The three-hour event will include a screening of the 45-min film, followed by a Q&A portion from Kidd and Paulson, who is being flown out from Minneapolis for the event.
The long-awaited craft beer documentary is now available for streaming on major platforms.
Nearly 300 people turned out for the sold-out screening of ‘#Bang4Change’ at the Art Theatre of Long Beach Thursday.
“The only thing I would say off camera is to pretend you’re talking to the mayor, tell him what it’s really like out here and what you really need.”
C-SPAN will award cash prizes totaling $100,000 to the 150 entries judged to be the best.
Revolution, war and a turbulent childhood spurred Mojgan Edalat to find an escape route, through the pencils and paper that allowed the young Iranian to create a world of her own, where the changing cultural landscape of Iran couldn’t touch her. Watch Mojee this Friday, a documentary about how one local artist overcame adversity through her work.
Michael Rossato-Bennett, director of the award-winning documentary Alive Inside, is coming to Long Beach in support of a fundraising effort to launch a pilot program that connects area youth with patients afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The screening takes place on Friday, November 13, at Ernest McBride High School.
This Thursday, the CSULB Department of Anthropology is hosting the Human Cinema Film Festival, beginning at 4:00 in the Beach Auditorium, which is located on the lowest level of the Student Union. The festival features student-made short films that explore a variety of ethnographic topics, and a special screening of the award winning documentary, From The Heart of Brahma, about Long Beach-based Cambodian American dancer, teacher, and TED Fellow, Prumsodun Ok.
It’s not so much about David Bowie (admittedly a saddening aspect given it’s not the documentary fans deserve) as it is about the traveling exhibition of David Bowie’s art, costumes, and overall image. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check out David Bowie Is, set to show at Long Beach’s Art Theatre for three exclusive engagements.
Confused and admittedly hurt after receiving rejection letters from multiple colleges, CSULB freshman Stephen Boyer began to question, like many teenagers, whether college was even worth it. This predicament is exactly why Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney chose Stephen and 14 other teenagers transitioning to or away from college to focus on for his Al Jazeera America series, Edge of Eighteen.