Capitol Hosts Casting Call for Film Critics

DOWNTOWN BURLINGTON’S CAPITOL THEATER HAS SIGNED A DEAL WITH A DISTRIBUTOR OF INDEPENDENTLY-PRODUCED MOVIES AND THE FIRST TWO SCREENINGS THIS MONTH ARE FREE.

 

EVERY TUESDAY NITE AT 7 O’CLOCK, A NEW AWARD-WINNING FILM WILL BE SHOWN IN THE 400-SEAT THEATER, GIVING LOCAL AUDIENCES A CHANCE TO SEE IT BEFORE IT’S RELEASED TO THE EAST AND WEST COASTS. ONCE THE FIRST TWO FREE SCREENINGS ARE OVER…ON THE 21ST AND 28TH…YOU CAN SIGN UP TO SEE FOUR MOVIES-A-MONTH FOR 19 DOLLARS…AND THAT INCLUDES DISCUSSIONS AFTERWARDS…VISITS BY THE FILMMAKERS…AND PRIZES, AMONG OTHER THINGS. BEGINNING IN FEBRUARY, INDIVIDUAL TICKETS WILL BE OFFERED AT 7 DOLLARS EACH.

BY THE WAY, THE FIRST OF THE FREE SCREENINGS…ON THE 21ST…IS CALLED “12 O’CLOCK BOYS,” AND IS A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT BALTIMORE’S URBAN DIRT-BIKE CROWD AND A 10-YEAR OLD WHO WANTS TO JOIN. SCREENING NUMBER-2…ON THE 28TH…IS “BLACKOUT,” A CRIME THRILLER BY DUTCH DIRECTOR ARNE TOONEN.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT THE CAPITOL THEATER.

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