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Movie Nite for April

Movie Nite is taking a break this month, but it will be back in April to present the amazing BBC series

Life "creatures of the deep"

The series takes a global view of the specialized strategies and extreme behavior that living things have developed in order to survive. The series was shot entirely in high definition, and Slow-motion footage reveals the more»

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Movie Nite for February

This month Movie Nite Presents

:::Rififi:::

This 1955 French crime film follows the story of a thief recently released from prison, who joins a pair of comrades in an attempt to pull one last heist.

Come see DJ Jon Francois create a live sound track to this beautiful Film!

The needle drops Thursday, February 16 at 9:00pm FREE!

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Movie Nite for January 2012

This month, Bauhaus is screening the 1927 science-fiction film

:::Metropolis:::

Directed by Fritz Lang, Metropolis is set in a futuristic urban dystopia and explores the social crisis between workers and owners inherent in capitalism.

Come see special Guest DJ Nickfit create a live sound track to this classic film.

Thursday Jan. 19th

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Movie Nite for December

This month we are bring back a previous Movie Nite classic. The 1927 Silent Film

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

Another film by German director F. W. Murnau, it is the story of a Husband who is having an ongoing affair. One night his lover suggests that he murder his wife...

Come see DJ Jon Francois create a live soundtrack using vinyl records an more»

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movie nite for November

This month we movie nite presents the 1922 German Expressionists horror film, Nosferatu!

directed by F. W. Murnau, this film was an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Some names and other details had to be changed.

Come check out special guest Nicholas Gilmore create a live dj accompaniment by mixing scary jams with sampling fx.

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movie nite is back!

After an extended summer vacation, movie nite is back! This month, we are getting into the halloween spirit by screening the 1988 horror film

The Blob

Dirtected by Chuck Russell, The Blob begins when a meteorite crashes near the town of Arborville, California. An elderly transient discovers, within the sphere, a jelly-like substance that attaches itse more»

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Movie Night is on vacation

Movie Nite is taking a summer vacation and will be back in September.

In the mean time come check out this year’s Bike-In in Cal Anderson Park Featuring a live soundtrack by the creators of Movie Nite Saturday August 27th

go to www.nwfilmforum.org/live/page/calendar

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PRIDE 2011

Come Celebrate pride weekend at Bauhaus!

All weekend we will have live DJs

Featuring Friday 6/24 9pm-12pm KICKOFF Dance Party w/ DJ Nitty Gritty of Sophisticated Mama & DJ Mantis

Saturday 6/25 12pm-6pm A Saturday with the DUG Crew (Seattle's Finest Funk Dance Party every first Friday at LO FI) David James 12pm-3pm Christian Science 3pm-6pm more»

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movie nite for June

This month we will be showing a double feature!

The first film comes from the BBC television series Life, and we will be showing the section on plants.

The breathtaking images include time-lapse shots showing ivies and creepers climbing into the canopy using sticky pads, hooks or coiled tendrils, and Epiphytes growing directly on the topmost branches o more»

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Movie Night for May

This month we will be showing the 1966 science fiction film

Fantastic Voyage

written by Harry Kleiner and directed by Richard Fleischer.

Scientists have developed a new technology that allowes matter to be miniaturized. However, objects only stay miniaturized for a limited amount of time.

Scientist Jan Benes, working behind the Iron Curtai more»

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Movie Night for April

Movie Nite started in 2008 by Jon Francois, Marcy Stone and Jordan Jamhammar. Without emphasis on genre or any particular direction, they began composing original soundtracks with vinyl records for films varying from “The Warriors” to Charlie Chaplin’s “Modern Times”. Over the course of 20 + films, their process has evolved...

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movie nite for March

This month Bauhaus is showing the 1985 sci-fi, Enemy of Mine...

In the late 21st century, an interstellar war between humans and Dracs (a reptilian humanoid race) is being fought. On July 11, 2092, Human pilot Willis E. Davidge and Drac pilot Jeriba Shigan engage in a spacecraft battle which results in both crash-landing on a strange, dark, alien world with t more»

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Movie Nite for February

This month Bauhaus is showing the 1968 comedy, The Party.

The Party is considered a classic comedic cult film directed by Blake Edwards, starring Peter Sellers and Claudine Longet. Based on a fish out of water premis, unknown Indian actor, Hrundi V. Bakshi, accidentally gets invited to a lavish Hollywood dinner party and makes some terrible mistakes...

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Movie Night For January

This month Bauhaus is showing the 1961 Twilight Zone episode, "The Invaders"

An old woman living alone in a very rustic cabin, hears a strange noise from her sleeping loft. Upon investigation, the woman is accosted by small intruders that come from a miniature flying saucer that has landed on her house, equipped with two tiny people in spacesuits...

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movie night for December

This Month, Bauhaus presents a special edition of Movie Night.

Disney's 1982 film, TRON.

Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) is a young and gifted software engineer who works for a corporation creating video games on the company's mainframe after hours. One night, Flynn finds himself standing in the digital world, where programs resemble their human creators, th more»

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Movie Night for November

This month we are showing the 1927 Silent Film,

Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

This American film directed by German film director F. W. Murnau is the story of a Husband who is having an ongoing affair. One night his lover suggests that he murder his wife...

A film so brilliantly conceived and produced, Sunrise won an Academy Award for Unique and A more»

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Movie Night For October

This month Bauhaus is showing the 1981 horror film, "An American Werewolf in London"

The film starts with two young American men on a backpacking holiday in England. After stopping by a local village pub named, "The Slaughtered Lamb" the two men venture deep into the moors on the night of a full moon.

Suddenly, they are attacked by a werewolf, which re more»

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Movie Night for September!

Movie Night is Back!!!

This month we will be showing John Patrick Shanley's first film Joe Versus the Volcano. This was also the first of the many films pairing Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

Joe Versus the Volcano is a existentialist 1990 comedy film starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.

Joe Banks (Tom Hanks) is a downtrodden hypochondriac from Staten I more»

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Going on Vacation

Movie night will be taking a break for the summer months, and will be back bigger and better in September.

Please check back in August for updates on our next movie!

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Movie night for May

This Month We will be showing Walter Hill's 1979 American cult action film, The Warriors.

The Warriors takes place in New York City, where Cyrus, the leader of the most powerful gang in New York calls a midnight summit for all the area gangs. Including The Warriors, from Coney Island. The eloquent and intelligent Cyrus tells the assembled crowd that a perman more»

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Movie night for April

This month Bauhaus will be showing Steven Spielberg's hit thriller

Jurassic Park!

In an island off the coast of Costa Rica, Billionaire John Hammond and his team of genetic engineers have created an amusement park of cloned dinosaurs. Hammond invites a group of scientists to inspect the park before its public opening. Sabotage sets the dinosaurs loose, more»

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Movie night for March

This month Bauhaus is showing a

:::DOUBLE FEATURE:::

FIRST FILM:

The Red Balloon is a 1956 short film, directed by French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse. This Film tells of Pascal, who, on his way to school one morning, discovers a large helium-filled red balloon. He soon realizes the balloon has a mind and will of its own, and it begins to follow P more»

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movie night for February

This Month Bauhaus is showing Walt Disney's 1963 animated film, The Sword in the Stone.

This film was the eighteenth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics, it was also the last Disney animated feature released while Walt Disney was alive.

Come to Movie Night Thursday, February 11th and hear Dj Jon Francois create a new soundtrack and gu more»

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movie night for January

This month Bauhaus is showing Ridley Scott's Alien. This 1979 science fiction horror film tells the story of a highly aggressive extraterrestrial creature which stalks and kills the crew of a spaceship.

Alien received an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. It has remained highly praised in subsequent decades, being ranked by the American Film Institute more»

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movie night for December

This month we will be showing Edward Scissorhands

A 1990 film directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp. The film tells the story of an artificial man named Edward, an unfinished creation, who has scissors for hands. Edward is taken in by a suburban family and falls in love with their teenage daughter Kim. Supporting roles are portrayed by Winona Ryder more»

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movie night for November

Clash of the Titans is a 1981 fantasy adventure film based on the myth of Perseus. The special effects used to create the various creatures in the film were done by Ray Harryhausen who employed stop motion animation. Harryhausen was also co-producer of the film, and retired from filmmaking shortly after the movie was released making this his last main feature film. more»

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movie night for october!

The return of Movie night is here!

Movie night is back at Bauhaus, and has been moved to 2nd Thursdays (in support of capitol hill art walk).

This month we will be showing Lucio Fulci's 1979 film, Zombie 2.

In this film, an apparently abandoned yacht drifts into New York Harbor and the Harbor Patrol investigates. While on board, they discover t more»

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Show Your Art At Bauhaus!

Interested in having an art show?

Contact Marcy at:

Bauhausart@hotmail.com

* Please attach an example of your art or a link to where we can see it.

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movie night for June!

This is the last movie night for the summer!

* Movie night is taking a summer vacation, and will be back in October.

This month we will be showing Woody Allen's 1974 film "Sleeper".

The Film follows Miles Monroe (Allen), a jazz musician and health-food store owner living in Manhattan in 1973, Miles is cryogenically frozen without his consent, an more»

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movie night for may!

Planet of the Vampires is a 1965 Italian science fiction/horror film directed by Mario Bava. The story follows the horrific experiences of the crew members of two giant spaceships that have crash landed on a forbidding, unexplored planet. The disembodied inhabitants of the world possess the bodies of the crew who died during the crash, and use the animated corpses more»

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movie night for april!

This month, Bauhaus is showing the 1967 film, "The Trip". This low-budget cult film directed by Roger Corman Tells the story of Paul Groves (Peter Fonda), as he takes his first dose of LSD. As Groves experiences his trip, he wanders around the Sunset Strip, into nightclubs, and the homes of strangers and acquaintances. Jack Nicholson wrote the original screenplay!< more»

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Movie Night for March!

This month we will be showing "Tabu", a film by Frederick Wilhelm Murnau. "Tabu" was released in 1931 and was Murnau's final film (he died shortly after) Some of Murnau's other films include: Nosferatu (1922), Sunrise (1927), and Faust (1926).

Music starts at 8 Movie starts at 8:45

Come check it out!

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Movie Night

Movie night is a monthly event happening every second Wednesday at Bauhaus.

Every month, we show a film without sound, while DJ Jon Francois and monthly guests create a new sound track to play along with it. This results in an entertaining twist on visually beautiful films and good music.

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