Free Screening of KING KONG (1933)
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About the Event
FMASU presents The Electric Film Series - A Journey Through the History of Film: Volume I.
We're taking audiences on a cinematic adventure that spans over a century of film, once a month throughout 2020...
AND IT’S COMPLETELY FREE TO THE COMMUNITY!
The Electric Film Series continues at the historic Electric Theater on Tuesday, March, 16th at 6 PM (Doors at 5:30 PM) with a showing of a legendary motion picture experience from the 1930’s...
KING KONG (1933)
This iconic adventure film finds a movie crew making quite an extraordinary discovery while at an exotic location far from the hussle and bussle of the big city. The special effects in this picture are unforgettable as is a wonderful Fay Wray as the beauty who tames the heart of a most misunderstood beast. A classic film in every sense of the word!
Our must-see screening of King Kong will be introduced by gifted film historian, storyteller, and magician, Trey Paterson. Trey will also lead what is sure to be an insightful post-screening discussion alongside fellow Kong expert, Michael Forrest. You can expect a couple of other surprises including special photo ops during what promises to be a magical evening at the movies.
Be sure to arrive at the screening a little early and order a delicious optional food item from Honolulu Grill to enjoy following the film.
*All necessary safety precautions will be taken including masks, sanitizing stations, and limited seating.