Okay, this isn't going to be an event where we watch Flashdance or anything like that. The "movie" will actually be a photography documentary or similar photo inspired subject. The viewing will start no later than 6:15pm and wrap by 7:45 pm. The Carnegie library is open until 8 pm. There is plenty of side street parking. Depending on how well this is attended it may become a monthly event. If we want to make this a recurring event we can discuss as well - maybe the last Tuesday or Wednesday of the month. Potential titles that will be screened include:
Bill Cunningham's New York
BBC Series The Genius Of Photography
Edward Burtynsky Manufactured Landscapes
Gregory Crewdson Brief Encounters
Henri Cartier Bresson The Impassioned Eye
This first showing is going to be a surprise, so come out and check it out!
These will be private showings open to members and guests. The meeting room is in the basement of the library and includes restrooms. Depending on how long the movie is, there will be some time at the end to discuss. There are plenty of seats and tables too, so feel free to bring some prints too.
Come out and get inspired!
See you there!