Please be aware that we reserve the right to reschedule or change venues, with ample warning, should the need arise.
Our Main Screening Venue is Arlington’s Capital Theatre
Session #1 is an all Family Friendly program which includes a Q&A with the cast and crew of Snowflake!
Our Session #2 will be hosting a special guest, state Senator William Brownsberger. Senator Brownsberger will be a companion speaker to the documentary, “The Battle for Ranked Choice Voting.” It promises to be quite educational. Sharing the program with “The Battle for Ranked Choice Voting” will be a variety of other great films. This is our biggest & busiest session for Saturday, October 19, so we can pretty much guarantee that there’s something for everybody!
And that space in the back? We can set up extra seats there, or use it for handicap access or move in tables if anyone wants to cater their screening! (We’re not allowed to bring in drinks but we can bring in food)
Q: “Yes, yes, yes but what if you do manage to attract a big audience?”
A: Quite frankly, that’s the opposite of a problem.
Closing nights at a film festival are usually much more low key than the other nights. We’d still recommend that everybody dress for either fun or success, if not both, but “Totally Casual” is very common. Our closing night party/social is currently scheduled to take place within the offices of Encuentro 5. They are located at 9a Hamilton Place, Boston Ma. It’s right off of Tremont Street, across from the Common, steps from the Park Street MBTA station which all sounds good but, the building is not handicap accessible. It’s not Encuentro 5’s fault, they’re renters themselves, but it does mean that there’s always the possibility that we will be relocating.
NOTE: On the bright side, they’ll let us bring in both food & drink!