Rather, it is a clarion call. An announcement about everybody's favorite kind of movies. Free ones! Yes, I've recently discovered a number of series of free movie screenings, mostly previews prior to release. Who doesn't like that? And many of these feature Q&A with the writers, directors, producers, or actors as well. These are all in LA (I think), so I guess that's just another reason for you "foreign" screenwriters to move here. But anyway, here's the info.
Most of you probably already know about Creative Screenwriting magazine's frequent screening series. But in case you don't, sign up for the emails HERE.
More importantly, however, I just learned about Variety's screening series. This seems like one of the premiere screening series out there, and is totally glam. At the Arclight and featuring good people to answer the audience's too-often stupid questions. I'll be attending the screening of Munich on Tuesday, December 20. Let me know if you'll be there too.
Two other lists that I just signed up for as well: MyCinemaAccess.com (a bit of a clunky, poorly designed site, but relatively frequent screenings it would seem) and Laemmle Theaters' Sneak Preview Club.
Now, don't say I never gave you anything!
IMPORTANT UPDATE: As the next post indicates, the Variety series is supposedly not open to the general public. Sorry for any confusion this causes. The other series should eb fine still, however!
Tags: free+movies, movie+screenings