Philip Seymour Hoffman Movie Marathon | City Arts & Lectures
City Arts & Lectures will pay tribute to the late actor and director, Philip Seymour Hoffman, with free screenings of nine films presented at Nourse Theater over the course of a weekend – Saturday, February 22 and Sunday, February 23, 2014.
The movie marathon will showcase some of Hoffman’s most memorable roles and his directorial debut. The back-to-back screenings (over 19 hours playing over the course of two days) encourage people to remember, or perhaps see for the first time, Hoffman’s remarkable talents.
The event is free and open to the public (no tickets required).
Philip Seymour Hoffman Movie Marathon
Saturday & Sunday, February 22-23, 2014
Nourse Theater, 275 Hayes Street (btwn Van Ness & Franklin)
FREE – no tickets required
Saturday Film Schedule
- Magnolia – 10 am (running time: 180 min)
- Synecdoche, New York – 1:30 pm (124 min)
- Jack Goes Boating – 4 pm (89 min)
- The Master – 6 pm (144 min)
- The Big Lebowski – 9 pm (117 min)
Sunday Film Schedule
- Boogie Nights – 12 noon (155 min)
- Before The Devil Knows You’re Dead – 3 pm (117 min)
- Owning Mahowny – 5 pm (104 min)
- Capote – 7 pm (114 min)
About Philip Seymour Hoffman
As one of America’s most appreciated artists, Philip Seymour Hoffman inhabited a nearly impossible range of characters in more than 50 films and in numerous plays, both on and off Broadway. Hoffman won an Oscar for his stunning work in Capote, and showcased a capacity to transform himself and enliven a part in many other unforgettable roles in movies like Boogie Nights, Happiness, The Savages, 25th Hour, and The Master, and on Broadway in Death of A Salesman. Hoffman died on February 2, 2014 at the age of 46.