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March 2020

CORPUS CHRISTI on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

March 26 - April 16

Screening extended through Thursday April 16 on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema in association with Film Movement (distributor of Corpus Christi). Once you purchase a ticket you have 72 hours to view the film as many times as you like. FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD TICKET TO CORPUS CHRISTI: (you can only order from your computer) 1. CLICK HERE and you will be taken to the FILM MOVEMENT ticket page. 2. click on the red button that says VIRTUAL TICKET. 3.…

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BALLOON on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

March 31 - April 16

Screening now through April 16. VIEWING OPTIONS: You will be able to watch the film for 3 days on any computer, laptop, ipad, chromebook or other mobile devices. IMPORTANT: The only way to watch this film on a television is to mirror or cast from one of the above devices to your television. CLICK HERE for your household ticket for BALLOON: After a very successful award-winning festival run, BALLOON opened on March 13th in Los Angeles at the Laemmle, a…

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April 2020

THOSE WHO REMAINED on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

April 7 - April 16

Screening now through April 16.   PLEASE SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. We are honored that South Bay Film Society has been given the first virtual screening of THOSE WHO REMAINED in the U.S.   The film had been scheduled to open in theaters in N.Y. and L.A. this May. CLICK HERE for your 3-day ticket to THOSE WHO REMAINED. INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO WATCH ARE BELOW. MADE THE OSCAR SHORTLIST FOR BEST INTERNATIONAL FILM (representing…

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SORRY WE MISSED YOU on South Bay Film Society Virtual Cinema

April 8 - April 16

Screening now through April 16.   PLEASE SHARE WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS ANYWHERE IN THE U.S. CLICK HERE to purchase your 5-day ticket for SORRY WE MISSED YOU. Instructions on how to watch are below. SORRY TO MISS YOU was about to open in L.A. in March shortly before theaters closed. The British working class is once again the empathetic subject of Ken Loach’s SORRY WE MISSED YOU, a wrenching, intimate family drama that exposes the dark side of the…

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