Three Rivers Film Festival schedule



The 32nd Three Rivers Film Festival continues through Nov. 23 at three venues: Regent Square Theater (RS), 1035 S. Braddock Ave., Edgewood; Harris Theater (HT), 809 Liberty Ave., Downtown; and Melwood Screening Room (MSR), 477 Melwood Ave., Oakland.

Single tickets for regular films: $9 through ShowClix.com in advance or $10 at the door. See 3RFF.com for details.

TODAY

7 p.m.: "The Priest's Children" -- Croatian film about an idealistic young priest determined to do something about his flock's declining birth rate. RS.

7 p.m.: "Bastards" -- Modern film noir from Paris-based filmmaker Claire Denis. HT.

7 p.m.: Spectacle presents "South Third Street Forever: Like Tears in the Rain" -- Selections from Brooklyn-based microcinema, at Brillobox, 4104 Penn Ave., Lawrenceville.

7:30 p.m.: "The Italian Connection" -- Restored 1972 classic. MSR.

9:15 p.m.: "In Bloom" -- Oscar entry from Georgia. RS.

9:15 p.m.: "The Armstrong Lie" -- Exploration of the fall of Lance Armstrong. HT.

10 p.m.: "Go Down Death" -- Super-indie, a melange of macabre folktales, from producer Vanessa McDonnell, former Pittsburgher. MSR.

SATURDAY

2 p.m.: "No Horizon Anymore: A Year Long Journey at the South Pole" -- Sous chef Keith Reimink, expected to attend, documents a year at the bottom of the Earth. MSR.

2 p.m.: "Moon Man" -- Whimsical animated tale, based on Tomi Ungerer's book. RS.

4 p.m.: "Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer" -- Portrait of street photographer who documented hip-hop culture. HT.

4:30 p.m.: "Little Red" -- Coming-of-age story about an 11-year-old girl who sets out for Cumberland Island, Ga., home to wild horses. MSR.

4:30 p.m.: "Blood Brother" -- Sundance winner about a Pittsburgher who chucks creature comforts for life in India working with children with AIDS. Director Steve Hoover scheduled to attend. RS.

6:30 p.m.: "Nothing but a Man" -- Restored 35mm print of landmark 1964 film. HT.

7:15 p.m.: "The Priest's Children," RS.

9 p.m.: "Mortal Remains" -- Filmed-in-Pittsburgh docu-thriller about the life, brief career and mysterious death of Maryland filmmaker Karl Atticus, sometimes called the godfather of the slasher film. HT.

9 p.m.: Microcinema with INCITE, a Pittsburgh-based publication dedicated to the discourse, culture and community of alternative film, video and new media. MSR.

9:45 p.m.: "Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction" -- Impressionistic portrait of iconic actor. With short, "Emmett Frisbee presents: Pittsburgh" by Christopher Smalley. RS.

SUNDAY

Noon: Microcinema with The Nightingale presents: Chicago Loves Pittsburgh at New Bohemian, 87 Progress St., North Side. Programmer Christy LeMaster presents a program of recent Chicago-made moving image works. Ticket includes champagne brunch.

1:30 p.m.: "Cousin Jules" -- Restored 1972 film. RS.

2 p.m.: "Sal" -- See review, Page B-1. HT.

3:15 p.m.: "Lasting" -- See review. MSR.

3:45 p.m: "Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction," RS.

4:30 p.m.: "Morning Star" -- Black and white film, set at a circus by the sea, starring Denis Lavant and Iggy Pop. HT.

5:30 p.m.: Kenneth Love Presents two short films about Margo Lovelace and Thaddeus Mosley. RS.

5:30 p.m.: "Go Down Death," MSR.

7 p.m.: "S#x Acts" -- A 16-year-old girl changes schools and decides to improve her social status by hooking up with the cool guy in the first feature from Israeli director Jonathan Gurfinkel. HT.

8 p.m.: "Watchtower" -- Character study, from Turkey, examining how our lives are determined by the past. RS.

8 p.m.: "The Search for Emak Bakia" -- Filmmaker Oskar Alegria playfully explores the 1927 Man Ray cine-poem, "Emak Bakia." MSR.


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