Discover a vibrant world of cinematic experiences at the Warehouse Art District Association's Fall Film Series! Immerse yourself in diverse programming that celebrates arts and culture, promising an enriching and unforgettable journey. Join us for a captivating season of films that will ignite your imagination and foster a sense of community through the magic of storytelling. Free Popcorn for WADA Members!
Oct 14- "Between Sea and Land" (2016) Hispanic Heritage Month
In a Colombian fishing village, Alberto's poignant journey, hindered by a confining ailment, leads him to discover freedom through friendships, dreams of the sea, and the film's portrayal of Hispanic community resilience, unity, and heritage, making it a poignant tribute to Hispanic Heritage Month.
Followed by a Q&A with Screenwriter, Actor, and Director Manolo Cruz.
Oct 21- "An American in Paris" (1951) Movement
"American in Paris" is a captivating musical where Jerry, an aspiring artist, explores the enchanting streets of Paris, entwining romance, art, and movement in a dynamic symphony of dance and emotion.
Oct 28- "Fear of Rain" (2021) Halloween + Costume Contest
"Fear of Rain" immerses viewers in a suspenseful psychological journey as Rain, grappling with schizophrenia, navigates an eerie mystery against the backdrop of St. Petersburg, delivering a Halloween-season experience that blurs the line between the supernatural and the complexities of the human mind.
Nov 4- "The Candidate" (1972) Upcoming Election Year
"The Candidate" starring Robert Redford as charismatic Bill McKay, offers a thought-provoking glimpse into the inner workings and moral dilemmas of election campaigns, skillfully blending sharp wit and insightful commentary within a classic political satire.
Organized by Warehouse Arts District Association
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