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“American Graffiti”

Where were you in ’62?

June 25th – July 2nd

 

LIVE Q&A Discussion

7:30pm  EDT, Thursday July 2nd, 2020

 

Beyond The Bay
Classic Film Online Programming

 

How This Works:

1. View an introduction to the movie selected by your Bay Community Theatre.
2. Watch the movie on a streaming service of your choice.
3. Participate in a live Q&A session about the movie hosted by your Bay Community Theatre.

1. Watch the BCT Introduction to “American Graffiti”:

2.Watch “American Graffiti” on one of the following streaming services:

Amazon Prime Video
Google Play
iTunes
Vudu
YouTube

 

3. Join the LIVE  “American Graffiti” Q&A session:

Thursday, July 2, 2020

7:30 pm, EDT / 6:30 pm CDT

Link: https://youtu.be/n15rUYOKM4Y

Panelists:

Kevin Maher
Rita Wessels

Movie Synopsis:

American Graffiti takes place in what feels like real time between one evening and sunup of the next morning in California 1962. A group of friends spend one last night as summer vacation ends, each of them dealing with some sort of dilemma – whether major, like doubts about leaving home for college, or minor, like getting a date with a cute girl. Everything takes place against backdrops such as a burger drive-in, a high school dance, a downtown ‘cruising’ strip, or other places all of which have a totally authentic feel for the place and time. By sunup the next morning, everyone has their issues sorted out and we are left knowing what happens to each of them in the months and years to come.

PG | | Comedy, Drama |  1973

Director:

George Lucas

Writers:

George Lucas, Gloria Katz

Stars:

Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Paul Le Mat | See full cast & crew »