Next weekend, Alamo will show three Williams films, each for just $5, with proceeds going to the University of Colorado Depression Center, which provides treatment for persons with depression and bipolar disorder as well as co-occurring anxiety disorders. The lineup:
Popeye 1:30 p.m. Saturday, August 23 Robert Altman directed Williams in this offbeat musical adaptation of the classic comic strip character; it was his first major film role. With music by Harry Nilsson. Also starring Shelley Duvall.
The Fisher King 4:30 p.m. Saturday, August 23 Terry Gilliam's wild and devastating film with Williams, Jeff Bridges, Mercedes Ruehl and Amanda Plummer in a fantastical tale of forgiveness and moving on.
One Hour Photo 9:30 p.m. Thursday, August 28 In a dark role showcasing his massive acting range, Williams dove head-first into his role as a lonely Photomat technician who finds solace in the lives of his customer's photographs but soon finds that solace can turn to obsession if you're not careful. Presented in 35mm film.
Tickets are now on sale here.