Friday, March 26th at 7 pm
Arts at the Palace is pleased to present the second of a three-part free film discussion series with film professional Juliette Fahey.
Bombay Beach directed by Alma Har’el, 2011, USA
Israeli filmmaker, Alma Har’el, known for works including Honey Boy starring Shia Laboeuf, directs a feature-length documentary that offers a glimpse into the idea of masculinity and the American Dream through the lives of three characters, Benny, CeeJay, and Red. Filmed with gorgeous cinematography and choreographed sequences, the film also features songs by Bob Dylan and Beirut.
Watch Bombay Beach on your own (currently available to stream on Amazon Prime).
Then join us on Friday, March 26 at 7 pm on Zoom for a rich, informal discussion about the film by emailing email@example.com with “Bombay Beach” in the subject line to register for a Zoom link.
Mark your calendars for part three of the Virtual Film Club series!
About Juliette Fahey
Excited to be a part of a program here at Arts at the Palace, Juliette Fahey previously studied at Boston University and the University of Pittsburgh where she learned about the history and production of tv, media, and film. She currently works as a videographer in Boston. In her free time, Juliette enjoys running along the Charles River and trying out cool new recipes.
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