A Message from KCET Cinema Series | KCET
A Message from KCET Cinema Series
KCET has made the important and appropriate decision to cancel the remaining screenings of the Spring KCET Cinema Series at the ArcLight Cinemas in Sherman Oaks. Our commitment to the public health and well-being of our members, guests and staff is our highest priority during this extreme worldwide health emergency.
Pete Hammond and I, along with KCET staff, wish to thank you for supporting the series and we look forward to the time when we can welcome you back.
We hope that you will stay connected with KCET and enjoy the wide variety of on-air and online programming, including Must See Movies! on Friday nights with Pete Hammond. Check the schedule of upcoming movies on kcet.org.
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