I Shot Andy Warhol, 7:30 pm
Directed by Mary Harron
Taylor delivers a stunning portrait of radical prefeminist/ Warhol-groupie Valerie Solanas’ descent into madness. She tries to survive on the street by hawking her manifesto—the manual for her one-woman revolutionary group Society for Cutting Up Men (SCUM). “You won’t be able to tear your eyes away from Lili Taylor as this abrasive avant-gardist. Her brilliant breakthrough performance is the stuff awards are made of. I Shot Andy Warhol should turn the cult of Lili Taylor into a full-scale parade” (Rolling Stone). 1996, U.S., color, 35mm, 103 minutes.
The Addiction, 9:30 pm
Directed by Abel Ferrara
This expressionistic film centers on NYU philosophy grad student Kathleen (Taylor), who is bitten by a sultry vampire in an alley. She goes from vulnerable to vicious in feeding her addiction—all while writing her doctoral thesis on the nature of evil. Hypnotic, gritty, and often humorous, with Christopher Walken in a cameo role as a veteran vampire. 1995, U.S., BW, 35mm, 82 minutes.