Thursday May 4th
Crossing Delancey (1988) A very great American ﬁlm of the 1980’s, Crossing Delancey (1988) by the independent ﬁlmmaker Joan Micklin Silver, has always been an audience favorite. Not only is this a touching love story beautifully enacted by Amy Irving and Peter Riegert, but also a ﬁnely crafted ﬁlm that captures the faces and voices of a now lost New York.
Woman’s Work – A Salute to women filmmakers marginalized, overlooked and underpaid by the ﬁlm industry, women ﬁlmmakers, upon ﬁnding their place behind the camera, produced the most provocative and groundbreaking of cinematic masterpieces. In this special series of ﬁlms, The Cupertino Library Foundation and Blue Light Cinema devote six weeks in exploring the work of the world’s great women directors. You are invited to watch the ﬁlms as they were meant to be seen – on the big screen – and later explore and discuss the work of these extraordinary ﬁlmmakers in a lively post-show discussion led by ﬁlmmaker and historian Mark Larson.
Admission Free. Location for all movies is Bluelight Cinemas.
Theatre seating is limited. All films start at 1:15 pm on Thursdays.
Patrons interested in attending should register for each film separately, and bring their registration to the Bluelight Cinemas box office before the scheduled start of the film to exchange with a ticket issued by Bluelight Cinemas.
Ten minutes prior to the scheduled start of the film, anyone who is wait-listed or a drop-in will be able to approach the Bluelight Cinemas box office to ask for a ticket and to be seated on a first come first serve basis.
Seating is limited, and in some cases when overbooking of registrations occurs, certain patrons with registrations may not be able to be seated for the film. The best way to obtain a seat is to register using the orange buttons below and come earlier to the theatre.