Cinema Arts to Mark 50th Anniversary With Film Series

The Cinema Arts Centre will commemorate its 50th anniversary later this year with a series of films representing each decade the center has been in operation.

The Dec.1 anniversary celebration will show three films.

The CAC Through the Decades series will feature:

Oct. 6, Greta Gerwig’s comedy/drama Ladybird, representing  which will represent the 2010s

Oct. 10, Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, representing the 200s, ,

Nov.3 the Coen Brothers’ The Big Lebowski for the 1990s,

Nov. 17, Spike Lee’s Do The Right Thing.

Each screening will include a reception with fundraising raffles and other fun activities.

On Dec. 1, the center will use all three of Cinema Arts Centre’s theaters, to show Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather, Robert Altman’s Nashville, or the first film ever shown at CAC, Robert Rossen’s Lilith.

The Huntington based  community cinema was founded by Vic Skolnick, Charlotte Sky and Dylan Skolnick and opened as the New Community Cinema – later changing its name to the Cinema Arts Centre.

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