- November 29, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Advance tickets: $10 Gen/$9 Student & Seniors (55+). Online sales subject to $1 convenience fee. No discounts at door.
***ONLINE SALES FOR THIS EVENT HAVE ENDED;
TICKETS REMAIN AVAILABLE IN STORE UNTIL 5PM OR AT THE DOOR***
The Bozeman Film Society presents The Florida Project at the Emerson Center’s Crawford Theater on Wednesday, November 29th at 7pm. Visit www.bozemanfilmsociety.
“”The Florida Project” screens at the Emerson Art Center’s Crawford Theater to accommodate the Ellen Theatre (our regular venue) Christmas production rehearsal schedule.
Warm, winning, and gloriously alive, “The Florida Project” is a deeply moving and unforgettably poignant look at childhood. Rebellious mother Halley (Bria Vinaite) and her 6-year-old daughter Moonee (Brooklynn Prince) live week to week in a motel managed by Bobby (a career best by Willem Dafoe), a man whose stern exterior hides a deep reservoir of kindness and compassion. Despite her harsh surroundings, the precocious and ebullient Moonee has no trouble making each day a celebration of life. Her endless afternoons overflow with mischief and grand adventure, while her mother soon finds herself exploring increasingly dangerous options as a way to keep them both alive. Closed caption & Visual narration available. Rated R, the film runs 115 minutes.
“An All-Out Triumph & An Exquisite Heartbreaker” Lindsey Bahr, AP Press
Advance tickets in-store and online at Cactus Records: $10/Gen, $9/Sr&St. ($1/ fee for online tickets.) Night of show $10/All in Emerson lobby starting at 6:00 PM. Doors at 6:30 PM. Cash & credit cards accepted. Wine & Beer available.”
Venue: Emerson Cultural Center
Venue Phone: 406-587-9797
Venue Website: http://www.theemerson.org/Address:
The Emerson is a thriving arts and community center located a block from historic downtown Bozeman. The building was originally an elementary school built in 1918, attended by thousands of Bozeman youth before its closure in 1991. With the building facing demolition in 1992, a grassroots coalition of community members dedicated to historic preservation and celebration of the arts formed a non-profit board, raised funds, and bought the building from the City of Bozeman.