Celestial Cinema Program Running Time is 200 min This Saturday Celestial Cinema Program includes:
7:45pm Tribute to James Marsden followed by
We Love Our Clientsfollowed by Friends With Kids
10:00pm A Cat in Paris preceded by the short film The Boy in the Bubble
For information about children's tickets please call our box office at 808-579-9244
Celestial Cinema Tickets available at the door for $24
Tribute to James Marsden
2012, 10 min Having appeared in a wide range of films over the course of his still young career, James Marsden continues to carve out a distinctive place in Hollywood.
We Love our Clients Directed By: Beppe Tufarulo Italy, 2010, 5 min At this little market in Italy the customers get special assistance in finding something they didn't quite realize they needed—something much more than that lobster and that bottle of vino. Each other.
In Italian with subtitles.
Friends With Kids Directed By: Jennifer Westfeldt USA, 2012, 107 min Writer/Director Jennifer Westfeldt, stars alongside Adam Scott, John Hamm, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Chris O'Dowd, Megan Fox, and Edward Burns in this daring, poignant ensemble comedy about a group of close-knit friends at that moment in life when kids arrive and everything changes. New York Magazine called it "A rapid-fire crowd pleaser" and the normally staid Wall Street Journal raved "Great, Funny…and Touching."
The Boy in the Bubble Directed By: Kealan O'Rourke 2011, 9 min Computer-animated in the Tim Burton style, this little fable tells of the romance, heartbreak, and rescue of a boy named Rupert Shelley. The rhyming narration is delivered by sonorous actor Alan Rickman (Harry Potter, The Royal Shakespeare Company).
A Cat in Paris Directed By: Jean-Loup Felicioli France, 2010, 70 min No one has ever seen an animated feature-length film done in this style before, hand-drawn with flat, richly colored surfaces and a low-gravity fluidity. Very—Picasso meets Matisse and makes a grand cartoon.
2011, 91 min Three friends are asked to be bridesmaids at a wedding of a woman they used to ridicule back in high school.