Does JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR’s Ted Neeley really want to move to SLO? Watch this quick clip filmed before the movie on October 2nd. Thanks to all who came out to meet Mr. Neeley and see the musical on the Big Screen at the Fremont Theatre – it was a memorable evening!
Video courtesy of Johannes Beals. Photos of the event are available on Facebook
There are more memorable evenings ahead too! Our last fall event is happening on Saturday, November 21 at 6pm. A NIGHT IN HAVANA will celebrate everything CUBA, from tropical cocktails to delectable food, to music, costumes and entertaining short films made in Cuba. To top it off, you can do some holiday shopping at the silent and live auctions offering a tempting array of merchandise, entertainment and travel.
Click here to find out more and to purchase
tickets. Don’t wait…space is limited at the King David Masonic Lodge and tickets are going fast!
And while you’re getting tickets, consider a 2016 Festival Pass for you or a movie-loving friend. They are on sale until the end of the year, so take advantage of the early-bird deals.
This Saturday, Oct. 17 at 7pm, the beautiful film HIGHWAY TO DHAMPUS is coming back to SLO County for a screening on the REALLY Big Screen at the Hearst Castle Visitor Center Theatre. This beautiful film, made in Nepal, was screened at the last SLO Film Fest with the director, producer and some cast in attendance. Many of them will be back for the screening this weekend too!
For tickets go to: www.Eventbrite.com (search Nepal Benefit Screening)
Thanks for supporting great films in epic theaters like this one! See you at the movies.
SLO Film Fest Director