Three Rivers Film Festival schedule


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The 32nd Three Rivers Film Festival enters its second week with 10 movies or events at four venues: Regent Square Theater (RS), 1035 S. Braddock Ave., Edgewood; Harris Theater (HT), 809 Liberty Ave., Downtown; Melwood Screening Room (MSR), 477 Melwood Ave., Oakland; and, new this year, Waterworks Cinemas (WC), 930 Freeport Road near Fox Chapel and Aspinwall.

Single tickets for regular films, $9 through ShowClix.com in advance, or $10 at the door. Special price of $5 for most microcinema programs and $15 for "The Closed Circuit" includes party.

Here is the schedule for today. Look for the balance of the week in Friday's Magazine section. More details at www.3rff.com.

TODAY

4:30 p.m.: "Moon Man" -- Whimsical animated tale, based on Tomi Ungerer's picture book in which a bored Moon Man hitches a ride to Earth on a passing comet and explores the fantastical creatures and sights of a new planet. (WC)

5 p.m.: "Drinking Buddies" -- Comedy about beer with Anna Kendrick, Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson. (WC)

6 p.m.: Animated films by Jean Michel Kibushi -- Vision of Congo using drawings, cutouts, models and claymation. (HT)

7 p.m.: "2 Autumns, 3 Winters" -- Offbeat French indie about ennui and the transformative power of calamity. (WC)

7 p.m.: Film Kitchen -- Reception and 8 p.m. screening of "Corpsing," Frankenstein-in-reverse story in which a woman creates a man from the bodies of the dead and then falls in love with him. Shot entirely in Pittsburgh by writer, producer, director and actor Jeff Monahan, with his 72nd St. Films, and starring Joanna Lowe. (RS)

7:15 p.m.: "Prince Avalanche" -- Offbeat comedy, loosely adapted from Icelandic film, starring Paul Rudd and Emile Hirsch. (WC)

7:30 p.m.: "Closed Circuit" -- One of the highest grossing films of the year in Poland, this political thriller is about three young entrepreneurs accused of money laundering by corrupt government officials. (MSR)

8 p.m.: "Stranger by the Lake" -- Sex, death, and loneliness are explored in this eerie thriller set during nine days at an isolated lakeside gay cruising beach in southern France. Graphic content. (HT)

9:15 p.m.: "The Servant" -- New restoration of 1963 Joseph Losey film with Dirk Bogarde. (WC)

9:30 p.m.: "The Broken Circle Breakdown" -- Tearjerker and official Oscar entry from Belgium about a couple -- she runs a tattoo shop, he's a bluegrass banjo player -- and their gravely ill daughter. (WC)

 


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