Out at the MoviesTM
On August 26th Out at the Movies will present the feature film
"The most thorough documentary exploration of the three days of unrest beginning June 28, 1969, when patrons of the Stonewall Inn, a seedy Mafia-operated gay bar in Greenwich Village, turned on the police after a routine raid, “Stonewall Uprising” methodically ticks off the forms of oppression visited on gays and lesbians in the days before the gay rights movement. - NY Times
This was the Rosa Parks moment, when gay people stood up and said No!- CBSNEWS.com
Don't miss this brand new important film that pinpoints one of the most important moments in the gay rights movement in America.
Also screening is a 3 minute short Sex Kitten, written and directed by Long Beach's own Debbie Rivas.
The night gets started with live entertainment by Robby Ravenwood and his satrical music.
The evening of great films and live entertainment is every last Thursday of the month at 9:00 PM.
There is full availability of theatre concessions for purchase including beer, wine and champagne. The event is presented by Artful Thinking Organization and a host of fine sponsors.
Out at the Movies is a monthly LGBT film screening event in Long Beach. Their events benefit those touched by Breast Cancer and HIV/AIDS. They are a 501(c) (3) organization and more information can be found at http://www.artfulthinking.org/
Admission to the event is $10 per person which includes live entertainment and films made through a queer lens. Tickets are available at the theater box office or online at http://arttheatrelongbeach.com