Due to unforeseen circumstances, the film documentary screening will be changed to a different film from the one previously announced.
The new film screening is “Score: A Film Music Documentary.”
This documentary is a fascinating 2017 journey through the history, process and contemporary practice of film score composition. An L.A. Times reviewer says that it is “a feast for the eyes and ears.” He goes on to say, “The film offers one key aspect often missing from documentaries about creative endeavors: a vivid portrayal of process, including an articulate array of musicians and filmmakers whose candor and enthusiasm intimately expose the nuts and bolts of the craft.
The illustrative film clips are evocative and rousing. We’re also taken behind the scenes of several film scoring sessions, with an involving emphasis on the orchestral.”
A reminder: Our screening will take place in a much roomier venue with a larger screen. The entrance is on Banbury Alley on the east side of the Flintridge complex. It is in room #117 which is called the Flintridge Retreat Center. Look for the Pasadena Village sign.
DATE: Tuesday, November 28.
TIME: 7:00 pm.
Since we have an opportunity to screen this special film, it will be presented in the larger room which means that our seating limit will be more than doubled.
The seating capacity is 49!