Thursday, December 02, 2004

Tarnation open in more theaters tomorrow

Starting December 3rd:

Tempe, AZ: Harkins Valley Art Theatre
Denver, CO: Landmark Mayan Theatre
New Haven, CT: Criterion Theatre
Stamford, CT: Avon Theatre
New Orleans, LA: Landmark Canal Place
Williamstown, MA: Images Cinema
St. Louis, MO: Landmark Tivoli Theater
Albuquerque, NM: Century 14 Downtown
Pleasantville, NY: Jacob Burns Film Center


Tarnation is now playing at the following theaters.

Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema
Hartford, CT: Real Art Ways
Des Moines, IA: Fleur 4 Cinema & Café
Iowa City, IA: Bijou Cinema - University of Iowa
Indianapolis, IN: Key Cinema
Boston, MA: Coolidge Corner Cinema
Minneapolis, MN: Landmark Lagoon Cinema
Pittsburgh, PA: Harris Theatre

More theaters have been added to the "coming soon" section of the "Complete Theater List" - Links are being added as you read this:

See the Complete Theater List for showtimes and theaters near you.

8 Comments:

Blogger Ariana said...

Hey, I'm a freshman film major in Boston University's College of Communications. Currently I am working on my final paper for one of my classes and I wanted to quote you in it. Recently i attended the screening of Tarnation at the Coolidge Theater in Cambridge where you gave a question and answer sesssion. At one point you made a comment on how you think the new developments in digital home editting technology are bringing the media of film to a more personal level. I don't remember the exact quote of what you said, but I wanted to use it to conclude my paper. It's due on Friday the 10th so if you could possibly get back to me before that I would be so grateful. If not, i understand you must be extremely busy and I just wanted to let you know that I loved your film, saw it twice, and its such an inspiration for me as a young filmmaker to just get out there and make some films with any resources availible. Keep up the good work!

8:30 PM  
Blogger Amanda said...

I'm French, I saw Tarnation yesterday, and I'd just like to say one thing to you :
THANKS.
Thanks for your movie.
It's one of the most intense and beautiful experience I ever had in a theater.
Thank you.

5:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Jonathan!

Let me begin by saying Thank You for producing such a beautiful, intense work of art in Tarnation! I just saw the movie and have to say it's one of the best films I've seen in a long time - and I see EVERY (well mostly) film that comes out. It was beautiful and I'm still crying. Your work touched me in a way that not many other films have - it reminded me of my very disfunctional family and my very distant mother who I just want to go and film her and take pictures of her so I can remember her forever...

So, thank you again! I plan on going to see it a few more times...

But, my bf and I can't figure out one question. In the scene where you are 11 and doing that dramatic monologue were you actually speaking or were you lipsynching? you can reach me via email at kurt@projectq.org

Thanks,

Kurt
Milwaukee, WI

10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your movie deeply touched me. I bought it last night at Kim's Video in the East Village and watched it this morning. Wow.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous QUI TRAN said...

Hey Jonathan,

I believe you meet me before, I'm one of Cassidy friend. Yes, I really like the movie a lot. I saw it so many times. I cry at the end of the movie when you were talking about your mom and how it was hard for you to come from a mom who had problem. Its was a bless to meet you in person when Cassidy and I was there at JR. I hope you would able to be back in Houston. Cassidy wanted to say hi to you, he try to call you but you never answered the phone. Well, I really enjoy your movie a lot my friend. I looking forward your up coming movie "tarnation 2,".

4:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this movie scared me so much I am dazed now, I am so scared that I'll be like your mother one day

4:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As both a psychotherapist and budding videographer (weird combo eh?), I was deeply moved by Tarnation. Just saw it last night on Sundance and found myself going through all sorts of phases as I watched: On the story itself I was deeply disturbed, psychologically analytical, compassionately moved, concerned about what emotional turmoil you must go through, hopeful because you obviously were able to use your camera and dramatic personality to express these emotions during a time in your life when I'm sure you felt totally helpless to do anything about your circumstances; and touched and appreciate that you would air this for others to experience and express some of their own turmoil through. OK, enough from the therapist side of me. In reaction to the cinematography part, I was entranced by the use of Fx to convey an almost constant sense of chaos, disturbance and confusion. I understand Tarnation was re-edited by a professional editing house or something after your home editing, so I'm not sure how much of the final editing is you vs them. Either way, great job of stringing together home movies, pics, etc. to document your life and troubles, as well as your mom's parallel story. I look forward to learning more about you and your work.

10:34 AM  
Blogger mondlurch said...

gosh..
laughing
crying
big picture -my dear
tonight there where lynch and you -on my tv
tonight i saw somthing new
thanks
alles jute- und du bist so verdammt heiss

6:19 PM  

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