Apr 09 2015
POV Presents: I Am Cuba at Tapp's 2nd Thursday Cinema

POV Presents: I Am Cuba at Tapp's 2nd Thursday Cinema

Presented by Tapp's Arts Center at Tapp's Arts Center

Tapp’s Art center and Point of View Film Series present a monthly screening featuring the rare, the beloved, the cult classic, the hard-to-swallow- all those films that engage and sustain a film lover’s passion for the cinema.

Grab some popcorn, candies, and a couple beers, take a seat in the chairs provided, or bring your own (couches ARE welcome), and join us every 2nd Thursday for a communion of silver screen rapport.

Next Screening: I Am Cuba:

“I Am Cuba” is an anti-American propaganda film, made as a Cuban-Soviet co-production, that has been snatched from oblivion, restored, and released in the United States as a presentation of Martin Scorsese and Francis Coppola. Since the film’s prediction of a brave new world under Fidel Castro has not resulted in a utopia for Cubans, who suffer under one of the world’s most dismal bureaucracies, the film today seems naive and dated – but fascinating. –Roger Ebert

Runtime: 140min.

Point of View meets in the Skyline room of Tapp's Arts Center the second Thursday of each month. Our screening will start promptly at 7pm.

Admission: $5.00
Popcorn, snacks, soda, beer & wine available for purchase.Tapp’s Art center and Point of View Film Series present a monthly screening featuring the rare, the beloved, the cult classic, the hard-to-swallow- all those films that engage and sustain a film lover’s passion for the cinema.

Grab some popcorn, candies, and a couple beers, take a seat in the chairs provided, or bring your own (couches ARE welcome), and join us every 2nd Thursday for a communion of silver screen rapport.

Next Screening: I Am Cuba:

“I Am Cuba” is an anti-American propaganda film, made as a Cuban-Soviet co-production, that has been snatched from oblivion, restored, and released in the United States as a presentation of Martin Scorsese and Francis Coppola. Since the film’s prediction of a brave new world under Fidel Castro has not resulted in a utopia for Cubans, who suffer under one of the world’s most dismal bureaucracies, the film today seems naive and dated – but fascinating. –Roger Ebert

Runtime: 140min.

Point of View meets in the Skyline room of Tapp's Arts Center the second Thursday of each month. Our screening will start promptly at 7pm.

Admission: $5.00
Popcorn, snacks, soda, beer & wine available for purchase.

Admission Info

$5

Phone: 8039880013

Dates & Times

2015/04/09 - 2015/04/09

Location Info

Tapp's Arts Center

1644 Main Street , Columbia, SC