07.07.2016 4:30 pm
Join us in the evening on July 7 for Traveling Tintypes. BRIDGE will set up their darkroom tent at MOPA for a Tin it + Pin it event. Stop by to purchase some ready made tintype jewelry, or grab a ticket to try your hand at making a tintype in their portable studio!
Click HERE to get your ticket!
Are you a MOPA Member? Just use our discount code "MOPAMember" for $5.00 off your ticket price. (Please bring your membership card or number along to the evening's event.)
(If purchasing a ticket to make your own tintype, one ticket is available per time slot. Please choose the time that works best for you, and be sure to arrive approximately 10 minutes before your schedule time slot.)
(If purchasing a ticket to make your own tintype, one ticket is available per time slot. Please choose the time that works best for you, and be sure to arrive approximately 10 minutes before your schedule time slot.)Event Description
07.08.2016 7:00 pm
The Adventures of Robin Hood
In partnership with Film Geeks
When King Richard the Lionheart is captured, his scheming brother Prince John (Claude Rains) plots to reach the throne, to the outrage of Sir Robin of Locksley (Errol Flynn), the bandit king of Sherwood Forest. Rounding up his band of men and eventually winning the support of the lovely Maid Marian (Olivia de Havilland), Robin accuses Prince John of treachery and, when the escaped Richard returns covertly to England, joins forces with the king to prevent Prince John from taking the crown.
$10 general admission | $5 MOPA members
07.14.2016 6:00 pm
Join us for this exciting evening of live presentations and lively conversations. A curated selection of five local visual storytellers—photographers, filmmakers, and multimedia producers—will share their projects in an interactive, supportive, and dynamic format. Audience members are encouraged to give feedback and ask questions of the presenters, both formally and in a social setting.
Free to current MOPA and SDAI members with valid membership card.
07.21.2016 7:30 pm
Noi e la Giulia (La Giulia and Us)
Presented by San Diego Italian Film Festival
Diego is a car salesman struggling to achieve satisfactory levels of customer service; he is challenged by his dying father to do something other than be a wimp. Claudio, an overweight shopkeeper, has incompetently destroyed his family business, causing his wife to leave him. Fausto is the flashy TV salesman: a known fraudster, racist, and generally a bit of a failed cad, his debts creep up on him so dangerously that he needs to flee. The three men all go to look at a decrepit farmhouse which has been abandoned rather suddenly by the family trying to run it.
Tickets: $10 general, $8 SDIFF members, students/military with regular ID
Tickets available online or at the door (day of screening)