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Arts and Entertainment

Get Out: King Kong, Bela Tarr Retrospective & Rock

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INDEPENDENT: Join Cinefamily as it kicks off its Bela Tarr retrospective with Werkmeister Harmonies at 7pm. The film is about a small Hungarian town that begins to lose its order after a circus brings the stuffed carcass of a whale—a sight of attraction for everyone in the town. The film has been described as "a masterpiece of bone-chillingly stark beauty." For a list of all the films that will be shown in the retrospective throughout April and May, visit The Cinefamily website.

MUSIC: Feel like rocking? \m/ Tonight Vision, So Wrong, Haunted Tiger and the Wedding Rings will be playing at The Down and Out Bar at 501 S. Spring St. Music starts at 9 and there's no cover. For more details, check out the event's Facebook page.

KING KONG: Is the Easter Bunny too cuddly for ya? Today you can curl up with the 1933 version of "King Kong" with Fay Wray at the Egyptian Theatre at 7:30 pm tonight. For tickets and more info, check out the theater's website.