Film Club’s LOST WEEKEND V will be a celebration of film at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema from Thursday, February 25th through Sunday, February 28th. Twenty feature films from around the world will be featured, including EIGHT advance screenings. None of these films have been screened theatrically in Winchester before. Other weekend highlights will include a Devils Bakbone beer tasting, a free photo booth, menu specials based around films, free buttons and more!
158 weekend passes are available. Passes guarantee you a seat to all eighteen screenings for only $35.
During Lost Weekend V, Film Club will host a silent auction whose proceeds will benefit the MUSEUM OF THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY
Please help Film Club and the Alamo make independent cinema more available to the public than ever before.
Film Club 3.0 is a community of film fans that meets as often as every week at the Alamo Drafthouse to screen independent, foreign, documentary and classic films. Founded and led by Andy Gyurisin, the group has grown to over 2,000 members in two years of screenings at the Alamo and has helped to demonstrate that independent films are in demand in the Shenandoah Valley.
Country Inn and Suites is located next to the theater and is offering a group rate for the weekend. Call 540-869-7657 for rates and availability.
This is our full line-up of our Lost Weekend V schedule arriving to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester on February 25th – 28th, 2016.
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Here is a full list of upcoming screenings with Film Club at our local Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for the month of November 2015.
Click the link of the title below to purchase tickets! Enjoy!
Continue reading “Film Club’s November Schedule Takes Movie Go-ers Around the World AND Close To Home”
Hello there Film World:
On Thursday September 24th, 2015 Film Club will be kicking off our LOST WEEKEND IV in grand style with a screening of 99 Homes directed by Ramin Bahrani which stars Andrew Garfield, Michael Shannon, and Laura Dern. We then follow this up with 16 more films plus a block of shorts over the next three days. It is an intense ride full of laughter, intensity, emotion, tears, and the best part – community!
To me, that is what makes Lost Weekend special. I would argue that the first Lost Weekend we put on was all about the movies, working to find a way that we could show several great films over a full weekend, but then evolution stepped it. What Lost Weekend became was a chance for us, a film community, to watch great films, but also interact with some great businesses that support our beautiful habit.
I would like to take a moment to recognize these sponsors and really say THANK YOU for their support. So, when you can – visit their websites, like them on Facebook, and really take a moment to appreciate that they have brought us four Lost Weekend events. Without them this could not be possible!
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