The American Film Theatre Series

Language: English
Genres: Theatre
Subjects: Performing Arts
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The American Film Theatre Series

Kino Lorber Repertory presents new DCPs of the complete American Film Theatre series, comprising 14 films! With many films now transplanted to the Broadway stage and vice versa, it is easy to forget how remarkable a project The American Film Theatre was at its conception; utilizing the great artists of our time, this relevant series not only offered theatre to those who did not have access to stage productions, but appealed to lovers of both art forms. A unique time capsule that captures some of the finest performers of the 20th century.

Titles include:

Three Sisters
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
Lost in the Stars
Galileo
A Delicate Balance
Butley
The Homecoming
The Iceman Cometh
In Celebration
Luther
The Maids
The Man in the Glass Booth
Rhinoceros
Philadelphia, Here I Come!

These titles are available as a package or individually.

PLAYDATES

Venue City Date
Quad Cinema New York 1510722000November 15 - November 21, 2017


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