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Virtual KCET Cinema Series Schedule

Now for the first time, movie fans everywhere can attend the KCET Cinema Series live on the Internet!
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The KCET Cinema Series screens the best of Hollywood, independent and festival films prior to their release in theaters.
KCET Cinema Series Spring 2020

Launched in May 2020 and hosted by popular film critic Pete Hammond, the Virtual KCET Cinema Series takes place on Eventive, not in movie theaters. It features exclusive screenings of new motion pictures prior to their public theatrical or streaming release, with live interviews with filmmakers and talent.

All you need to attend is a computer or tablet and to sign up, but space is limited!

Sign up below via the respective links for each film.


THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 7:00 PM (PDT) - FRENCH EXIT - SONY PICTURES CLASSICS

"French Exit" stars Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges.
FRENCH EXIT | Official Trailer (2021)

A widowed New York socialite (Michelle Pfeiffer) and her aimless son (Lucas Hedges) move into a small, borrowed apartment in Paris with their cat after she spends the last of her husband's inheritance.

Q&A immediately following screening with actors Michelle Pfeiffer, Lucas Hedges and Valerie Mahaffey.

To sign up, click here.

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