (USA) figure amongst cinema’s most unique stylists and each has produced milestone works in twentieth century film culture. Kubrick’s work ranges from early masterpieces like Spartacus to rarely seen iconic titles like A Clockwork Orange and the classic war film Paths of Glory. Malick’s recent blockbuster The Tree of Life has piqued interest in his earlier visionary works.
September 6 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., 1960) 184 min.
An epic historical drama that tells the story of a captured Thracian warrior enslaved by the Romans, and placed in gladiator school, where he battles to save his life, and leads a violent revolt against the Roman Empire to gain his freedom and become reunited with his wife, who was also condemned to slavery. It stars Kirk Douglas as Spartacus and Laurence Olivier as his foe.
September 13 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., Britain, 1975) 184 min.
British-American period romantic war film produced, written, and directed by Stanley Kubrick. Based on the 1844 novel The Luck of Barry Lyndon by William Makepeace Thackeray, the film recounts the exploits of an 18th century Irish adventurer who wins the heart of a wealthy widow and assumes her dead husband’s aristocratic position. Starring Ryan O'Neal as Barry Lyndon.
September 20 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., 1962) 152 min.
Set in the 1950’s, this comedy-drama film is based on the classic novel of the same title by Vladimir Nabokov. James Mason plays Humbert, a 40-something British professor of French literature who rents a room from landlady Shelley Winters. Winters immediately falls for the worldly Humbert, but he only has eyes for her nymphet daughter Dolores nicknamed Lolita.
|Paths of Glory
September 27 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., 1957) 88 min.
Anti-war film based on the novel of the same name by Humphrey Cobb. The film loosely recounts the true story of four French soldiers who were executed to set an example to the rest of the troops. Stars Kirk Douglas as Colonel Dax, the commanding officer of French soldiers who refuses to continue a suicidal attack during a World War I mission.
|Full Metal Jacket
October 4 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., 1987) 116 min.
Narrated by and starring Matthew Modine as the pragmatic marine who observes the dehumanizing effects of war; Full Metal Jacket follows a platoon of U.S. Marines through their brutal boot camp training to the Tet Offensive - crystallizing the Vietnam War experience. The film was adapted from the 1979 novel The Short-Timers by Gustav Hasford.
October 11 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., 1964) 90 min.
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb is a satirical, provocative black comedy that is loosely based on Peter George's Cold War thriller novel Red Alert, also known as Two Hours to Doom. The story presents an insane general who orders a first strike nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. It follows the President of the United States, his advisors, and the military, as they try to recall the bombers to prevent a nuclear apocalypse. In 1989, the U.S. Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry due to its cultural significance.
|A Clockwork Orange
October 18 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.K., 1971) 137 min.
Based on Anthony Burgess's disturbing novel about England in a dystopian future, Malcolm McDowell portrays Alex, a Beethoven-loving, sociopath who leads his gang of thugs on ultra-violent assaults - until he is captured by police and subjected to experimental psychiatric behavior-modification therapy.
|2001: A Space Odyssey
October 25 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Stanley Kubrick (U.S., U.K., 1968) 142 min.
A science fiction film that traces prehistoric humans and a mysterious black monolith to two astronauts on a voyage to Jupiter with the sentient computer, “HAL 9000” that has taken full control over their spaceship. Known for its scientific accuracy, pioneering special effects, surrealistic imagery, and minimal use of dialogue, the film was awarded the No. 1 greatest film ever made by The Moving Arts Film Journal in 2010.
November 1 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Terence Malick (U.S., 1973) 95 min.
Selected by the U.S. National Film Registry for preservation by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant", this film is a dramatization of the real life story of the Starkweather-Fugate killing spree of the 1950's. Narrated by Holly (Sissy Spacek) as she describes her adventures with Kit (Martin Sheen) - a rebellious greaser who charms Holly and takes her as his accomplice on a cross-country killing spree.
|Days of Heaven
November 8 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Terence Malick (U.S., 1978) 90 min.
A romantic drama starring Richard Gere (Bill) and Brooke Adams (Abby) as a young couple who pretend to be brother and sister when they leave the city and travel to Texas looking for employment on a farm. When they learn that the farm owner has fallen in love with Abby and he only has one year to live, she decides to marry him to inherit his wealth. However, when the expected death fails to come, impatience and jealousy set in, and accidents become inevitable.
|Thin Red Line
November 15 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Terence Malick (U.S., 1998) 171 min.
A fictional story about soldiers fighting the Battle of Mount Austen in World War II. Featuring a large ensemble cast by notable actors, including Sean Penn, Adrien Brody, George Clooney, John Cusack, Jared Leto, and John Travolta; the film marked Malick's return to filmmaking after a 20-year absence.
|The New World
November 29 at 1:30 pm
Dir. Terence Malick (U.S., 2005 ) 150 min.
An epic dramatization inspired by the legend of John Smith and Pocahontas, this film depicts the encounter of European and Native American cultures during the founding of the Jamestown settlement in 1607 when the North American population consisted of native tribes. Pocahontas is played by Q'orianka Kilcher and John Smith is played by Colin Farrell. Also starring Christian Bale and Christopher Plummer.
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