Copies of Alex Cox’s acclaimed book, Ten Thousand Ways to Die: A Director’s Take on the Spaghetti Western, will be available for sale and signing at these screenings!
Italian snacks will be available for sale at these screenings, including cannoli from Fresco Pizzeria!
Every Sunday afternoon in August, The Loft Cinema celebrates the wild and wonderful world of Italian cinema by presenting a different Spaghetti Western classic, including For a Few Dollars More and Djanjo Kill, on the big screen! Each screening will feature a live introduction by acclaimed filmmaker and genre expert Alex Cox (Repo Man, Sid & Nancy, Walker)! All screenings start at Noon, and Italian snacks will be available for sale!
“These were all formidable films. Visually extremely striking, aurally distinctive, wonderfully acted, violent, mystifying, perversely inspirational.” – Alex Cox on the Spaghetti Western
Alex Cox is a British filmmaker, screenwriter, actor, and nonfiction author praised for his idiosyncratic style and approach to scripts. His long list of credits, ranging from major studio films to cult classics to what he terms “micro cinema,” include Repo Man (1984), Sid and Nancy (1986), Straight to Hell (1986), Walker (1987), Highway Patrolman (1991), Revengers Tragedy (2002) and Searchers 2.0 (2007). He is the author of three film-related books, X Films: True Confessions of a Radical Filmmaker, Ten Thousand Ways to Die: A Director’s Take on the Spaghetti Western, and Alex Cox’s Introduction to Film: A Director’s Perspective. He also writes regularly for The Guardian, Film Comment and Sight and Sound. One of his most recent projects was the 2016 Western drama, Tombstone Rashomon, filmed at Old Tucson Studios.
The Loft Cinema
3233 East Speedway Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85716
Scheduled showings: All showings will start at 12:00 p.m.
August 5 For a Few Dollars More
August 12 Requiescant (Kill and Pray)
August 19 Django, Kill
August 26 The Great Silence
Tickets are $8 per person or $6 for Loft members.