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Seven Days And Counting...

tiger
 We're down to seven days till the grand re-opening of the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe.

[That sound you just heard was me gulping.  Work is proceeding apace, but there's still a lot to do, and that opening is bearing down on us like a damned locomotive.  I need to whip my minions harder.]

First up, the classic 1956 MGM big budget SF classic, FORBIDDEN PLANET.



Tickets for FORBIDDEN PLANET... and Jean Cocteau's ORPHEUS and John Carpenter's DARK STAR, our other featured attraction... will all be FREE, but they're going fast, especially for opening night.  If you're in Santa Fe, drop by the box office and get yours now.




Oh, and we also hope to have signed copies of some of my books for sale at the theatre... and maybe other cool stuff as well.

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Steve Capizzi
Aug. 3rd, 2013 12:53 am (UTC)
will work for popcorn
I'd love to make a road trip from Los Angeles to the re-opening, Mr. Martin. Hearing you talk about the popcorn in an interview makes me really want to try it. I'm sure the movies will be fun too.

Is volunteer work welcome?
grrm
Aug. 3rd, 2013 01:04 am (UTC)
Re: will work for popcorn
Volunteers man the other two small theatres in town, the CCA and the Screen, but those of those are non-profits. We're not, so we will be paying all our employees.

But you'd be welcome to come try the popcorn, any time.
Steve Capizzi
Aug. 3rd, 2013 01:34 am (UTC)
Re: will work for popcorn
Travel through an enchanted land to visit a historical theater, watch a retro SF dark comedy, and snack on popcorn endorsed by a Hugo-award winning author? I'll be there.
superscienceser
Aug. 3rd, 2013 06:24 pm (UTC)
I'll eat the popcorn.
Rockin, pop me some corn and concession goodies and everything else. I may have to plan a roadtrip or two.

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