Bottle Rocket

When: Thu., July 7 2016

Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson have collaborated a number of times over the years. They made a lasting impression with their collaborative silver screen debut, 1996’s Bottle Rocket, a film that follows three Arizona slackers trying to kick-start a life of crime. Co-written by Wilson, the film also stars his brother Luke. The movie kicks off the Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque series The Life Artistic: Wes Anderson + Mark Mothersbaugh, which includes 35mm film prints of the filmmaker’s first four features, all of which feature music by ex-DEVO member (and Akron native) Mark Mothersbaugh. The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, which currently has an exhibition of Mothersbaugh’s visual art, co-sponsors the series. The film shows at 6:45 p.m. today and at 9:15 p.m. tomorrow. Tickets are $10, $7 for Cinematheque members. (Eli Shively)

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