Thursday, August 27, 2015

Up Next: Something I have been wanting to see for a long time: Nosferatu

Thursday September 3, 2015 @ 7pm

Nosferatu
A Symphony of Horror
1922

F.W. Murnau
Max Schreck, Gustav van Wangenheim, Greta Schroeder
                   
Based on the novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, this silent film classic was hailed by the late Roger Ebert as a horror masterpiece and one of the greatest films of all time.  The Vampire, Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and his real estate agent's wife.   Filmed in Germany and backed by a haunting score that is as telling as the story itself.

81 minutes

Screens in The Crown Room at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood

Co Hosted by Tom Stockman

$6 admission

Food and drink available for purchase from Schlafly.

www.afilmseries.com

Presented by A Film Series, Schlafly Bottleworks, Real Living Gateway Real Estate, Cinema St. Louis and YOU!

Funds generated after expenses from this screening go to support production of A FIT KID,
an active lifestyle development program produced by Helping Kids Together.

HKT promote cultural diversity and social awareness through universally designed programming and events that get kids active and involved in the arts and culture. Thank YOU for YOUR support!

amyb@afilmseries.com


Amy Barnes 314 221 3085 or amyb@afilmseries.com

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Up Next: On Thursday August, 6th, we begin a repeat of A Universal Monster Series with Dracula starring Bela Lugosi

Howdy All,

We have been on a summer hiatus due to much needed surgery for the junior partner of Atypical, LLC.

As an advocate for the practice of Universal Design I am very proud to do a repeat of a series we did in 2014: A Universal Monster Series, showcasing the classic monsters of Universal Pictures.

If you aren't aware of what Universal Design is, it is a design concept and process that enables a diverse population to participate in daily life by making things not just more accessible but doing so in a way that blends into the environment so as not to stigmatize.  It is a much needed practice in not just the built environment but also in the planning of events and programs and I see the lack of it--as well as the need for it--everyday in the life I live with my daughter and in my work in the real estate industry when I show people property.

Universal Design makes living life easier for everyone. Please look it up and read all about it.

My siblings and I grew up watching spooky movies and Dracula was by far one of my favorites.  It still is so Mia and I hope to see you out and about at Schlafly.

Cheers  to you,

Amy