Tomorrow night is the start of the Dallas Museum of Art’s monthly Late Night event. This event is lasting three nights instead of one in celebration of the closing of the Lens of Impressionism exhibit. Tomorrow night Au revoir les efantes and Amelie are showing, keeping in tract with their French artists theme. On Sunday, May 23rd, the classics An American in Paris and Funny Face are showing. The price of admission to this event is $10 and all films are included in this event. For full details and a schedule of events, click here.
On Sunday, May 23rd, the series finale of Lost will play on a screen at the Dallas Angelika. Seating will begin at 6 p.m. and the event is free. The actual finale will start at 7 p.m. but seating is first come, first serve.
On Thursday, May 27th, Enterhealth presents the Dallas premiere of Lost in Woonsocket at 7:30 at the Dallas Angelika. Lost in Woonsocket chronicles the story of a group of filmmakers who try to help two homeless alcoholics get their lives on track. The documentary premiered at the 2007 SXSW Film Festival. The event is free; seats just need to be reserved by calling 214.614.1114 or emailing a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. After the premiere, there is a question and answer session with one of the film’s stars and one of the film’s director. Enterhealth is a drug and alcoholic rehabilitation center in the DFW metroplex.
On Friday, May 28th, and Saturday, May 29th, Inwood Theatre is showing Tim Burton’s Batman as part of their Midnight Madness series with the Dallas Observer.