Hammer Hosts Anderson’s Darjeeling Limited

If you’re willing to battle what always amounts to huge crowds and long lines, Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Limited is the next film in the Big Time screening series at the always awesome Hammer museum:

Filter magazine and the Hammer continue our bi-monthly late night happenings with another culture-filled evening featuring extended gallery hours, music in the courtyard by guest DJs, and a special screening of The Darjeeling Limited (2007), written by Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, and Jason Schwartzman. Director: Wes Anderson. Running time: 91 minutes.

RSVPs required for entry: [email protected] Please note, RSVP does not guarantee seating. This event is free and open to all, but screening is limited to the first 250 people. Box office opens at 6pm.

The screening is Thursday, October 4th at 7:00 pm. While you’re there, check out Ricky Jay’s “Extraordinary Exhibitions.” And best of luck to those of you that think you can make in to the first 250. I’m dying to see the film, but I think I’ll wait one whole day ’til October 5th, when it opens locally.

3 thoughts on “Hammer Hosts Anderson’s Darjeeling Limited”

  1. IMPORTANT: Screenings like this are a pain but I suggest going if and only if the related ‘Hotel C.’ short film is being played beforehand as that will not be played with the standard theatrical release and is the best part of the overall film. The feature itself is Anderson’s weakest in terms of story/character.

  2. It’s so much better in the theater, though.

    Especially if you don’t know anything about it: Full of nice surprises.

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