FIRST WEEK OF SUMMER AT DOC
06/19-06/25

THURSDAY @ 7:00 PM

Lucía

(Humberto Solás, 1968) · A landmark achievement of Cuban cinema, Humberto Sol´s' 1968 epic traces the national history of Cuba through three chapters. Each part follows one of three women, each named Lucía, as they navigate the 1895 Cuban War for Independence, the fall of General Machado and the wake of Castro's revolution, respectively. Taken together, the stories of the three Lucías form a poignant, pressing narrative of Cuba's struggle and progress as a nation.

runtime: 160m format: 16mm

 

FRIDAY @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Mystery Screening

(,) · Come, watch a mystery screening with us! It'll be fun!

runtime: ???m format: 16mm

 

SATURDAY @ 7:00 PM 9:00 PM

Creature From the Black Lagoon

(Jack Arnold, 1954) · One of the last great creature-features from Universal's golden age of horror, this classic returns to Doc's silver screen in Anaglyphic 3D (3D glasses provided)! Discovering the remains of a prehistoric amphibious creature in South America, a scientific crew searches for its existence. Their voyage leads them to a mysterious Black Lagoon - a paradise that begins to claim the crewmembers' lives when they encounter a creature lurking in its depths.

runtime: 79m format: 35mm

 

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