“Forgotten Hollywood”- A Double Bill to Die For…

Posted on November 8, 2012 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Theatre-going audiences in the Pacific Northwest will have the unique opportunity to enjoy a thoughtfully planned double bill on November 14th. Part of the year-round Seattle Intertnational Film Festival (SIFF) program, virtually join the Master of Suspense, and his seminal film back on the big screen. Ticket holders to Psycho receive priority seating for a special screening of Hitchcock from Fox Searchlight Pictures.

   It’s all happening at the SIFF Cinema Uptown, located at 511 Queen Anne Ave. North. Tickets are $15, but SIFF members will be given a discount and only have to pay $10. The double-bill screening begins promptly at 7p.

   SIFF’s mission is to create experiences bringing people together to discover extraordinary films from around the world. It’s through the art of cinema that they foster a community more informed, aware, and alive. Hitchcock opens in nationally in select theaters on November 23rd. It stars Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, Scarlett Johansson, and Toni Colette.

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   Ann Arbor’s non-profit center for fine film and the performing arts, the Michigan Theatre is hosting a FREE Holiday Classic Film series. Their schedule includes: Meet Me in St. Louis on Saturday, December 1st; the original Miracle on 34th Street on Sunday, December 16th; and It’s a Wonderful Life on Sunday December 23rd. All screenings begin at 1:30p.

   The Michigan Theatre is west of State St., in downtown Ann Arbor at 603 E. Liberty St. These timeless classics will put any Midwest family in the mood for the Holidays!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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