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Join us for an unforgettable event as Warren Miller's "Future Retro" comes to your living room this November.This lively East Coast Premiere will pack in all the elements you've come to know and love from our Warren Miller shows. With 48-hour access to the entire event and film, join us on the virtual red carpet with beloved host and narrator, Jonny Moseley, for athlete interviews and sponsor highlights before the show plus all the giveaways and, of course, the full-length feature film "Future Retro."The live streaming event will be viewed on a web-based device but may be cast to a streaming device properly set up to do so. This ticket will provide a single access code to stream to one device.Up to 4 people per ticket will provide access to sweepstakes and door prizes like ski gear, trips, and swag plus access to coupons and promotional offers from our partners after the event.So, gather a small, socially-safe watch party crew and get there early for all our special content just like at the theater. We can't wait to kick off the ski & snowboard season with our fans once again! And remember, if you don't do it this year, you'll be one year older when you do. 

Location: EASTERN LIVESTREAM 123 LIVESTREAM STREET Boston, MA. | Start: 11/7/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Armatage Park 2500 West 57th Street Minneapolis, MN. | Start: 11/7/2020 12:00:00 AM End: 11/7/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Snuggle up with a cozy blanket and sip on hot cocoa while the Junior League of El Paso, Inc. presents your favorite holiday classic movies, drive-in style. Enjoy an immersive experience will all the trimmings of holiday cheer. THE POLAR EXPRESS presented by El Paso Electric Saturday, November 7, 2020 HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS in honor of Price Stanley supporting the Priceless Heart Foundation Saturday, November 21, 2020 ELF presented by Casa Family Saturday, November 28, 2020 Gates open at 6:00 p.m. All movies start at 7:00 p.m. El Paso International Airport Corner of Airport Road and Leigh Fisher Hanger 7, 6600 Airport Rd

Location: El Paso, Texas, United States El Paso, Texas, United States El Paso, TX. | Start: 11/7/2020 6:00:00 PM End:
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During this time of Covid, deep division in our country and the hope for radical change, we all need art more than ever art that challenges us, art that makes us laugh and art that takes our breath away. Pivot in the Pandemic is all that. Pivot: The Art of Fashion is producing a feature film of designers fashions and artists wearable artwork in their inimitable style, with attention to detail and plenty of surprises. Pivot Art that brings us together. Ready Set Pivot! Gate opens at 6pm Movie starts at 7pm

Location: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Drive-In 400 Beach Street, River street parking lot on the corner of Beach & 3rd Street Santa Cruz, CA. | Start: 11/7/2020 7:00:00 PM End: 11/7/2020 9:00:00 PM
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Location: Robert Livermore Community Center and the Vine Theater 4444 East Avenue Livermore, CA. | Start: 11/23/2020 12:00:00 AM End: 11/26/2020 12:00:00 AM
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EVENT WEBSITEReady, Set, Action! Explore original filming locations of big blockbusters as well as smaller independent movies and get to know the history of the actual landmarks you see in the various movie scenes! About a hundred years ago Pittsburgh was a city of movie making for a short period of time, before Hollywood took over.  The result of this era are two beautiful theaters in the cultural district. Starting in 2007 our Burgh has come back as the new "Hollywood East" when Pennsylvania started giving tax credits to movie productions. Now the list of recent movies that were shot here is endless. Come and get inspired for future movie nights!PRICE: Adults $25, Children $15 (age 6-13) INCLUDED: free water bottle + coupons from our restaurant partners TOUR TIMES: every other Sunday at 11 a.m. See the full schedule on www.walktheburgh.com. Also available upon request.DURATION: 2 hours WALKING DISTANCE: approx. 2 miles of walking TOUR START: 1049 Penn Ave, Downtown Pittsburgh (Convention Center) TOUR END: at the starting pointCOVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES: a. Group sizes will be limited to 6 people per group. b. All tour participants are asked to wear face masks and to maintain 6 ft of social distance.

Location: Convention Center 1049 Penn Ave Pittsburgh, PA. | Start: 8/30/2020 12:00:00 AM End: 12/27/2020 12:00:00 AM
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We understand that everyone has their own level of comfort during these times. That said, this event is a hybrid (virtual and in person); feel free to attend in the way that makes you most comfortable. ABOUT THE FESTIVALFirstGlance curates a wide selection of independent films each year and is proud to screen all genres by professional, first-time, and student, national and international filmmakers. The weekend event will include a closing night awards ceremony, unique screening programs, filmmaker interviews on the red carpet, and audience voting for “Best of the Fest.â€�Learn more about FirstGlance. SCHEDULE AND TICKETSIN-PERSON FESTIVAL | NOVEMBER 13TH – NOVEMBER 15THPlease note all tickets must be purchased online for the in-person festival DAY ONE | FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH Friday Screening I | 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm | $20FILMSFrank James: The new crime drama FRANK JAMES is a gritty journey into an emotionally fragile Los Angeles police detective’s efforts to capture a reviled crime boss responsible for a teenager’s killing.Make A Wish: A light-hearted comedy about the sweetest fiancé giving her boyfriend the best birthday present ever.It’s Okay:  A couple’s journey takes an unexpected turn in this futuristic, Sci-Fi short.Black Hearts, Red Hands: A first-time killer is about to be shown what it really takes to pull off the perfect crime.Bad Candy: Local Halloween stories of both myth and lessons learned in the community of New Salem.DAY TWO | SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14THSaturday Screening I | 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm | $15FILMSTattooed Torah: An animated film based on the renowned children’s book that has been educating young children about the Holocaust for generations.Alina: As Nazis separate children from their parents in the Warsaw Ghetto, a gang of women risks everything to smuggle their friend’s three-month-old baby to safety.The One and Only Jewish Miss America: The surprising story of Bess Myerson, the talented beauty queen from the Bronx, and how she won the world’s most famous beauty pageant 75 years ago, at the tail end of World War II.Saturday Screening II | 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm | $15FILMSHow Long: Les Stroud uses his musical powers to challenge citizens of the planet to take responsibility to do their part to protect the future of a beloved earth.Die Like a Shark: An aging fighter’s life falls apart as he refuses to face the end of his once-bright career.Punch It: Tom breaks into a carnival closed to the public and stops in front of a punchball machine. From this moment everything will be different.Icarus: In the twilight of the 21st century, the Earth subsists in a post-apocalyptic era. Animals and plants are dying. Humanity is in decay. A man is wandering alone in this place. He travels the roads by day and hides from dangers at night. His sole purpose: surviving.Progeny: This is a world exactly like ours, except that the wealthy elites are aliens, living and working among us, but with one key difference: they reproduce by implanting their offspring in a human host who raises the alien child as his own.Saturday Screening III | 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm | $20FILMSEvery Night of the Week: Boys will be boys, but the woman always wins. Every Night of the Week is a fun catchy music video with a touch of nostalgia.Before We Go: Elsee is a woman who can have it all, and she does. Seemingly on a whim, she takes two strangers, both on the verge of life-changing decisions, on the road trip of their lives.Egg on your Face: A documentary crew details the abated rise and evolution of a French Egg Chef.Kensington: When uptown therapist Doug Harper begrudgingly relocates to Philadelphia because of his wife’s promotion, he moves his practice to the crime-riddled, blue-collar neighborhood of Kensington.We Need to Talk: A social comedy that centers on Great Scott, a self-absorbed online video-game influencer and star who speaks to millions of fans every day but cannot bring himself to communicate with the people he loves.DAY THREE | SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15THSunday Screening I | 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm | $15FILMSMonday: Dealing with the loss of a loved one.Woke: When Derek shares a racist slur with his Black co-workers, he is fired but given the option to keep his job if he participates in an experimental trial for a pill that cures racism.Luna: While filming a commercial for new artificial intelligence, Luna, the AI takes a mind its own.Our Philadelphia: The story of one high school in Philadelphia hit hard by neighborhood gun violence.Normal: Normal is a short documentary, that follows Garren, a 23-year-old, black male who has set out to redefine what it means to be “normalâ€� in this society, as we reexamine his neighborhood in South Central LA, where various pre-existing conditions prevent young men from having control over their fate.On the Whistle: A suburban basketball star struggles to impress the uncompromising coach at his new inner-city school.Once in a Hundred Years: The Life & Legacy of Marian Anderson: The story of Marian Anderson, a young girl from South Philadelphia who, armed with only a voice, fought to break down one of the most daunting barriers closed to black Americans in the 1930s—the classical music stage.Sunday Screening II | 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm  | $15FILMSUrban Canvas: A deep dive into the eclectic world of Philadelphia street art and public art.The Mountain and the Maiden: This is the story of a day in the life of Aspiya. A 10-year-old girl living with her younger brother, older sister and parents in a one-room-shack in New Delhi near Asia’s biggest landfill.  Aspiya is the main supporter of her family. Every single day she walks up the landfill in order to collect trash that then will later be sold to companies that reuse the materials for their products.Kensington in Crisis: Kensington, a Philadelphia neighborhood lingers in the wake of the opioid epidemic.Sunday Screening III | 6:00 pm – 7:25 pm | $15FILMSBand Ladies: 5 women, fed up and on the cusp of middle age, turn heir book club into a punk band, twenty years too late.BKS: A short fiction film using A.S.M.R. video codes to unfold.Chi Chi: Inspired by true events, the story follows Ava, a young naïve student, as she meets a smooth-talking, wealthy man and gets swept into a world of excess, luxury, drugs and partying.Jamie: A struggling nineteen year old is contemplating ending her life. On the train to her nan’s, her journey is interrupted by another young woman’s death.Anna: An aging single mother who is desperate for a change, goes to a party with a group of American men who are touring the country, searching for love.#Princess Problems: In the strenuous world of children’s party entertainment, an overly positive and well-meaning “princessâ€� must win over a practical writer who is doing a story on female role models.Sunday Screening IV | 8:25 pm – 10:30 pm | $20FILMSSaid No Lover: Music Video for the song Said No Lover by Aaron Gibson & Nahuel Bronzini. A song about leaving everything you love, and the demons that follow you.Shepherd’s Gate: When a hotshot executive is threatened with a resignation from her protégé, she’s forced to confront a mysterious past.Kinship: Rabah is forced to take over custody of his son Cédrick. The boy has been mute since losing his mother.Squall: Two strangers at rock bottom in their lives, meet in a hotel bar before going on to spend a night putting their respective broken worlds to rights.Jane Doe: A pair of detectives pursue an elusive predator kidnapping women in the San Fernando Valley when they stumble across a victim uncertain she wants to be saved.Calf Rope: During the summer of ’66, a former rodeo champion and cattle auctioneer from Oklahoma bonds tightly with his young grandson from suburban Pennsylvania while teaching him a few tricks from his previous trades. AWARD CEREMONY | LIVE AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE | LIVE STREAM ON FACEBOOKSunday, November 15th ~9:45 pmClick here to stream the award ceremony on the FirstGlance Facebook PageVIRTUAL FESTIVAL | NOVEMBER 10TH – NOVEMBER 15THTo purchase virtual festival tickets ($10 one-day only pass or one-time feature tickets, $30 shorts only pass, $50 all-access), visit It’s a Short.com. 

Location: The Colonial Theatre 227 Bridge Street Phoenixville, PA. | Start: 11/13/2020 8:00:00 PM End:
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Location: The Charleston Music Hall 37 John Street Charleston, SC. | Start: 12/19/2020 7:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Walt Disney Theater 445 S. Magnolia Avenue Orlando, FL. | Start: 1/16/2021 7:00:00 PM End:
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Location: Walt Disney Theater 445 S. Magnolia Avenue Orlando, FL. | Start: 1/17/2021 2:00:00 PM End:
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