“For anyone who enjoys art, this is an eye-opening film.”
~ Mike Holtzclaw, Daily Press
Last night, “The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show” screened to a full house at Naro Cinema in Norfolk, Virginia’s historic downtown Ghent.
The next stop for this film is October 26 at Gari Melchers Home & Studio at Belmont in Falmouth, Virginia at the University of Mary Washington. After that, this film travels to Des Moines.
New screening dates are being added frequently. View the full screening schedule at this link.
The Naro Cinema is a true gem and plans are in the works to screen 217 Films’ forthcoming documentary “Enough to Live On: The Arts of the WPA” there next summer. Read more about that film at this link.
|Filmgoers lining up to buy tickets at Naro Cinema.|
|Director Michael Maglaras and Executive Producer Terri Templeton.|
|Filmmaker Michael Maglaras introduces the film.|