“Film Nights at the David Wright”
FREE OUTDOOR COMMUNITY CINEMA AT THE DAVID WRIGHT HOUSE
A FOUR-FILM SERIES INSPIRED BY THE ARCHITECTURE AND TIME PERIOD OF THE DAVID AND GLADYS WRIGHT HOUSE, PROGRAMMED BY NO FESTIVAL REQUIRED INDEPENDENT CINEMA WITH THE DAVID WRIGHT HOUSE, AND HELD ON THE WRIGHT HOUSE GROUNDS.
EACH FILM WILL BEGIN AT 7:30 PM, WITH DOORS OPENING AT 7PM. EACH FILM WILL HAVE A SHORT OR CARTOON PRECEDING THE FEATURE PRESENTATION.
PARKING AT THE CAMELBACK CHURCH OF CHRIST 5525 E CAMELBACK ROAD
PHONE: (602) 689-6140
MORE INFORMATION FOR PARKING, RESERVATIONS AND THE WRIGHT HOUSE-WWW.DAVIDWRIGHTHOUSE.ORG
THURSDAY APRIL 14
“INFINITE SPACE: THE ARCHITECTURE OF JOHN LAUTNER” BY MURRAY GRIGOR
This documentary feature film traces the lifelong quest of visionary genius John Lautner to create “architecture that has no beginning and no end.” It is the story of brilliance and of a complicated life – and the most sensual architecture of the 20th century.
FRIDAY, APRIL 22-EARTH DAY!
“THE ABSENT HOUSE” BY RUBÉN ABRUÑA
Sustainable design in the tropics: Puerto Rican architect Fernando Abruña Charneco is a pioneer of locally-suited green buildings.
FRIDAY APRIL 29
“Destination Moon” (1950)-Directed by Irving Pichel
One of the first science fiction films to attempt a high level of accurate technical detail tells the story of the first trip to the Moon.
THURSDAY MAY 5
“The Pink Panther” (1963) Peter Sellers, David Niven-directed by Blake Edwards-Bumbling and conceited French police inspector Clouseau tries to catch The Phantom, a daring jewel thief whose identity and features are unknown – and is acting right under his nose.