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Thursday, January 7
 

8:00pm

Rifftrax: Night of the Shorts VI: Riffy Potter and the Half-Blood Riff with Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett and guest riffers John Hodgman, Adam Savage, Paul F. Tompkins, Mary Jo Pehl, Bridget Nelson, Janet Varney and Cole Stratton
Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" and Rifftrax.com return to SF Sketchfest for a sixth edition of RiffTrax Shorts -- the guys will take on some of the worst PSA, educational, scientific and promotional shorts of yesteryear, and riff them into submission.

Joining the terrific trio are guest riffers John Hodgman ("The Daily Show"), Adam Savage ("Mythbusters"), Paul F. Tompkins ("Best Week Ever"), original MST3K writers and performers Mary Jo Pehl and Bridget Nelson, and frequent RiffTrax Presents team Cole Stratton ("Pop My Culture Podcast") and Janet Varney ("The Legend of Korra").

www.rifftrax.com $30 All Ages

Performers
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Adam Savage

Adam Savage has spent his life gathering skills that allow him to take what’s in his brain and make it real. He’s built everything from ancient Buddhas to futuristic weapons, from spaceships to dancing vegetables, from fine art sculptures to animated chocolate — and just about... Read More →
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Bill Corbett

Bill Corbett is a principal writer and performer for RiffTrax.com. He’s also a former writer and actor for the cult TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000," providing the voice and puppetry for the robot Crow (v. 2.0); as well as playing the all-powerful but clueless alien The Observer... Read More →
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Bridget Nelson

Bridget Jones Nelson was a writer and performer on "Mystery Science Theater 3000" playing such roles as Nuvenna: Woman of the future, Drunk Girl, Lisa Loeb, Flavia Roman Princess and Mr. B Natural. Since then she has continued in the very important role of being Mrs. Michael J. Nelson... Read More →
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Cole Stratton

Cole Stratton is the co-founder of SF Sketchfest, the San Francisco Comedy Festival, a month-long annual event highlighting the best in improv, sketch, stand-up, TV and film comedy, which celebrates its eighteenth year in January 2019. Along with Janet Varney, he has written and performed... Read More →
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Janet Varney

Janet Varney is an Emmy-Nominated actor, comedian, writer and producer. She can currently be seen fighting dark forces opposite John C. McGinley on IFC's, "Stan Against Evil" and generally being a horrible person as Becca on FXX’s "You’re the Worst." In the animation world, she... Read More →
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John Hodgman

Before he went on television, JOHN HODGMAN was a simple writer, humorist, expert, and Former Professional Literary Agent living in New York City. In this capacity, he has served as the Humor Editor for the New York Times Magazine, frequent contributor to “This American Life... Read More →
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Kevin Murphy

Kevin Murphy has cultivated the act of talking back to the movies into an art form and a career. For ten years on the Peabody Award-winning series “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” Kevin wrote, directed, and starred as the plucky red robot Tom Servo. Classic episodes of MST3K, as... Read More →
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Mary Jo Pehl

Mary Jo Pehl is a former writer and villain on "Mystery Science Theater 3000." In addition to playing the evil nemesis Pearl Forrester, she also played an array of bit parts, including a space mom, an overly-friendly neighbor, a trailer trash party girl, and Jan-In-The-Pan, a head... Read More →
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Michael J. Nelson

Michael J. Nelson is the former host and writer of the Emmy-nominated, Peabody Award-winning "Mystery Science Theater 3000." Since that time, he has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, penned a regular column for TV Guide, and authored best-selling books for both HarperCollins... Read More →
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Paul F. Tompkins

Paul F. Tompkins hosts the Fusion channel’s "No, You Shut Up" and the Earwolf podcast Spontaneanation with Paul F. Tompkins. He is also the voice of "Mr. Peanutbutter" for the Netflix animated series "BoJack Horseman" and plays "Dean Rosedragon" on the forthcoming Seeso comedy "Bajillion... Read More →



Thursday January 7, 2016 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
 
Friday, January 8
 

7:00pm

SF Sketchfest and Peaches Christ Productions Present: 'Teen Witch:' The Peaches Christ Experience with special guests Robyn Lively, Josh Miller and Mandy Ingber
It doesn’t take a psychic to tell you that you’d be hard pressed to TOP THAT when you join SF Sketchfest and Peaches Christ for their celebration of the 1989 cult classic “Teen Witch!” Peaches and her bevy of drag queens will cast a spell on film stars Robyn Lively (Louise), Josh Miller (Richie) and Mandy Ingber (Polly) with a screening and shenanigans at the beautiful Castro Theatre! $22 All Ages

Performers
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Josh Miller

A Los Angeles native, Miller is the co-creator and executive producer (with M.A. Fortin) of the new series "Queen Of The South," an adaptation of Arturo Perez-Reverte’s novel for USA Network, starring Alice Braga. It will premiere in 2016. Recently they wrote the critically acclaimed... Read More →
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Joshua Grannell (AKA Peaches Christ)

Joshua Grannell is the creator and programmer of the SF Underground Short Film Festival. He attended film school at Penn State University, where his senior thesis film Jizzmopper: A Love Story won the Audience Award upon graduation. It was during the production of this film that his... Read More →
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Mandy Ingber

Mandy Ingber, The New York Times best-selling author of “Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover” and creator of the yoga-hybrid DVD “Yogalosophy,” is a celebrity fitness and wellness expert. Her twenty years of teaching experience have attracted such clients... Read More →
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Robyn Lively

Robyn Lively has gained a worldwide audience and a steady fan base with her many memorable roles in film and television. She is beginning her second season of Amazon’s critically acclaimed, "Gortimer Gibbon’s Life On Normal Street." She was recently seen in the thriller "Ouija... Read More →



Friday January 8, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
 
Saturday, January 9
 

11:30am

SF Sketchfest and Alamo Drafthouse Present: 'Hook' 25th Anniversary Screening with Dante Basco and James Madio (The Lost Boys' Rufio and Don't Ask), hosted by Henri Mazza
Hard to believe, but it's been 25 years since we were first introduced to Steven Spielberg's grown-up Peter Pan (the wonderful Robin Williams), his trusty sidekick Tinkerbell (Julia Roberts), and a look at the world of Never Never Land in a way we'd never seen it before, complete with the nefarious Captain Hook (the dazzlingly- tressed Dustin Hoffman) and a very unique group of Lost Boys.

Join SF Sketchfest in celebrating the 25th Anniversary of "Hook" with special "Lost Boy" guests Dante Basco (Rufio) and James Madio (Don't Ask) for a Q&A hosted by Alamo Drafthouse's Henri Mazza, and participate in our interactive viewing party with props we'll provide you when you arrive. Costumes encouraged! Bring the kids! $20 All Ages

Performers
avatar for Dante Basco

Dante Basco

With a career spanning over two and a half decades, DANTE BASCO is a Hollywood actor who has become a cult classic and pioneering figure in Asian American cinema. He was first introduced in Steven Spielberg's fairytale movie Hook, as "Rufio", the leader of the Lost Boys. He quickly... Read More →
avatar for Henri Mazza

Henri Mazza

Henri Mazza is the Chief Creative Officer of the Alamo Drafthouse. He has hosted several events at SF Sketchfest, including "The Princess Bride" with Cary Elwes and the "Footloose" Dance-Along.
avatar for James Madio

James Madio

Born and raised in the Bronx, New York. At the age of thirteen with his very first audition, James landed a role in the Steven Spielberg family adventure, Hook and never looked back. On the set of Hook, Dustin Hoffman was impressed enough with Madio's talent to suggest him for the... Read More →



Saturday January 9, 2016 11:30am - 2:30pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114

3:30pm

SF Sketchfest Tribute: 'Waiting For Guffman: Sesquicentennial + 20' with Bob Balaban, Christopher Guest, Parker Posey and Fred Willard, Moderated by Kevin Pollak (SOLD OUT)
SOLD OUT --  Tickets may be available at the door night-of. See http://sfsketchfest.com/x/how-to-purchase/ for info.

Are you ready to go back to Blaine, Missouri, the Stool Capital of the World? Where Corky got Bonnie a wonderful pantsuit? And where Libby Mae always has a place at the Dairy Queen? And where Ron is teaching Sheila to change her instincts, or at least ignore them? And where a young Dr. Pearl sat next to the class clown and studied him? SF Sketchfest is proud to present the Sesquicentennial + 20 event with a screening of the classic film "Waiting For Guffman" and Q&A with some of the core team who created this wonderful comedy. Please don't invite any Bastard People. $30 All Ages

Performers
avatar for Bob Balaban

Bob Balaban

Bob Balaban has been nominated for an Academy Award, four Emmy Awards, two DGA Awards, a PGA Award, two SAG awards, a BAFTA, and a Tony Award. He produced and co-starred in "Gosford Park." He produced and directed “Bernard and Doris” (HBO), starring Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes... Read More →
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Christopher Guest

Christopher Guest directed and starred in "Waiting For Guffman," "Best In Show, "A Mighty Wind," and "For Your Consideration," all of which he wrote with Eugene Levy. He also directed and starred in "This Is Spinal Tap," which he wrote with Michael McKean, Harry Shearer, and Rob Reiner... Read More →
avatar for Fred Willard

Fred Willard

Fred Willard radiates a unique charm that has established him as one of our generation’s most gifted comic actors. A master of sketch comedy, Fred is most heralded for his quick wit and improvisational expertise. Fred is an alumnus of The Second City and was a co-founder of the... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak

Kevin Pollak has captured the attention of audiences worldwide with his range of both dramatic and comedic roles. He has appeared in over sixty films, as well as countless television projects, and has established himself as one of the few stand-up comedians to have a successful dramatic... Read More →
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Parker Posey

Parker Posey stars opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone in Woody Allen’s most recent film "Irrational Man" which premiered to rave reviews at Cannes. She is currently in production on "Mascots" for writer-director Christopher Guest, and recently wrapped Woody Allen’s upcoming... Read More →



Saturday January 9, 2016 3:30pm - 5:45pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114

7:00pm

'Hot Shots' 25th Anniversary with Jim Abrahams and Pat Proft, moderated by Henri Mazza
Yes, it's been 30 years since "Top Gun." But never mind that. It's been 25 years since the hysterical parody "Hot Shots!" debuted and we're celebrating!

Watch as Topper Harley (Charlie Sheen) flips for Ramada (Valeria Golino), goes to war, and saves the day alongside cohorts Kent (Cary Elwes), Wash-Out (Jon Cryer) and Admiral Tug Benson (Lloyd Bridges, in a hilarious and ridiculous performance).

Legendary comedy filmmakers Jim Abrahams and Pat Proft will be on hand for a special screening and Q&A. Director and co-writer Jim Abrahams is 1/3 of the infamous ZAZ trio, alongside David Zucker and Jerry Zucker, who created the comedies "Airplane!, "The Naked Gun," "Kentucky Fried Movie" and "Top Secret." Co-writer Pat Proft co-wrote the "Naked Gun" trilogy as well as the screenplays for "Police Academy" and "Bachelor Party." $10 All Ages

Moderators
avatar for Henri Mazza

Henri Mazza

Henri Mazza is the Chief Creative Officer of the Alamo Drafthouse. He has hosted several events at SF Sketchfest, including "The Princess Bride" with Cary Elwes and the "Footloose" Dance-Along.

Performers
avatar for Jim Abrahams

Jim Abrahams

Born: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 10, 1944 Graduated University of Wisconsin, Madison June, 1967 Movies: 1978 – “Kentucky Fried Movie,” co-writer, co-executive producer 1980 – “Airplane!” co-writer, co-director 1984 – “Top Secret!” co-writer, co-director 1986... Read More →
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Pat Proft

STAND-UP COMIC. IMPROVISATIONAL THEATER. DUDLEY RIGGS’ BRAVE NEW WORKSHOP. COMEDY STORE IN LA. KENTUCKY FRIED THEATER. PROFT BROKE INTO TV AS A COMEDY PERFORMER. WENT ON TO WRITE AND PERFORM WITH STEVE MARTIN, DICK VAN DYKE, MARY TYLER MOORE, BOB HOPE, SMOTHERS BROTHERS, CAROL BURNETT... Read More →



Saturday January 9, 2016 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
 
Sunday, January 10
 

2:00pm

An Afternoon with Alan Arkin: "The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming" 50th Anniversary Screening and Q&A, moderated by Ron Bostwick
SF Sketchfest welcomes screen legend Alan Arkin back to the festival to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of this classic Cold War comedy. When a Soviet submarine, commanded by Lieutenant Rozanov (Arkin, in an Academy Award-nominated role), accidentally runs aground in a quaint New England town, it causes ridiculous mass hysteria among the townspeople. This acclaimed award-winning film tells a tale that is strangely relevant even in 2016. Directed by Norman Jewison, the film also stars Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint and Jonathan Winters. Alan Arkin, who started as an improv comedian in the Second City troupe and went on to become a major star of the stage and screen, will sit down for an extended conversation with Boulder International Film Festival producer Ron Bostwick after the screening. Arkin's many screen roles include "The In-Laws," "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter," "Wait Until Dark," "Edward Scissorhands," "Argo," and "Little Miss Sunshine," for which he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. $25 All Ages

Performers
avatar for Alan Arkin

Alan Arkin

Alan Arkin has long been recognized as an actor of great talent and versatility on stage, screen and television. He won the 2007 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, the 2007 BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor, the 2007 Best Motion Picture Cast Performance by the SAG Awards... Read More →
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Ron Bostwick

Ron Bostwick has has been a producer at the Boulder (CO) International Film Festival for 10 years, where he's sat down with Bobcat Goldthwait, Alec Baldwin, Chevy Chase, Shirley MacLaine, Martin Sheen, William H. Macy and more. While sitting, he's had the pleasure of interviewing... Read More →



Sunday January 10, 2016 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
 
Friday, January 15
 

7:30pm

THE MADS ARE BACK! Live Movie Riffing with Trace Beaulieu and Frank Conniff
Attention MST3K fans: THE MADS ARE BACK! "Mystery Science Theater 3000" stars Frank Conniff and Trace Beaulieu are taking movie riffing back onstage in their new live show. Watch with Frank and Trace as they screen one of the worst movies ever made and “riff” (or "comedically make fun of," for the uninitiated) live in the same style as the Peabody Award-winning TV series. $25 All Ages

Performers
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Frank Conniff

Frank Conniff is a comedy writer and performer who began his TV career writing for the Peabody award winning Comedy Central series "Mystery Science Theater 3000," where he also played “TV’s Frank”, the bumbling yet lovable mad scientist sidekick. He then went on to be a writer... Read More →
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Trace Beaulieu

Trace Beaulieu is a comic actor, writer, performer. He was a founding member of the Emmy nominated, Peabody Award-winning, cult hit show MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000. In addition to writing, occasionally directing, designing and building sets and props, Trace performed the puppet... Read More →



Friday January 15, 2016 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Brava Theater Center 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
 
Saturday, January 16
 

2:00pm

'Hey Monster, Hands Off My City' Screening and Q&A with Michael Meehan, Johnny Steele and Reggie Steele
This Fellini-inspired Comedy Film, written and directed by Michael Meehan, features a large comic cast, and stars SF Comedians JOHNNY STEELE and REGGIE STEELE as SFPD homicide detectives , who find half eaten bodies turning up all over San Francisco.

The Monster, (Jorge Scott) , pursued by a mute gunman on a unicycle ( Meehan), causes panic in the city, but well armed seniors, ( Valerie Meehan, Roberta Borgonovo, Pat Hunter, Jeannie McMillan ) lock and load to nail this menace.

The mayor,( Kevin Meaney) and the police chief( Michael Pritchard) don’t seem too concerned, as they’ve been paid off by nefarious Krazy Kola executives, ( Dan Spencer & James Svatko) , and aided by murderous fixer Nakamura ( James Van Harper), who are marketing a dangerous new beverage that causes people to “sell their eyes for it”.

13 year old Urban Ranger,( James Schmalz) sent out by his troop leader,(Christopher Meehan) to get his “Golden Scat” badge, finds and befriends the Monster after he is wounded by the mute hunter. The hunter is then distracted by the luscious acrobat( Dwoira Galilea), who questions his motives.

James is warned by prophet of doom ( Reed Kirk Rahlman) of the coming apocalypse, but amid the lunacy of the city, it’s just one more thing including an incarcerated soprano (Maryam Mahvi)who pines for fired Krazy Kola employee Loobey ( Conor Hamill)

As Steele and Steele wind through clues, kooks and snitches, they track down the monster, James, and the Hunter for a final showdown , the answers don’t get easier.

The city is showcased along with comedians, Will Durst, Greg Proops, Clinton Jackson, Michael O’Brien, Linda Hill, Diane Amos, David Alan Moss, Bob Sarlatte, Larry “Bubbles” Brown, Colin Mahan, Debi Durst, Geoff Bolt, Steven Pearl, Tony Sparks, Robert Hawkins ,Alicia Dattner, Marty Maceda , Jimmy Gunn and Ngaio Bealum . Also showcased are Gina Won, Tim Talbott, Howard Meehan, Kelly Pisarri, Lynn Ruth Miller, Rita Romero, Sandy Baker, Eric Ward, Scott Free , David Glaser, Joanne Green, Scott Cameron, Hang Nyguen, Christopher Ralph, Anthony Cistero, and Johnny La. And a cast of thousands.

This comedy was produced with generous support from our local community. This is Michael Meehan’s first Feature Film.
$20 All Ages

Performers
avatar for Johnny Steele

Johnny Steele

Johnny began performing comedy in 1984 after quitting graduate school in a move his parents named: Operation $40K Down The Drain. But Johnny quickly got the hang of the craft and was soon performing – and drinking for free! – at the nation’s top clubs. During the next decade... Read More →
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Michael Meehan

MICHAEL MEEHAN is a self-taught comic, painter, sculptor, writer and now movie auteur. His art is forged from salvaged materials, ideas and a sense of the absurd.
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Reggie Steele

Reggie started doing comedy in 2001, and his hilarious stories quickly made him a local favorite. National TV success soon followed, and Reggie was seen on Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up, Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen, Comedy.TV and Nickelodeon. When he’s not... Read More →



Saturday January 16, 2016 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Roxie Theatre 3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
 
Wednesday, January 20
 

8:00pm

Found Footage Festival meets Everything Is Terrible!
Don't miss this rare meeting between the two best purveyors of funny and weird videos, Found Footage Festival and Everything Is Terrible!

The Found Footage Festival is a one-of-a-kind event showcasing videos found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters throughout North America. Curators Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher take audiences on a guided tour of their latest and greatest VHS finds, providing live commentary and where-are-they-now updates on the people in these videotaped obscurities. From the curiously-produced industrial training video to the forsaken home movie donated to Goodwill, the Found Footage Festival resurrects these forgotten treasures and serves them up in a lively celebration of all things found.
The Found Footage Festival debuted its first show in New York in 2004 and has gone on to sell out hundreds of shows each year across the U.S. and Canada, including the HBO Comedy Festival and the Just For Laughs Festival. The festival has been featured on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!," "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," National Public Radio and has been named a critic’s pick in dozens of publications, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and The Chicago Tribune. The FFF can also be seen twice a week in a popular web series on The Onion’s A.V. Club, in the hit documentary “Winnebago Man,” and in their book, “VHS: Absurd, Odd and Ridiculous Relics from the Videotape Era.”

Everything Is Terrible!
Once a millenium, something emerges from the darkest corner of the universe and enlightens us to the true meaning of being. Something so mystickal, so magickal, and so mind-splitting that all concepts before its existence sounds stupid and boring. Of course, we are talking about Everything Is Terrible! For 8 years the video alchemists at EIT!, as they are known to their adoring followers, have taken thousands of forsaken VHS tapes, chewed them up, and spit them back to their young via daily website postings, six movies, and world tours. In that time, they’ve exposed the universe to wonders such as massaging cat ladies, apocalyptic facial exercises, pizzas parties in hell, and our immortal party-god, Duane. They have also amassed over 11,000 copies of Jerry Maguire on VHS that will be used as sacred bricks in a 3 story pyramid constructed in the great American desert. Nobody could have predicted the cultural, psychological, and illuminating impact EIT! would have on our consciousness, but seeing them live in all of their bedazzled costumage shows once and for all who reigns supreme in the world of found footage! EIT!'s ever-evolving live show combined with their untouchable video curation and spastic video editing style reminds us all that in the right hands, garbage can be turned into gold! It is time pack up your copies of "Jerry Maguire" and accept the fact that your life outside of Everything Is Terrible! is utterly meaningless! Join the movement...

“There are some things on the internet that just make you feel glad to be alive. Everything Is Terrible! is one of those things.” - Village Voice $20 All Ages


Wednesday January 20, 2016 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
 
Friday, January 22
 

7:00pm

SF Sketchfest Tribute to Sally Field: 'Hello, My Name is Doris' Screening and Q&A with Sally Field and Michael Showalter (SOLD OUT)
SOLD OUT --  Tickets may be available at the door night-of. See http://sfsketchfest.com/x/how-to-purchase/ for info.

SF Sketchfest is thrilled to pay tribute to the iconic Sally Field with a screening of her new film "Hello, My Name is Doris" and Q&A with Sally and "Doris" director and co-screenwriter Michael Showalter.

"Hello, My Name is Doris"
After a lifetime of being overlooked and ignored, a woman of a certain age finds her world turned upside down by a handsome new co-worker and a self-help seminar that inspires her to take a chance on love in "Hello, My Name is Doris," a witty and compassionate late-life coming-of-age-story.

When Doris Miller (Sally Field) meets John Fremont (Max Greenfield), her company's hip new art director, sparks fly-at least for Doris. Her first encounter with true romance (outside of the pages of a novel) convinces Doris that she and the mostly unaware John are meant for each other. In the cluttered house she shared with her late mother, Doris mines the Internet for information on her one-and-only, guided by the 13-year-old granddaughter of her best pal Roz (Tyne Daly).

When Doris begins showing up at John's regular haunts, she wins over his Williamsburg friends with her eclectic vintage wardrobe, quirky naiveté and unironic enthusiasm for their rooftop knitting circle. Her new life brings Doris a thrilling perspective, but also creates a rift between her and her longtime friends and family, who believe she's making a fool of herself over a guy half her age. Eager for all the experiences she has missed out on, Doris throws caution to the wind and follows her heart for the very first time.

Hello, Name is Doris stars two-time Academy Award®-winner Sally Field ("Norma Rae," "Places in the Heart"), Max Greenfield ("New Girl," "They Came Together"), Beth Behrs ("2 Broke Girls," "American Pie Presents: The Book of Love"), Wendi McLendon-Covey ("Bridesmaids," "The Goldbergs"), Stephen Root ("Selma," "Fargo"), Elizabeth Reaser ("The Twilight Saga," "Mad Men"), Natasha Lyonne ("Orange Is the New Black, "American Pie"), Tyne Daly ("Cagney and Lacey," "Judging Amy"), Peter Gallagher ("American Beauty," "Covert Affairs") and Isabella Acres ("Sofia the First," "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs").

Based on a short film by Laura Terruso, "Hello, My Name is Doris" was written by Terruso and Michael Showalter and directed by Showalter. $35, 
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with an adult. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.


Performers
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Michael Showalter

MICHAEL SHOWALTER is a writer, director, actor and teacher, living with his wife Kalin in Los Angeles.  MICHAEL is an original founding member THE STATE, a sketch comedy troupe best known for their MTV series in the 90's. He co-wrote and starred in the cult film Wet Hot American... Read More →
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Sally Field

Sally Field is a two-time Academy Award winner who starred in Steven Spielberg's critically acclaimed "Lincoln" as Mary Todd, a role for which she won the New York Film Critics award for Best Supporting Actress and was Oscar® nominated. She was also nominated for Golden Globe... Read More →