- Outdoor Screening
Jul 31, 2020
TSL Presents: PARKING LOT LIVE!
TSL opens up its spacious, 20,000-square-foot parking lot for a safe and socially distanced food, music, and film series. Featuring our brand-new outdoor stage and movie screen.
Rain Date 8/2
Introduction by Linda Mussmann and Claudia Bruce at 8:30pm. Movie screening at dusk (~8:45pm). TSL opens an hour beforehand for tamales, popcorn, candy, and beverages.
MASKS REQUIRED! Capacity limited to fifty seats per evening. Ticket of $10 general / $8 members includes a chair and social distancing space.
Advanced ticket sales encouraged. Schedule and safety guidelines subject to change.
Support! If you would like to support the Parking Lot Live program, you may make a contribution here.
MUSSMANN/BRUCE ARCHIVES: TSL founders Linda Mussmann and Claudia Bruce present a short film (1982) from the Mussmann/Bruce Archives, including an introduction to the archive project and the premiere of a brief performance by Bruce. You can visit the Mussmann/Bruce Archive at archive.timeandspace.org.
DETOUR (1945): As he hitchhikes his way from New York to Los Angeles, a down-on-his-luck nightclub pianist (Tom Neal) finds himself with a dead body on his hands and nowhere to run – a waking nightmare that goes from bad to worse when he picks up the most dangerous femme fatale in cinema history, Ann Savage’s bad-tempered, monstrously conniving drifter, Vera. Working with no-name stars on a bargain-basement budget, auteur Edgar G. Ulmer turned threadbare production values and seedy, low-rent atmosphere into indelible pulp poetry. Long available only in substandard public domain prints, Detour haunts anew in its first major restoration. 1945. 1h18m.