Bravo Continues To Present The Best In Independent Film With IFC Fridays @ Bravo

Once again, Bravo breaks into the Independent Film Channel’s (IFC) film vault
to bring viewers another great line-up of independent favorites every Friday night in April. Highlights include premieres of critically acclaimed films Little Man Tate and
The Last Seduction.


April 6 at 8:00PM/ET, 8:30PM/PT

Nicholas Cage stars as Michael in this John Dahl film. When a promised job for Texan Michael fails to come through in Wyoming, Mike is mistaken by Wayne to be the hit-man he hired to kill his unfaithful wife, Suzanne (Lara Flynn Boyle). Mike takes full advantage of the situation, collects the money and runs. During his getaway, things go wrong, and soon get worse when he runs into the real hitman, Lyle (Dennis Hopper).


April 13 at 8:00PM/ET, 8:30PM/PT

Jodie Foster (The Accused, Silence Of The Lambs) stars as Dede, a sole parent trying to bring up her son Fred (Adam Hann-Bryd). When it is discovered that Fred is a genius, she is determined to ensure that Fred has all the opportunities that he needs, and remind people that he is still a child, despite his powerful intellect.


April 20 at 8:00PM/ET, 8:30PM/PT

Ben Stiller (Meet The Parents, Reality Bites), Aaron Eckhart
(Erin Brockovich, Nurse Betty) and Amy Brenneman (“Judging Amy”) star in this Neil LaBute ( In The Company Of Men) tale of modern immorality. Theater instructor Jerry (Stiller) starts an affair with Mary (Brenneman), and that starts a chain of events that affect their respective partners and other characters in the film, creating a web of relationships.


April 27 at 8:00PM/ET, 8:30PM/PT

John Dahl’s thriller starring Linda Fiorentino (Dogma, Unforgettable) as Bridget, a “femme fatale” who steals her husband’s money and leaves from New York. She meets Mike, Peter Berg (“Chicago Hope,” Cop Land), who falls in love with her and they become lovers. But Mike has no idea about Bridget’s past and her plans to use him to get rid of her husband.

Bravo offers critically acclaimed American and international films as well as performing arts, including dance, theater, classical music and jazz.


Tara McGuire

Jennifer Peterson