March 15th marks the first POP Thursday of 2012 and we’re shaking things up. I personally invite you to join us for an evening of modern storytelling featuring live performances by So Say We All and exclusive screenings of two short films. Yes, this is a personal invitation to you all because I have previewed the program for the evening and it is AWESOME. I wouldn’t want you to miss out!
Taking a quick break from our traditional cult film format, this upcoming POP will be made up of three parts:
MOPA has always been a premiere Southern California locale to interact with photography’s past and present, but you may forget that the Museum is also a wonderful venue to experience diverse and rarely screened films from around the world. A huge opportunity to see cinema at its finest just kicked off this past weekend with the San Diego Italian Film Festival and we want to remind you to come to MOPA and see the moving pictures we have on display.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. The jury is still out on this one, but I’m pretty sure it’s still tough out there for a lot of people. There’s not much ten dollars can get you these days. If you’re anything like me and looking for some penny pinching fun, come on down to MOPA tomorrow evening for the premiere of Working Class!