MUFFdates: Fall Screening Schedule
We are all about advance planning here at The MUFF Society. And also any formation of words that contain "MUFF." And manipulating photos of cats. But the part of all that you should be most jazzed about is advance planning because we've got our next three months of screenings scheduled in all three of our fair cities. What? WE KNOW. AMAZING.
So mark your calendars, plan a road trip, and get ready to get your MUFF on this fall!
Tadah! That's a mighty fine collection of films if we do say so ourselves. Check 'em out below and keep an eye on our FB page for event announcements!
MUFFxTO is at the Carlton with:
Drop Dead Gorgeous (dir. Michael Patrick Jann) - written by Lona Williams, you'll truly believe that Amer-I-Can after watching this! And remember, Jesus loves winners. - September 23
Ginger Snaps (dir. John Fawcett) - we're co-presenting this Canadian fave with our fave website CINEFILLES and couldn't think of a better Halloween film than writer Karen Walton's ode to sisterhood, womanhood, and, uh, werewolf-hood. - October 14
Wayne's World (dir. Penelope Spheeris) November can be kind of a bland month so we're inviting you all to party on with us, Wayne, and Garth. Better brush up on the lyrics to "Bohemian Rhapsody." - November 18
MUFFxNYC is at Videology with
Tank Girl - (dir. Rachel Talalay) Lori Petty, bad-ass comic adaption, and one of two R-rated movies directed by a woman–need we say more?! Didn't think so. - September 17
Ginger Snaps (dir. John Fawcett) NYC wanted to get in on the Ginger Snaps love too! It looks like they've got the curse too. - October 15
But I'm A Cheerleader (dir. Jamie Babbit) What happens when you're a vegetarian and love Melissa Ethridge? Hate to break it to you, but you're probably a lesbian. Time for an intervention! - November 19
MUFFxSF is at the Vogue with:
Whip It (dir. Drew Barrymore) Grab your skates and come up with your best roller derby name because Drew Barrymore's directorial debut is a bad-ass ode to finding yourself and maybe also clotheslining someone in the process. - September 10
Legally Blonde (dir. Robert Luketic) If Elle Woods isn't your own personal hero we don't know what to tell you. Like, she got into Harvard like it wasn't even hard. Karen McCullah and Lutz Kirsten Smith's script is maybe one of the most quotable of the 2000s! - October 8
The Punk Singer (dir. Sini Anderson) Our first documentary and it couldn't be more perfect than the story of Kathleen Hanna, lead singer for Bikini Kill and Le Tigre and central figure of the riot grrl movement. ROCK THE FUCK ON. - November 12