Black Moon 35mm Print + Blixaboy and Time Live Behind the Screen


Past Event

Location Info:

Texas Theater
110 W Main St.
Waxahachie, TX  75165
The first 30 minutes may be dialogue free, but director Louis Malle’s Black Moon is a poetic feast for the eyes and imagination. The 1975 film may not be as well known as My Dinner with Andre or the autobiographical Au Revoir Les Enfants, but Malle once said his surrealistic Black Moon was “the most intimate of my films.” Texas Theatre, 231 W. Jefferson Blvd., screens Malle's fantastical Alice in Wonderland-inspired dreamscape in 35mm film, complete with gabby unicorn, a mumbling rat named Humphrey, talking flowers and other unforgettable scenes. The dreamlike film is unlike anything he filmed before or after, and when pressed to describe the film, Malle called it “a mythological fairy tale taking place in the near future.” The film screens at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30. A concert featuring Time and a live set from Wanz Dover’s Blixaboy follows the film. George Quartz will also be deejaying in the Texas Theatre Saloon. Tickets are $10 for the film, $6 for the concert or $14 for both. For tickets, visit

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