On March 14, Experience the Magic of 35mm
Sent to mailinglist subscribers on March 6, 2014
“There’s literally an inner life. Every single frame is different on every single print. You feel that when you’re watching it.”
— Edgar Wright, director
In celebration of starting our 13th year as your local source for independent film, Filmworks proudly presents “The Invisible Woman” on March 14 in the timeless 35mm format.
“It’s a rare treat in Fresno for audiences to see a movie on actual film,” says Filmworks President Jefferson Beavers, “and we are fortunate to have that opportunity on the night of our 12th anniversary.”
While some movie studios have abandoned the traditional format, which has been around for more than a century, actors, directors, and cinephiles alike are uniting to save this unique experience.
Longtime Filmworks supporters will remember our organization’s earliest days in 2002, when we screened movies on 16mm film at the Fresno Art Museum. Now, new Filmworks fans can appreciate a showing on 35mm and experience a moment that, unlike digital production, can’t be reproduced.
“The Invisible Woman” stars Ralph Fiennes as Charles Dickens in a movie that tells the true story of the great author’s longtime secret affair with young Nelly Ternan. Show times are 5:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Join us in this rare opportunity – tickets are on sale now.