11am - 6pm
College Students w. ID
What’s the Film Club?
Film lovers gather on selected Sunday mornings for the purpose of screening and critiquing independent or foreign films not yet in release in the Washington area. Gary Arnold will host and introduce each film in the series and will lead a post screening discussion with the audience. No, we don’t tell you what is being screened ahead of time.
CINEMA ARTS THEATRE – FAIR CITY MALL – 9650-14 MAIN STREET, FAIRFAX, VA 22031
10AM Sunday May 19, June 23, July 21, August 25, September 22 and October 20
WHAT’S THE DEAL:
The new prorated cost of Film Club is $35 for new club members and $30 for existing club members. Individual tickets are available at the box office on the day of the screening for $15.
Special note: any unused ticket can be exchanged to see any regularly scheduled show at Cinema Arts.
Cash or check only (made out to Cinema Arts Film Club and sent to address above)
We distribute survey cards and tally results that are used to determine if we should bring in the film for a theatrical run!! The Film Club has become an accurate predictor of a movie’s success at Cinema Arts!!!
As noted above, our host for the 2013 Film Club will again be Gary Arnold. Gary Arnold served as senior movie critic for the Washington Times from March, 1989 until his retirement at the end of 2005. Prior to his service with the Times, Gary was a film critic for The Independent Film Journal, The Washington Post, and The Reston Connection. Along with local film critic Jane Horwitz, Gary co-hosted “The Moviegoing Family,” first on Northern Virginia’s public access television and later on National Public Television channel WETA-TV from 1985 – 1990. He has been a member of the National Society of Film Critics since 1971. Several reviews have been anthologized in Society collections: `Film 70/71,’ `Film 71/72,’ `Film 72/73,’ `Film 73-74,’ `Foreign Affairs,’ `Love and Hisses,’ `They Went Thataway,’ `Flesh and Blood,’ `The A List.’ Gary remains a freelance columnist for The Washington Times, contributing work for the paper’s Weekend section and it’s “From the Vaults” and “Beyond Hollywood” columns.
QUESTIONS: Ask at the box office or call 703-978-6853