Come Watch ‘The Running Man’ with Motherboard during Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn
December 29, 2016 - running watch
The destiny doesn’t always spin out a approach we expect. As a existence star president-elect prepares to assume office, Motherboard and Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn are gratified to co-host a timely 30th-anniversary screening of The Running Man, a 1987 sci-fi movement film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jesse “The Body” Ventura, that depicts a dystopian destiny United States pacified by a lethal existence uncover in a year 2017. In other words, a film feels a little too informed as we prepared for a Trump Administration to take office.
Our screening is set for Jan 18, 2017, during 7:15 pm, only dual days before President Trump is inaugurated, and will underline special guest and some surprises from Motherboard staffers. It’s open to a public, though tickets are limited, so order yours online here (all deduction go to Nitehawk Cinema).
For those who can’t make it out, we’ll be hosting a brief QA about a film on a Facebook page, and posting a new brief Motherboard documentary featuring a new talk with one of a The Running Man’s creators.
And in even improved news, The Running Man 30th-anniversary Inauguration Special is a initial in a new ongoing screening array we’re co-hosting with Nitehawk Cinema called Future Shock. Throughout 2017 and beyond, we will be screening many some-more sci-fi films, looking during how they decorated a destiny that has turn a present, what they got right, and what they got wrong. We’ll also find to try how art can infrequently unintentionally expect life, for improved and for worse.
Grab your popcorn and get prepared for one ruin of a show.
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