THE PICTURE HOUSE PRESENTS A PREVIEW SCREENING OF MIRAMAX’S EVERYBODY’S FINE
SPECIAL GUESTS OSCAR-NOMINATED EDITOR AND LARCHMONT RESIDENT ANDREW MONDSHEIN AND WRITER-DIRECTOR KIRK JONES WILL BE PRESENT FOR A Q&A AFTER THE FILM
Tuesday, December 1, at 7:00 pm,
The film releases nationwide on Friday, December 4.
The Picture House announced today a preview screening of Miramax’s new family drama, EVERYBODY’S FINE, will take place on Tuesday, December 1 at 7 pm. Writer-director Kirk Jones and Oscar-nominated editor and Larchmont resident Andrew Mondshein will be present for a Q&A after the film. The screening includes a complimentary reception with wine and beer, starting at 7:00 pm, the film at 7:30 pm and will be followed by a discussion with the special guests.
The film, a remake of Giuseppe Tornatore’s STANO TUTTI BENE (1990), follows a widower (Academy Award® winner Robert De Niro) who embarks on an impromptu road trip to reconnect with each of his grown children only to discover that their lives are far from picture perfect. At the heart of EVERYBODY’S FINE is the theme of family and physical and emotional distances traveled to bring the members back together. The film also stars Drew Barrymore, Kate Beckinsale, and Sam Rockwell.
Andrew Mondshein was nominated for an Academy Award in 1999 for his work on THE SIXTH SENSE. He has edited numerous other films, including COLD SOULS (2009), ANALYZE THAT (2002), CHOCOLAT (2000), and WHAT’S EATING GILBERT GRAPE? (1993). Kirk Jones previously directed the Emma Thompson-Colin Firth film NANNY MCPHEE (2005).
Miramax will release the film theatrically on December 4. For more information, visit http://www.miramax.com/everybodysfine/ .
“We’re thrilled to be screening Robert De Niro’s latest and to have an opportunity to discuss the making of the film with two highly accomplished filmmakers including Larchmont’s own Oscar-nominated editor, Andy Mondshein,” said Will McCord, producer of Film Programs.
Tickets for the event are available now on the Picture House website, www.thepicturehouse.org. Tickets for adults are $20 and include a complimentary wine, beer, and cheese reception and a post-film discussion with talent.
About the Picture House
The Picture House is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to restoring, renovating, and transforming an historic 1921 movie theater. The organization has a two-part mission:
In the newly restored Picture House, audiences will see independent films – features and documentaries from around the world – classics, retrospectives, curated series, festival films and revivals.
… AND FILM EDUCATION
The Picture House believes in the power of movies to change peoples’ lives for the better. The group’s educational focus will provide people of all ages and from diverse backgrounds with the opportunity to learn about the art, technology and business of film.