January 04, 2013 06:00pm-09:00pm
Doris Duke Theatre
Directed by Andrea Arnold. UK, 2011, 129 mins. Hawaiʻi premiere
Reception at 6pm, screening at 7:30pm
$15, $12 museum members; includes pre-screening reception with complimentary glass of wine
Oscar-winning British filmmaker Andrea Arnold’s daring, stark and fresh interpretation of Emily Brontë’s epic is one of the most talked-about literary adaptations of the year. Don’t miss Heathcliff, Catherine and the wild Yorkshire moors, as you’ve never seen them before.
Official Selection: Venice, Toronto and Sundance.
See the trailer.
Special thanks to FFF sponsor Louis Vuitton, hotel sponsor Aqua Hotels and Resorts and Aqua Lotus Honolulu, and Bruno de Paris Salon.
Special guest speaker: Glenn Man, Professor of English at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Glenn Man teaches courses in composition, literature, and film. Two of his courses include Fiction into Film and Narrative in Film and Literature.
Make it dinner and a movie: At the pre-screening reception, 6-7:30pm, you can purchase plate lunches of global cuisine (Egyptian chicken, Thai curries, lamb kebabs) from Da Spot. A complimentary glass of wine or soda is included in your ticket.
We are also offering a chance to win a haircut and style from Bruno de Paris Salon in exchange for joining our e-mail list!