Monday Night Film Returns to BIG ARTS

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The popular Monday Night Film Series returns to BIG ARTS starting Oct. 26. The series, which will be shown Mondays at 7 p.m. in Christensen Performance Hall, features a diverse collection of films selected by the dedicated volunteers of the BIG ARTS Film Committee. The committee, which includes Chair Visnja Gembicki, Stan Gembicki, Di Saggu, Ron Green, Stefi and Don Irwin, Barbara Ruben, Judy Adler and JR Pascal, carefully chose award-winning films from the world’s major film festivals.

This year’s list includes everything from comedy to drama and documentaries. Admission to all films is $10; tickets can be purchased online at bigarts.org or through the box office at 239-395-0900.

October 26: The Peanut Butter Falcon
November 2: Portrait of a Lady on Fire
November 9: And Then We Danced
November 16: Mr. Jones
November 23: Everybody Knows
November 30: The Painter and the Thief
December 7: The Song of Names
December 14: The Whistlers
December 21: Emma.
December 28: Honeyland

BIG ARTS is practicing the highest standards of safety during this challenging time. All visitors are required to wear masks and are asked to be mindful of physical distancing. With physical distancing precautions in mind, BIG ARTS is selling only 50 percent of the seats in Christensen Performance Hall. Until further notice, only 200 seats will be available for any event in the Hall, and a maximum of 30 people will be allowed in the gallery at any given time. BIG ARTS has enhanced its air filtration system, all surfaces are wiped down between use, a professional sanitation fogger is being used after each gathering, and there are hand sanitation “stations” throughout the ground floor.

For more information, contact the BIG ARTS box office at 239-395-0900.

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