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Finding Joseph I

“Finding Joseph I” is a documentary film chronicling the eccentric life of punk rock reggae singer, Paul “HR” Hudson from Bad Brains. The charismatic frontman’s explosive live performances helped pioneer hardcore punk while delivering an enlightening message of positive mental attitude. HR’s heavy devotion to the Rastafarian faith guided him in a spiritual direction leaving […]

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Can’t Be Stopped

One of the most influential and recognizable graffiti crews to emerge out of the U.S. is Hollywood’s own Can’t Be Stopped crew. Since its inception in the early 1980’s the initials C.B.S. have been at the forefront of evolving graffiti art into a true and viable art form. The kinship that was forged by the […]

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RPM Orchestra presents: A TRIP TO MARS

RPM Orchestra provides the film score as the silent classic A TRIP TO MARS screens, during this one-night only event, at FilmBar Phoenix. A Trip To Mars (1918) is the film that marked the beginning of the space opera subgenre of science fiction, in which a group of astronauts embark on an expedition to Mars, […]

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Killer of Sheep: Member-Only Screening

FilmBar Member-Only Screening! Introduced by Monte Yazzie of the Phoenix Critic’s Circle. Charles Burnett’s KILLER OF SHEEP (1977) is perhaps one of the most influential works of American independent filmmaking. An inspiration cited by artists including Barry Jenkins, David Gordon Green, Ava DuVernay and Mos Def, Burnett’s lyrical, neorealist portrait of a struggling African-American family […]

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The Invincible Czars: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

THE INVINCIBLE CZARS PERFORM THEIR SOUNDTRACK TO AMERICA’S FIRST HORROR FILM DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (1920 STARRING JOHN BARRYMORE). The Invincible Czars toured all over the US last year with their silent film soundtrack to Nosferatu. Now they’re hitting the road with their new tastefully modern score for Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde performing […]

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Arizona Filmmaker Showcase May

The Amazing Mortimer – A washed-up ventriloquist and a young boy help each other cope with life’s arrows. Contentment – A short film exploring contentment vs. happiness through our protagonist, Scout, and her relationships with two different men. Legacy – Set in the year 2166 in the barren wasteland that was once Earth, the planet’s […]

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Whisky Galore!

The inhabitants of a Scottish island try to plunder 50,000 cases of whisky from a nearby stranded ship. A remake of the beloved black and white original film directed by Alexander Mackendrick for Ealing Studios, which was based on the novel by Sir Compton Mackenzie, which itself was based on the real events of 1941 […]

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All These Sleepless Nights

Many of us know the freedom of our twenties—unfettered by responsibilities or mortality, inventing ourselves in the rush of the moment. ALL THESE SLEEPLESS NIGHTS viscerally summons that feeling, chronicling life across two Warsaw summers when students Kris and Michal resolve to experience life to the limit. After Kris, our sensitive yet perpetually inquisitive hero, breaks […]

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The Quiet Earth with Sam Pillsbury

Sam Pillsbury, writer of THE QUIET EARTH will host a tasting of his award-winning Pillsbury wine at FilmBar, followed by a screening of THE QUIET EARTH and Q&A hosted by FilmBar Film Programmer, Andrea Canales. Complimentary wine tasting included with ticket purchase.  Sam Pillsbury has directed, produced, and written 31 series TV dramas, network TV […]

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FilmBar Film School: The Last Picture Show

Filmbar Film School Is Back! “The Last Picture Show” – Peter Bogdanovich’s Coming of Age Classic of the “New Hollywood” Want to learn how to analyze a film? Ever wondered about the history and stories behind on one of the most influential “coming of age” films of the “New Hollywood” of the 1970s, The Last […]

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