Curated by Marjan Safinia
Tuesdays in Fall 2015 at 7:30pm
ArcLight Culver City
For the past few years, ArcLight Cinemas has shown its commitment to documentaries through the ArcLight Documentary Film Festival. Now, they continue that tradition with the ArcLight Documentary Series. On Tuesday nights, the Documentary Series brings some of the best documentary films of the year to ArcLight’s cinephile audience.
Curated by filmmaker and President of the International Documentary Association Board, Marjan Safinia, the Doc Series will include everything from festival favorites, to first-look previews, to beloved classics. All of the screenings are followed by a lively Q&A with the filmmakers, as well as an open reception in the ArcLight bar.
It’s hard to resist the opportunity to see excellent documentaries in a premier movie-going experience, such as ArcLight’s. The ArcLight has always been where movie lovers gather. Now it is the place for documentary lovers to gather, too.
Fall 2015 films screen at ArcLight Culver City!
The Films Fall 2015
Past Series Summer 2015
Past Series Fall 2014
Past Series Spring 2014
Marjan Safinia is an Iranian documentary filmmaker, President of the International Documentary Association Board, and a self-diagnosed documentary junkie. Marjan is also one of six international co-hosts of the pre-eminent documentary community online, The D-Word. Docs are her passion, her livelihood and her expertise. She is frequently an advisor, programmer, advocate, moderator and juror of all things documentary, and produces work through her company, The Department of Expansion. It is her fondest desire to help Los Angeles develop a vibrant documentary scene, where documentary filmmakers can develop a true sense of community here in the belly of the movie-making beast.
ArcLight Culver City
9500 Culver Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 (big map)
Validated parking is available at both the Cardiff and Watseka parking lots. Please allow extra time to walk to the theater.
The Metro Expo line also has a nearby stop at the Culver City Station. For more information, visit metro.net.
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