Coen Brothers coming back for Walker retrospective


Movie fanatics and cult movie lovers are all geeking out right now knowing they might have a chance to see the Coen Brothers at the Walker Art Center. The Twin Cities will welcome back our favorite filmmakers for the Walker's retrospective on their careers to mark the 25th anniversary of their debut film "Blood Simple".

The big event worth getting a seat at: Joel and Ethan Coen will take part in a Regis Dialogue Friday Sept. 25th. Tickets cost $100 and appear to only be available to Walker members.

More details below.

The Regis Retrospective will run from Sept. 18-Oct. 17. The Walker will show 13 Coen flims: Blood Simple; Raising Arizona; Miller's Crossing; Barton Fink; The Hudsucker Proxy; Fargo; The Big Lebowski; O Brother, Where Art Thou?; The Man Who Wasn't There; The Ladykillers; Intolerable Cruelty; No Country for Old Men; and Burn After Reading.

Their next film, "A Serious Man," opens in Minneapolis, New York, and Los Angeles Oct. 2. The film was shot in several Twin Cities locations.

For more information on tickets to the Regis Dialogue, click here. The complete retrospective schedule and tickets should be available by Aug. 18.

If you want tickets to the Regis Dialogue, it looks like you have to be a Walker member. The tickets will be first sold exclusively to Walker contribution members from Aug. 17 to Sept. 9. On Sept. 10, all Walker members can register for the waiting list here.

The Walker is of course suggesting you upgrade your membership in order to get first dibs on tickets.