We invite all supporters of the Hollywood Theatre to attend the big-screen premiere on Saturday, November 1 of The Hollywood – Till We Meet Again. It’s the finale of the “Hollywood Trilogy”, produced by Curtis Emde and Silmara Albi’s (aka “The Projection Project”).
It will be shown at Vancouver’s noted art house cinema, The Cinematheque, on Saturday November 1st (doors opening at 2pm). The movie will be screened alongside the artwork of projectionist Al Reid and a couple of other surprise film shorts.
Hosted by local film history professor and movie critic Michael van den Bos and featuring some fabulous door prizes, this is one matinee not to be missed.
Saturday, November 1st – doors open at 2pm
1131 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 2L7
Admission by donation
The Hollywood Theatre is due to be gutted in January. But all is not lost… with your help! A proposal to preserve it for the community is underway, but YOUR VERY PUBLIC SUPPORT is the key to its success. Our only real chance to affect the outcome is to clearly show the owner, the media, and city council what the Hollywood theatre means to all of us. The way to do that is by turning out in MASSIVE NUMBERS this Sunday!
By attending, you will:
- Learn facts you never knew about the amazing history of the Hollywood
- Discover what’s being suggested as an alternative vision for this beloved community space
- Find out how you can help!
THIS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2pm
St. James Hall, 3214 West 10th Ave. (at Trutch)
(Note: 1 block south and west of the Hollywood)
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In this brief overview, Save the Hollywood Theatre Coalition spokesperson Terry Martin discusses the aims of the group, and how saving the Hollywood could benefit everyone in the neighbourhood – residents, local business people, movie & music fans & the owner alike.