The Cinema Arts Centre continues to provide online programming during our necessary shutdown to flatten the curve of COVID-19 infections and protect our community. While we cannot physically be together right now, it remains vital to our mission to keep our community connections strong and provide independent film and cultural programming in the virtual setting.
George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD – Virtual discussion and Q&A!
October 22 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
At-Home Discussion: Video Introduction, Zoom Discussion and Q&A on:
George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD
hosted by film historian, Glenn Andreiev
Wednesday, October 28th at 8:00 PM – Zoom Invitation Link provided in Email Order Confirmation
Public $7 | Members $5
Thursday, October 22nd at 8:00 PM – Video Introduction & Zoom Invitation Link provided in Email Order Confirmation
Public $7 | Members $5
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD – Zombie Zoom Discussion
George Romero’s THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD threw out all the rules of the then tired horror film genre, and in doing so, became a scare-your-pants-off masterpiece that has rejuvenated horror movies to new heights. It is one of the most financially successful independent films of all time. Join film-maker and film historian Glenn Andreiev for a lively zoom discussion on this 1968 cult classic. Zoom participants will discuss rare production stories, Romero’s further zombie movie career and his low budget zombie hit, with chocolate sauce standing in for blood, changed not just horror movies, but movies forever.
Glenn Andreiev is a longtime film historian and film maker. His films have been showcased on CNN, The Museum of Modern Art, Newsday, Court TV, and of course, The Cinema Arts Centre. His films are available on his Vimeo Channel which now has a growing number of zombie and non-zombie followers.
INSTRUCTIONS: Upon receiving your email order confirmation, you can view Glenn’s video introduction to the film, provided in a private Vimeo link available only to ticket-holders. If you need to view the film prior to the discussion, you can rent it from the streaming service of your choice, view it on DVD if you own a copy, or request a copy from your local library. Then, join Glenn for the Zoom call discussion and Q&A on October 22nd at 8:00 PM with the provided invitation link.