SJCT Summer Film Series

MUSTANG

Tuesday, June 21 7:30 pm
Whittier Theatre
Tickets:
Adult: $8
Student Reserved: $5

A Punch Card is available to see all 10 films in the series: $55 Adult; $35 Student
(You may purchase on-line and pick up punch card at Will Call)

Mustang (2015) Subtitled   PG-13   97 minutes

Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Film, Mustang is the feature-film debut of Deniz Gamze Erguven. In a remote village in Turkey, five orphaned sisters are denied their independence by their strict adult guardians after they are caught socializing with male classmates. But the close-knit siblings rebel against these restrictions, and fight for a future in which they are free to make their own choices.

SJCT Summer Film Series 2016

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June 21   Mustang
June 28   Meet the Patels
July 5   Amy
July 12   Heart of a Dog
July 19   Everything is Copy
July 26   Timbuktu
August 2   Embrace of the Serpent
August 23   The Wonders
August 30   Landfill Harmonic
September 6   Marguerite
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NEW!

SJCT Summer Film Series

Tuesdays,
June 21-August 2
& August 23-September 6
7:30 pm

From the Oscar winner for “Best Documentary in 2015” to a feature film based on the true story of American "singer" Florence Foster Jenkins, the premiere season of the SJCT Summer Film Series features a variety of independent films and documentaries.

The series is the brainchild of islander Larry Soll, who says he has always liked independent films and always wanted to have the opportunity to see them on the island. And after SJCT’s projection and sound systems were revamped, it just seemed natural that the Whittier Theatre would be the perfect venue.

“The goal is to offer mind-broadening experiences for islanders, said Larry. “Some will be documentaries, others fantasies. Some will be funny, others not so much.”

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