Filmspotting #400: Live at Lincoln Hall

Wednesday, June 6, 2012 @ 7:30pm

Event Info

Admission

$10

Venue

Lincoln Hall

2424 N Lincoln Ave

Chicago, 

IL  

60614

Presenter

Filmspotting
206-203-2463

Hosts Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen welcome special guests Dana Stevens from Slate and Michael Phillips from the Chicago Tribune.

They’ll review Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien franchise, Prometheus, which stars Charlize Theron, Noomi Rapace and Adam’s man-crush, Michael Fassbender.

Plus, they’ll discuss Wes Anderson’s new film, Moonrise Kingdom, and Adam, Josh, Michael and Dana run down their lists of the “Top 5 Lessons the Movies Taught Us.”

All that, plus a live performance by the band The Pear Traps, and a very special “Massacre Theatre.”  This time in “Massacre Theatre,” an audience member will help the Filmspotters act out, and “brutally massacre,” a scene from a film.

All that and more, live at Lincoln Hall on Wednesday, June 6, as Filmspotting hits the big 4-0-0!

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Adam Kempenaar co-founded Filmspotting in March 2005 and is the show's host and executive producer. He has a B.A. in film studies and a M.A. in journalism from the University of Iowa, plus a B.A. in English from Grinnell College. Adam has co-taught four film classes at the adam josh 200University of Chicago's Graham School, including Hawks vs. Curtiz: The Auteur and the Hack, The New Hollywood, The Films of Billy Wilder and Movies About Movies. In April 2008, Adam wrote the foreword for Jon J Muth's graphic novel adaptation of Fritz Lang's classic film "M." Read the foreword here.

Josh Larsen joined Filmspotting as co-host in January 2012. Prior to that, he spent 11 years as a film critic for Chicago-based Sun-Times Media. Josh writes about movies at LarsenOnFilm and is editor of the faith and culture magazine Think Christian. You can follow him on Twitter @LarsenOnFilm. To learn more about Josh, check out his conversation with Adam in #382's Bonus Content.

Sam Van Hallgren serves as Filmspotting's producer, a role he began in the Fall of 2010. Sam co-founded Filmspotting and was the show's original co-host before leaving the show in August 2007. His final episode was #176. You can follow him on Twitter @samvanhallgren.

Joe DeCeault also serves as Filmspotting's producer, and was instrumental in bringing the show to WBEZ Chicago (91.5 FM) in 2006.

Candace Griffiths is Filmspotting's associate producer. Her first episode helping the show was #156 in April 2007.

Matty Robinson co-hosted Filmspotting from September 2007 to September 2011. His final show (#366) can be heard here.