MUFFDates x TO: Spring Edition!
We wanted our SPRING lineup to be epic because spring is super epic, ya know? Flowers and bunnies and Jesus rising from the dead and chocolate—all epic. And so is our line-up, if we do say so ourselves (and we do, oh we do). Some of these picks have been locked down for a long time and others are fairly new additions, but they all have one thing in common: we’re announcing them right now!
If you know what’s good for you, you’ll join us all Spring at the Carlton Cinema!
Bring It On (dir. Peyton Reed)
So what if we’re slowly turning into the Kirsten Dunst Appreciation Club? Bring It On is timeless, and you know it. Yeah, we know that Drunk Feminist Films is playing this gem too, but hey—can you blame them? Great minds think alike, right? Consider this: go to both! You can never have too much Kirsten. Or spirit. - Wednesday, March 16th
The Being/Blood Diner (dir. Jackie Kong)
We’re co-presenting this late night horror double feature with Etheria Film Night, and for the first time ever MUFF won’t be on a school night! You know what that means, right? SLUMBER PARTY! Don your best PJs, stock up on soda pop, and get ready to braid each other’s hair— er... watch movies. We’ll be showcasing two films from one of the great ladies of the ‘80s, Jackie Kong, along with two spectacular blocks of short genre films. - Friday, April 22nd
When Harry Met Sally (dir. Rob Reiner)
It’s finally happening: we’re playing a straight-up, all-out romance flick… AND WE COULDN’T BE MORE EXCITED. Although some of us were learning towards You’ve Got Mail, you really can’t go wrong with any Nora Ephron screenplay! NORAH!!! <3 - Wednesday, May 18th