Indiana University Cinema pays tribute to the work and legacy of Philip Seymour Hoffman with a 24-hour, 12-film retrospective of his work. Films will be screened back-to-back without intermission. Tickets are not required and audience members are welcome to enter and leave. Seating capacity is 260 and doors will open at 4:00 pm on Tuesday, February 18.
You can see the full IU press release here.
Thanks to a generous gift from Jim and Roberta Sherman, IU Cinema is able to offer this tribute to audiences free of charge. We hope that you join us to honor the work of a master filmmaker, Philip Seymour Hoffman. All films will be screened from 35mm, DCP or HD content. The program includes:
Tuesday, February 18 4:00 PM Jack Goes Boating
Tuesday, February 18 5:40 PM The Savages
Tuesday, February 18 7:40 PM The Master
Tuesday, February 18 10:10 PM Mission Impossible III
Wednesday, February 19 12:20 AM Almost Famous
Wednesday, February 19 2:25 AM A Late Quartet
Wednesday, February 19 4:15 AM Doubt
Wednesday, February 19 6:15 AM Synecdoche, New York
Wednesday, February 19 8:20 AM Magnolia
Wednesday, February 19 11:35 AM Boogie Nights
Wednesday, February 19 2:15 PM Capote
Wednesday, February 19 4:15 PM Owning Mahowny
All start times are estimates.
In addition to this 24-hour tribute, UB Films will be screening Magnolia and Capote as part of their film series. Screenings will be in the Whittenberger Auditorium and are scheduled as follows:
Thursday, February 20 at 8:00 PM
Friday, February 21 at 8:00 PM
Saturday, February 22 at 8:00 PM
Thursday, February 20 at 11:00 PM
Friday, February 21 at 11:00 PM
Saturday, February 22 at 11:00 PM
For more information on these screenings, please visit here.