“A completely merited cult favorite of the avant-garde genre.” - David Parkinson, Variety

Saturday, April 8 & Sunday, April 9 | In a film where nothing happens, everything happens. In this beguiling and inventive film, written by its stars Wallace Shawn and André Gregory, two old friends - Wallace and Andre - sit down for dinner at a restaurant in New York City. Over bites of food, the two talk: about their careers, politics, society, the meaning of life–and everything in between. Exceptional and acclaimed on its release, MY DINNER WITH ANDRE now feels even more astonishing - a remarkably prescient, honest, and audacious piece of influential filmmaking (The New York Times called it “the original podcast”). In his review of the film, Gene Siskel, who named it one of the best films of 1981, said, “When these two guys finally sit down to dinner, the film takes off into intellectual outer space...this is what I want films to be like. Here we are, with Hollywood cinema spending tens of millions of dollars to faithfully recreate towns and villages and everything else, and here: with people talking at a dinner table, it's just as fascinating, even more so.”

All In A Day's WorkThere isn’t much we can collectively count on, but we do know that tonight the sun will set, tomorrow it will rise, and no matter how you slice it, there are twenty four hours in a day. In All in a Day’s Work, a soul is altered from one minute to the next, life hinges on the ticking of the clock, and the passage of time takes on an entirely new significance for the audience. Set your watches, and have a nice day. View full series here.

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