“I sincerely believe that to see good films, and to see important films, is one of the most profoundly civilizing experiences that we can have as people.”
-- Roger Ebert
Thanks to sponsors Americus Diamond
, Stevens Lighting
, the Law Office of Frank Sandoval, Jr. Biga on the Banks
, the NatureSweet Foundation
, and The Law Office of Gilbert Vara, Jr.VIRTUAL WATCH PARTIES!
While we're still waiting on a safe way to enjoy a movie together, in person, this summer we'll be hosting a series of "watch parties" online. These screenings will be held on Tuesday nights at 7:30, and will be accessed with an Amazon Prime account. Login and watch the movie with us, and we'll share trivia and critical views as the show runs on your laptop or desktop computer.
Following the movie, we'll host a 15 to 20 minute video chat where we can talk about the movie and anything else from the world of cinema that's on your mind! To participate, you will need to have an Amazon Prime account.
Register via our special links below, and we'll send an email with the screening link the morning of the show.NOTE: You do not need to register to attend online, but registering will automatically enter you into a drawing for a TPR prize pack.
Schedule:August 31 - "Paper Moon"
A travelling Bible salesman is tasked with taking an orphaned girl to her family. The two have more in common than they first realize and after becoming a quick pair of con artists the orphan is loathe to give the life up. Nominated for three Academy Awards, Tatum O'Neal won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, still the youngest person ever to win a competitive award. Directed by Peter Bogdanovich ("The Last Picture Show"). 102 minutes, Rated PG.
Register ahead of time for the door prize, and to get the Amazon watch party link sent to you on Tuesday around 6:30 p.m. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/tpr-cinema-watch-party-papermoon-tickets-166096885255
Join us in the "lobby" after the film! https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83328981902?pwd=ZHUxQkI2ZTdkK1lKK28zN1NUL3dtQT09Meeting ID:
833 2898 1902Passcode:
690074Titles may change due to availability on Amazon Prime.