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Nov
24
Fri
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 24 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
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Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
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One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
25
Sat
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 25 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
26
Sun
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 26 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
27
Mon
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 27 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
28
Tue
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 28 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
29
Wed
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 29 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Nov
30
Thu
Tarkovsky’s Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema
Nov 30 all-day
Tarkovsky's Stalker (New Restoration) @ Row House Cinema | Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania | United States

Part of Poetry of Images Week, 11/24-11/30, 11/24-11/30, four stunning films in which the images are the essence of the film: Au Hasard Balthazar, Colossal Youth, Stalker, Ugetsu.

Showtimes
———–
Fri 11/24 – 2:00pm
Sat 11/25 – 6:30pm
Sun 11/26 – 8:35pm
Mon 11/27 – 6:30pm
Tue 11/28 – 1:00pm
Wed 11/29 – 3:15pm
Thur 11/30 – 9:10pm

About “Stalker”
—————-
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker (1979) embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.

Dec
8
Fri
A Drive- In Christmas “Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG) @ Starlight Drive-In Theatre
Dec 8 @ 7:00 pm
A Drive- In Christmas “Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG) @ Starlight Drive-In Theatre | Butler | Pennsylvania | United States

December 8 & 9
A Drive- In Christmas

“Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG)

Special Winter Food Menu

OPEN Fri & Sat at 6:00; SHOW 7:00
See us on TV! Go to our “Events” page.

Price: $4 – $8
Ages 0-2 Free
Ages 3-11 $4 Ages 12-64 $8 Ages 65+ $6 Military or Vet $6

Dec
9
Sat
A Drive- In Christmas “Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG) @ Starlight Drive-In Theatre
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm
A Drive- In Christmas “Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG) @ Starlight Drive-In Theatre | Butler | Pennsylvania | United States

December 8 & 9
A Drive- In Christmas

“Polar Express” (G) ~with~ “Elf” (PG)

Special Winter Food Menu

OPEN Fri & Sat at 6:00; SHOW 7:00
See us on TV! Go to our “Events” page.

Price: $4 – $8
Ages 0-2 Free
Ages 3-11 $4 Ages 12-64 $8 Ages 65+ $6 Military or Vet $6