A Town Called Panic: The Specials

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 AT NOON | GENERAL ADMISSION: $8 • LOFT MEMBERS AND CHILDREN 12 & UNDER: $6

Celebrate the first annual Art House Theatre Day at The Loft Cinema, featuring three special screenings (some with bonus content), exclusive giveaways, film-related prizes, food trucks, and more! The first 50 people at A Town Called Panic will get free tickets to the Children’s Museum Tucson! The first 25 people at this screening will also receive an exclusive A Town Called Panic pencil case with two collectible pins (Horse and Space Pig), only available on Art House Theatre  Day!

Co-presented by the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros and featuring their signature Old West stunt performance on the patio before the film – starting at 11:00am!

Click here for the food truck schedule.

A Town Called Panic revels in a silliness that is by turns cerebral, surreal and hilarious. It’s the kind of anarchic fare that will appeal not just to cool kids, but to any adult who has had it with cookie-cutter family-friendly animated films.” – Michael O’Sullivan, Washington Post

Come visit A Town Called Panic, with two new, award-winning animated specials from the Academy Award-nominated directors of Ernest & Celestine. With disarming wit and hilarious visuals, A Town Called Panic revels in the simple setup of three plasticine toys sent on increasingly surreal and freewheeling adventures. Cowboy and Indian are always up to some harebrained scheme, with Horse left to clean up the mess.

In The Christmas Log, their out-of-control antics lead Horse to call Santa and cancel the presents. But the boys figure they can still save Christmas… if they break into their neighbor’s house to steal his yule log! (Dir. by Stephane Aubier & Vincent Patar, 2015, Belgium, in English, 26 mins., Not Rated / Suitable for all ages)

In Back to School, a class assignment yields a special prize, but only Pig knows the answer. Cowboy and Indian use a special shrinking potion to try and sneak into Pig’s brain, where they discover a sodium-packed world of pig cops riding in bacon cars and sausage cycles. (Dir. by Stephane Aubier & Vincent Patar, 2015, Belgium, in English, 26 mins., Not Rated / Suitable for all ages)

Art House Theatre Day is a nationwide celebration of the art house theatre and the cultural role it plays in a community.   It is a day to recognize the year-round contributions of film and filmmakers, patrons, projectionists, and staff, and the brick and mortar theatres that are passionately dedicated to providing access to the best cinematic experience.