I am here with info for movies. I am not sure exactly who this is sent to but here we go. Just in case the last email failed t be sent, I am sending this again.
Anyway, the first movie showing of the season happened last night. We showed “Klaus" in the theme of Christmas and a short prior to the movie called "The Martins and the Coys” in the theme of family feuds. More information down below. It went swimmingly. The next movie is scheduled on Saturday, the 2nd day of the year, 2021. The Zoom meeting will start at 6:45 in the evening. By 7 a.m. (just kidding p.m.), the short will begin. Then the movie should start roughly by 7:15 depending on how long the short is and how long I blabber on to introduce the movie. As of now, the movie intended for that time is "Taxi Driver” staring Robert Di Nero. We are limited this year by what can be found on the internet this mainly revolves around Youtube for the shorts and Netflix streaming for the movies. None of the movie I intended for the final movie are on Netflix right now, so we’ll see. Things could change.
In the meantime, don’t forget to look at Jupiter and Saturn this evening. They will be the closest to Earth that they have ever been in 400 years. We should be able to see they alright with the naked eye. Bring a telescope and camera! Happy solstice!
Merry Christmas, and happy holidays! Hope to see you all sometime between the new year and the next vaccinated and in person. Yippee! Hopefully it won’t be overwhelming to see people that close again.
Movie info from last night:
Make Mine Music (1946) shorts in order:
Martins and the Coys
Clair de Lune
All the Cats Join In
Casey at the Bat
Peter and the Wolf
After You’ve Gone
Johnny Fedora and Alice Bluebonnet
The Whale who wanted to sing at the Met
For more information on Make Mine Music ask me.
The animation information I gave in the introduction to Klaus last night I got entirely from this video on youtube:
Thank you for coming. Hope to see more faces next time!