Christopher Kelly Modern Cinema-Monthly Series presents Locke.
Tom Hardy (Inception) stars as a construction supervisor with a wife, a pregnant mistress and some very frustrated co-workers, who over the course of a late-night car ride from Birmingham to London struggles to keep his life for spiraling desperately out of control. Written and directed by Steven Knight (the Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Dirty Pretty Things and Eastern Promises), this is at once a haunting character study, a nerve-jangling thriller and an audacious technical triumph (the film never leaves the confines of the car, and Hardy is the only actor we see onscreen). Following hugely successful screenings at the Venice and Sundance Film Festivals, Locke will screen at the Modern weeks before its national release.
85 min; R
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth partners with film critic Christopher Kelly to host regular "Modern Cinema" screenings - sneak previews of critically acclaimed titles, unsung highlights from the film festival circuit, and newly restored classic films - on a monthly basis. Kelly introduces the films, and closes with a Q&A session. Film titles will be announced 2 weeks in advance. Screenings are held in the Museum's auditorium.
Passes for the series (six films) are $55, $45 for Modern members, $35 for Reel People members.
Single tickets go on sale two hours prior to show time and run $10, $8 for Modern members $7 for Reel People members. For passes or Reel People member single tickets, please call 817.738.9215 or visit the information desk at the Modern.