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For New Mexicans

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((... and fans from Arizona, Colorado, Texas, and other surrounding states who have reliable cars and enough free time to drive to Santa Fe... or maybe just a bunch of frequent flyer miles they need to use up.))

  Tickets are now available for the first week's offerings at the revived Jean Cocteau Cinema.

  Here's our schedule for our first week:

 FRIDAY AUGUST 9
630pm Forbidden Planet - SOLD OUT
845pm Orpheus
11pm  Dark Star

  SATURDAY AUGUST 10
2pm Forbidden Planet
415pm Orpheus
630pm Forbidden Planet
845pm Orpheus
11pm Dark Star

SUNDAY AUGUST 11
2pm Orpheus
415pm Forbidden Planet
7pm Orpheus
9pm Forbidden Planet

MONDAY AUGUST 12
7pm Forbidden Planet
9pm Orpheus

TUESDAY AUGUST 13
7pm Orpheus
9pm Forbidden Planet

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 14
7pm Forbidden Planet
9pm Orpheus

THURSDAY AUGUST 15
2pm Orpheus
415pm Forbidden Planet
7pm Orpheus
9pm Forbidden Planet

Tickets to all showings are absolutely FREE.  So come by the theatre -- we're at 418 Montezuma, just off Guadalupe, near the Railrunner depot and Sanbusco -- and pick up one, or two, or five.

And I'll see you at the movies.

Comments

ext_1831627
Aug. 6th, 2013 01:37 pm (UTC)
Chairman Mao would've loved Forbidden Planet.

Any plans to show films by local/otherwise independent filmmakers? I'd love to screen there, if the opportunity presented itself. Regardless, I love the concept of the Cocteau. Reminds me of Kickstarter and IndieGoGo. Anyone can be a patron of the arts.

- Jared
grrm
Aug. 6th, 2013 04:36 pm (UTC)
Yes, we'll be showing indy films by local filmmakers.

Not sure what you mean by "the concept" of the Cocteau. We're no Kickstarter. No one is asking for donations.

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