Incubated by Nitehawk Cinema


brian-de-palmaIn 2013 Nitehawk will be launching new Signature Series programming. We already have our Country Brunchin’ and Live Sound Cinema but this April we’ll have music and art focused monthly screenings as well boundary pushing midnites. One you won’t have to wait for it our extended series called THE WORKS. Launching this month, our first feature in THE WORKS is director Brian De Palma.

The Works pays special attention and homage to the people and concepts who inspire a closer look. As Nitehawk’s extended series, The Works highlights a director, actor, composer, genre, or influencer on select midnight screenings over a three-month period. Our first in the series is BRIAN DE PALMA.


Dressed to Kill
January 11 & 12
Sexual frustrations, psychologists, adultery, and a murderous blond. Things get Freudian in De Palma’s Dressed to Kill.

Femme Fatale
February 1 & 2

The glossy and stylish Femme Fatale is De Palma’s neo-noir cinema antidote to the “woman-as-victim” genre.

Blow Out
February 8 & 9 
B-movie sound recordist Jack Terry (John Travolta) becomes an unsuspecting witness when he unwittingly finds himself involved in a murder mystery.

February 15 & 16
The persistent memory of his involvement in the deaths of his wife and daughter come back to haunt Michael Courtland in a very real way.

Raising Caine
March 1 & 2
Multiple personalities murderously collide in this psychological thriller.

Body Double
March 15 & 16

There’s no such thing as coincidence in Brian De Palma’s homage to Vertigo and Rear Window.




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