Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Fri. Mar. 28, Black Orpheus, film screening

Join us for the second film of 
the Pagan Film Series

Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In
and Community Seed presents:

Friday, March 28th, 8pm
at SubRosa, 703 Pacific Ave.

BLACK ORPHEUS (Orfeu Negro) A retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth, set during the time of the Carnaval in Rio de Janeiro. Orfeo is a trolley conductor and musician, engaged to Mira. During Carnival week, he sees Eurydice, who's fled her village in fear of a stalker - it's love at first sight. But she is being stalked by Death, can Orfeo conduct her to safety? Don't look back. Portuguese with English subtitles. Rated PG

This series is an opportunity to come together, to watch engaging films and also to engage each other, to share thoughts and experiences, and to create more of an overlap of the many social circles that exist in this town.  More info at http://www.guerilladrivein.org/

About Community Seed: Our mission is to provide the local Santa Cruz Pagan community with opportunities to create closer bonds of perfect love and perfect trust, and understanding with one another, through community service, publications, gatherings, and ritual celebrations. We organize, host, and promote events that enrich and improve our lives, our world, and our community at large in the Santa Cruz region. (excerpt from their website http://www.communityseed.org/

About Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In:   an outdoor movie theater under the stars that springs up unexpectedly in the fields and industrial wastelands. Beyond showing great free movies year-round and bringing a broad community together, part of our mission is reclaiming public space and transforming our urban environment. (http://www.guerilladrivein.org/)

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