The Ram is back! Learn all about the making of Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler


Mickey Rourke in The Wrestler

In a rare treat that would make an extra-special pre-holiday present for the cinema loving/hair metal-listening/professional wrestling fan in your life, the Film Society screens Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler with a whole host of key behind-the scenes contributers on deck to talk about the making of the buzz-worthy film.

On Tuesday, December 9 at 7 join producer Scott Franklin, cinematographer Maryse Alberti and editor Andrew Weisblum as they discuss the peculiar challenges of their own spin on the underdog-sports-hero-makes-good story. Buy tickets

PLUS, check out our archives for exclusive coverage on the Wrestler:

Read NYFF festival correspondent Tom Treanor’s review.

Watch one of FilmCatcher’s excellent video interviews, this one with Darren Arronofsky.

Heck, checkout New York Mag’s hilarious “Ten Things You Need to Know About The Wrestler”

Getting the sense that we are just a tad excited about this event? Check out everything the filmlinc blog has written about the Wrestler. We’ll see you front row center.

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One Comment on “The Ram is back! Learn all about the making of Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler”

  1. Tom Amick Says:

    Mickey Rourke is brilliant on screen in “The Wrestler.” No one, and I mean no contemporary male actor 20, 10 years his junior, or even in his age range has the capacity to emote charisma, power, intensity, and raw human emotion in front of a camera so effectively. His soul-on-his-sleeve acting approach is riveting to every pair of eyes glued on his ravaged visage. The man has lived a hard life, but his heart is as big as the world.

    Mickey deserves an Oscar, but more importantly the respect of his peers and movie fans worldwide. BRAVO to Mickey, who has patiently waited for this kind of opportunity. Lady Luck came through, and man-o-man is his performance a doozy. I love you Mickey and couldn’t be happier for you. Alas, as an aside, check out his performances in “The Pope of Greenwich Village” and “Year of the Dragon.”

    Ciao, Tom Amick (currently taking up space in ATLANTA)


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