Big Fish (2003)

The Art of Fatherhood Film Series
Amid this month’s holiday salute to fathers and their influences, the Library spotlights five big-screen takes on the obstacles, aggravations, and intricacies of being a dad. Finishing up: Tim Burton directs the acclaimed fantasy drama about a son (Billy Crudup) trying to separate fact from fiction in the life of his dying father (Albert Finney and, as a younger man, Ewan McGregor). (PG-13; 125 min.)
Saturday, June 29, 2019 1:30 pm
Room: 
Durwood Film Vault
PG-13 — Parents Strongly Cautioned
Being a dad can be complicated. This month, amid our salute to fathers and their influences, the Library spotlights five big-screen takes on the obstacles, aggravations, and intricacies of fatherhood. Directing, in order: Sam Mendes, Spike Lee, Leonard Nimoy, Sofia Coppola, and Tim Burton.

SATURDAYS AT 1:30 P.M.
Stanley H. Durwood Film Vault
Central Library, 14 W. 10th St.
June 1 Road to Perdition (2002; R)
June 8 He Got Game (1998; R)
June 15 Three Men and a Baby (1987; PG)
June 22 Somewhere (2010; R)
June 29 Big Fish (2003; PG-13)