Don’t miss Owen Kline’s handpicked influences for Funny Pages, playing August 19-25! See schedule and get tickets

Join Owen Kline in person on Friday, August 26! Q&A at 6:15pm screening (moderated by Adam Resnick) and intro at 8:45pm screening.

A highlight of this year’s Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes, Funny Pages is a hilariously dark, pleasantly unexpected coming-of-age story from actor-turned-director Owen Kline. After his mentor dies in a freak accident, a promising 17-year-old artist (Daniel Zolghadri, Eighth Grade) abandons school and his spoiled suburban lifestyle to live as a cartoonist on the outskirts of Trenton, and among the city’s fringe figures to whom he willingly gravitates. Produced by the Safdie brothers and shot on 16mm by Sean Price Williams (along with Hunter Zimny), Kline’s feature debut draws surprising connections between the lo-fi traditions of 1990s and early 2000s American indies and the vividly observed marginalia of underground cartoons, but its distinctive, cringe-inducing humor and genuine affection for its characters establish a world belonging completely to the filmmaker. An A24 release.

Take advantage of Matinee Pricing! All tickets are $10 for screenings before 3pm.


Please note: Open caption screenings of the film will play on 8/26 (8:45pm), 8/27 (12:15pm), 8/29 (6:15pm), and 8/31 (6:15pm). Audio descriptions also available.


Enjoy 10% off beer and wine at Indie Food and Wine when presenting your ticket (digital or printed) for FLC programming. Offer must be redeemed the same day of screening. All refreshments and food from Indie can now be enjoyed during EBM screenings!