Movie Night: The Treasure
Sent to mailinglist subscribers on March 10, 2016
Two neighbors, one treasure, and a big caper
The hunt for a buried treasure becomes a comic tale of redemption
Join Fresno Filmworks this Friday night, March 11th, for the Romanian dark comedy “The Treasure,” a satirical tale of the search for buried treasure that won the Prix Un Certain Talent at the Cannes Film Festival. Show times are 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. The film is not rated. Run time is 90 minutes.
FROM THE CRITICS
Bilge Ibiri of New York Magazine says “Drolly funny and rigorously executed, Corneliu Porumboui’s ‘The Treasure’ offers a fine example of the conceptual boldness that characterizes much of New Wave Romanian cinema.”
ON OUR BLOG
Megan Ginise guides us through some of cinema’s best treasure hunts.
Board member Fae Giffen introduces us to the the Romanian new wave of cinema
Cost: $10 general admission, $8 students/seniors
On ground: Visit the Tower Theatre box office at 815 E. Olive Ave. in Fresno
Online: Visit FresnoFilmworks.org right now