Showtime is 8 p.m., with $8 admission.
On Jan. 11, the Psychotronic Film Society’s ongoing series of overlooked or underappreciated cinematic treasures from around the world continues at The Sentient Bean, as it has most every Wednesday for the last decade. The exact title of this week’s feature is a closely guarded secret, but this much can be revealed: It’s the second annual Memorial Tribute to the late, great actor and musician David Bowie, whom we lost to cancer in January 2016. I can say that it’s not a concert film of any kind. Rather, it’s a criminally unknown (and completely charming) feature motion picture showcasing Bowie’s dramatic and comedic talents.
The supporting cast includes many instantly recognizable names and faces, but for a myriad of legal reasons, this lovely little American independent film has been completely unavailable in this country for decades. If you’re a Bowie enthusiast, or merely someone who enjoys vaguely screwball-ish romantic-comedies, this one’s worth a look.