Screening of Radio Free Albemuth at the Museum of the Moving Image


June 21, 6pm The Philip K Dick FIlm Festival in collaboration
with the Museum of The Moving Image is having a screening
of Radio Free Albemuth at 6pm. Screening is free with museum admission. Screening followed by Q@A with/ Visit the Museum 's calendar for more

info.
.http://www.movingimage.us/visit/calendar/2014/06/21/detail/radio-free-albemuth

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  • Dan A.

    Thank you all for supporting the sold out
    screening of Radio Free Albemuth at the Museum
    of the Moving Image last night.!!!!!

    June 22

  • Sandy

    Purchased tkts online.

    June 21

  • Dan A.

    Its down to the wire!!! Lets make it a sold out show.!!
    We can then organize more events at this great sci-fi
    museum.

    Who bought tickets online?

    June 20

  • Dan A.

    We will have a pre-movie meetup at the Museum's
    Cafeteria. at 530pm . I recommend people get there
    early.Its going to be a great night!!

    June 16

  • Sandy

    Groupons sold out. Will anyone check whether movie tickets will be available on Saturday since members have first dips on them.

    June 16

  • Elise

    Do we have to pay the museum admission fee in order to see this screening?

    June 13

    • Vinnie V.

      Elise, Groupon.com is running a deal for Museum of the Moving Image: $14 for admission for two, $38 for one individual membership, $85 for one dual membership and $75 for one family membership

      June 15

    • Elise

      Thanks... will check it out

      June 16

  • Vinnie V.

    I'm a maybe at the moment.

    June 15

  • Eleanor Elizabeth F.

    I would love to go, but would need a lift. Anyone able to help me?

    June 13

  • Dan A.

    This is our first meetup this year and no
    better way than to bring John Alan Simon's
    masterful adaptation of the Philip K DIck
    classic. Join us at the Museum lobby for
    pre screening talk.

    June 12

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