St. Petersburg, FL – The Warehouse Arts District Association, in collaboration with Sunscreen Film Festival, Place Projects, and the City of St. Petersburg, is delighted to unveil a Fall Film Series. This series will showcase a thoughtfully curated array of compelling films, poised to entertain and educate audiences with their narrative depth and cinematic brilliance.
Comprising four outstanding films, the series aims to captivate and engage, with each film carefully chosen to resonate with distinct themes, inviting dialogue with the audience.
The screenings are scheduled to take place at the ArtsXchange Outdoor Theater on 515 22nd Street South, St. Petersburg, on four consecutive Saturday evenings from 8:00 to 10:00 PM. General Admission tickets are priced at $15 per movie. The schedule for the series is as follows:
- Oct. 14 – “Between Sea and Land” (2016) for Hispanic Heritage Month
- Oct. 21 – “An American in Paris” (1951) exploring Movement & Dance
- Oct. 28 – “Fear of Rain” (2021) in the spirit of Halloween, accompanied by a Costume Contest
- Nov. 4 – “The Candidate” (1972) aligning with the forthcoming Election Year
Attendees are encouraged to arrive early. For members of WADA, complimentary popcorn will be a delightful perk. Furthermore, following the screening of “Between Sea and Land” on October 14th, a Q&A session with Manolo Cruz (Screenwriter, Actor, and Director) is scheduled, while the “Fear of Rain” screening on October 28th promises an exhilarating Halloween-themed costume contest.
For more information about the Fall Film Series and to secure your tickets, see the link below.
The Warehouse Arts District Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to build and sustain a vibrant arts community in St. Petersburg that supports the success of all artists and the community at large through a broad spectrum of tools, including community revitalization, marketing, advocacy and educational programming within the St. Petersburg Warehouse Arts District.