Déjà Vu

 Posted by on March 1, 2013
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Déjà Vu

“…a sci-fi love story that also happens to be the director’s best film, the clearest expression of his late-period ideas, and, well, one of the greatest films of the past decade.” -Ignatiy Vishnevetsky   Film Club: Déjà Vu Thursday, April 18th, 6:30pm Running time: 126 min. Akron-Summit County Main Library Auditorium Free, open to the [read more...]

Leviathan

 Posted by on March 1, 2013
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Leviathan

“LEVIATHAN, which looks and sounds like no other documentary in memory, is likely to be one of the most talked-about art films of the year…” -The New York Times   Leviathan Thursday, March 28th, 7:15pm Akron Art Museum (1 S High St.) Free, open to the public Here’s the synopsis for March’s contemporary film: One [read more...]

Old Dog

 Posted by on February 7, 2013
Feb 072013
 
Old Dog

“OLD DOG is a true gem and the mark of an especially skilled director — mark our words, Pema Tseden is a name you’ll be seeing in contention for the Palme d’Or in the not-too-distant future.” -IndieWire   Old Dog Thursday, February 14th, 7:00pm Akron Art Museum (1 S High St.) Free, open to the [read more...]

Our favorites of 2012

 Posted by on January 14, 2013
Jan 142013
 
Our favorites of 2012

Akron Film+Pixel staff saw a few movies in 2012. Here are our favorites. Tim Peyton, Film Curator The Modern Cinephile’s eye is not only obsessed with film, but with all moving images, and also the conversation and writings that shape and guide the eye into the future! Here is a list some of the things [read more...]

Neighboring Sounds

 Posted by on January 10, 2013
Jan 102013
 
Neighboring Sounds

“A revelatory debut feature.” – A.O. Scott, The New York Times (Critic’s Pick)   Neighboring Sounds Thursday, January 24th, 6:30pm Akron Art Museum (1 S High St.) Free, open to the public   A palpable sense of unease hangs over a single city block in the coastal town of Recife, Brazil. Home to prosperous families [read more...]

First Night 2013

 Posted by on December 30, 2012
Dec 302012
 
First Night 2013

For the second year, Akron Film+Pixel gets to take part in First Night Akron with some of our favorite family friendly shorts from throughout the year. It’s a 30 minute program that will loop from 6-8pm at the Akron Art Museum, so you can drop in and leave any time. Full details for attending First [read more...]

New film series starts Thursday

 Posted by on December 24, 2012
Dec 242012
 

On December 27th, Akron Film+Pixel will begin bringing current critically acclaimed films to Akron on a regular basis. “We’re filling a gap for ‘arthouse’ cinema,” says Akron Film+Pixel Film Curator Tim Peyton. “Cleveland has the Cinematheque and Cedar Lee Theatre, but until now there’s been no place in Akron to see new festival films on the big screen, [read more...]

White Material

 Posted by on November 9, 2012
Nov 092012
 

“Simultaneously poetic, dramatic and realistic, ‘White Material’ is an altogether stunning work.” -Kenneth Turan, LA Times   White Material Thursday, November 15th, 6:30pm Akron Art Museum (1 S High St.) Free, open to the public “It’s a disorientingly beautiful movie at times, which promises — as Denis always does, I think — that human madness [read more...]

Akron Film+Pixel Night

 Posted by on September 12, 2012
Sep 122012
 
Akron Film+Pixel Night

The schedule is here!   We’ll get started at 7pm with short films and Q&A at the Akron Art Museum. Then we transition to Summit Artspace for one more short film, free appetizers catered by Mustard Seed Market, and two very fun new games that aren’t yet commercially released.   Download the full graphical program [read more...]

Film Club: Suspiria

 Posted by on July 20, 2012
Jul 202012
 

“A movie that makes sense only to the eye (and even then…)” -J Hoberman Film Club: Suspiria Tuesday, July 31st, 8:00pm Akron Film+Pixel at Summit Artspace (140 E Market St.) Free, open to the public In a change of pace, we’re watching Dario Argento’s bizarre, disturbing, visually powerful Suspiria. We’ll watch the film straight through [read more...]