For the week of September 30 thru October 6
We had a great turnout for the Presidential Debate on Monday. Many thanks to our partner ThinkTV who made this event possible. ThinkTV also hosted a great series of children’s shorts Monday about the importance of having a voice – voting – that all of Mills Lawn School attended throughout the day. Our partnership with ThinkTV and their programs will continue over the next 6 weeks, so stay tuned.
On Friday we open Ron Howard’s documentary on The Beatles. The theatrical version of this wonderful documentary has 30 minutes of additional, restored footage of the famous 1965 concert at Shea Stadium. From Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week tells the story of these exceptional touring years – from the perspectives of the band, its orbit, the fans, and their world. The film recreates the touring experience through the eyes of the band members themselves, where every stop was an adventure – from early performances in Hamburg to their January 1964 performance in France. The film also explores the incomparable electricity between performer and audience that turned the music into a movement – a common experience into something sublime. VIEW TRAILER
Last year we showed the 34th Asbury Short Film Concert and it was a hit. This year it returns with its 35th Anniversary. Asbury Shorts mission is to keep world-renowned shorts in theaters and performing arts centers across the US…on real cinema screens, as opposed to You Tube, smart phones, or computers. An Asbury Short film “concert” will feature a mix of Oscar Nominees, US film festival “Best of Show” winners, and international honorees in a fast paced and highly entertaining two hour showcase. Admission is $12 and you can reserve your tickets online at BrownPaperTickets.com Purchase Tickets
On Sunday at 1 PM we are showing PBS’s children’s movie ARTHUR MAKES A MOVIE.
Arthur Makes a Movie – Too young to see a real “James Hound” movie, the kids decide they’ll make a film of their own. With Muffy directing and Arthur playing the dashing hero, how bad could it be?
Running time is about an hour, and admission is FREE thanks to our sponsor, Think TV. Donations to the Little Art are always welcome, and appreciated.
See you soon at the best place to watch a movie, together.
UPCOMING (subject to change)
The Birth Of A Nation
Harry and the Snowman
Kubo And The Two Strings
The Light Between Oceans
A Man Called Ove
Queen Of Katwe
Don’t Think Twice
Southside With You