Raging Bull


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Raging Bull

  • 1980
  • Directed By: Martin Scorsese
  • Rated R
  • Drama
  • 121 Minutes
  1. Saturday, January 18, 2014 6:30 p.m.
Still image from the film Raging Bull
Robert De Niro gives an unforgettable performance as Jake La Motta, a boxer with psychological and sexual complexities that erupt into violence both in and out of the ring. Joe Pesci and Cathy Moriarty are equally impressive as the brother who falls prey to Jake’s mounting paranoia and jealousy and the fifteen-year-old girl who becomes his most prized trophy. Vivid and unremitting in its uncompromising brutality and honesty, the film and its fight sequences are famed for their realism. The film earned eight Oscar® nominations and won two, including Best Actor for De Niro. (2K DCP presentation)

Hollywood Rebels: The Art and Legacy of Roger Corman

Roger Corman’s sixty-year career has built a legacy that is unparalleled. Throughout the 50’s and 60’s he set the pace to become Hollywood’s most prolific filmmaker. He was the youngest director ever to be honored with retrospectives at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris, the BFI and MoMA. Along with directing more than 50 feature films, producing 400 films, running 2 production and distribution companies and earning a Lifetime Achievement Oscar, he helped launch the careers of many of the New Hollywood filmmakers of the 1970’s. Among many others, Martin Scorsese, Frances Ford Coppola, Peter Bogdanovich, Joe Dante, James Cameron, Ron Howard, and Jonathan Demme all ascended from the ‘Corman Film School’ of filmmaking.