Cinema Club: TÁR

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Showings

The Main 3 Sat, Oct 8 11:00 AM
Film Info
Program:Cinema Club
Release Year:2022
Runtime:153 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
German
Rating:R
Print Source:Focus Features
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na6gA1RehsU
Tags:Drama
Music
Cast/Crew
Director:Todd Field
Producer:Todd Field
Alexandra Milchan
Scott Lambert
Cinematographer:Florian Hoffmeister
Screenwriter:Todd Field
Editor:Monika Willi
Composer:Hildur Guðnadóttir
Principal Cast:Cate Blanchett
Noémie Merlant
Nina Hoss
Sophie Kauer
Julian Glover
Allan Corduner
Mark Strong

Description

Cinema Club

Saturday, October 8 at 11:00 AM

Free MSP Film Society Members Only Event. Not a Member? Join here.

Welcome to the MSP Film Society’s new Cinema Club - it’s like a book club but for cinephiles. Watch a selected movie with us at The Main Cinema and join a discussion led by a member of our film team, a critic, or a subject expert. Be ready to share your unique perspective on what we screen with other members and attendees. Cinema Club movie selections will range from sneak previews, to awards contenders, to classics, movies that’ll have you talking. To help us be social, The Main Cinema serves snacks and beverages just like at your book club.

Our first Cinema Club is free for MSP Film Society Members only, but seating is limited so reserve your seat today.


About the Film

From producer-writer-director Todd Field (In the Bedroom) comes TÁR, starring Cate Blanchett as the iconic musician Lydia Tár. TÁR examines the changing nature of power, its impact and durability in our modern world.

Blanchett won the Volpi Cup for Best Actress for her performance as one of the greatest living composer-conductors in this stirring psychological thriller which will elicit a vibrant discussion. Also stars Nina Hoss (Phoenix, The Audition). 


Moderator: Megan Feeney
Megan Feeney, Ph.D. has taught film studies at the University of Minnesota and Saint Olaf College, and is the author of Hollywood in Havana: U.S. Cinema and Revolutionary Nationalism in Cuba before 1959 (University of Chicago Press, 2019). She currently contributes to Cineaste, a quarterly film journal out of New York City. 


Cinema Club rules:

First rule of Cinema Club is DO Talk about cinema (just please wait until the post-screening discussion!).

DO Talk about Cinema Club with friends and family.

DO become a member. MSP Film Society Members get first tickets for this new ongoing series.

Cinema Club is in session. Join other cinephiles monthly at The Main Cinema.