Time: October 10, 2015 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: WARNER THEATRE
Street: 478 W 6th St
City/Town: San Pedro
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Event Type: documentary, screening, of, brotherhood, the, popcorn
Organized By: Inda Reid, Director & Producer
Latest Activity: Sep 30, 2015
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The heartwarming documentary, "BROTHERHOOD OF THE POPCORN" is selected to screen at the Warner Grand on October 10th at 10am during the San Pedro International Film Festival. This inspiring documentary about classic movies, old Hollywood and long lasting friendship, stars two local men from San Pedro: Emmy winning animator Bill Exter, and retired Fish truck driver, Jack Tuerk. Jack, who grew up in San Pedro and still lives here today, has seen many changes to this city throughout the years. He talks about these changes and takes the audience for brief tour of the harbor, fishing fleet and downtown in the documentary.
Well known film critic and author, Leonard Maltin, sums up the movie quite well:
"an affectionate portrait of friends from a wide range of backgrounds whose common interest is a love of old movies. Brotherhood of the Popcorn is disarming and enjoyable, especially if you happen to share that love."
The film will be shown one time only at at 10am on Saturday October 10th, 2015 at the historic WARNER GRAND THEATRE. The documentary is an official selection of the San Pedro International Film Festival (Oct.0-11th) and has been a huge hit at four other film festivals, including the Burbank International Film Festival which took place 2 weeks ago. Both San Pedro men and the director of the film, will be in attendance.
Photos: Native San Perdo native Jack Tuerk and Animator Bill Exter, in stills from the film.Bill Exter, animator originally from San Pedro
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