Date: Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
Location: Magno Screening Room
Physical Address: 729 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019
Arrival Time: 1:30 p.m sharp!
Film Start Time: 2:00 p.m. NO admittance at film start time.
Seats are limited!
RSVP TO PHYLLIS BISHOP at PBSCREENINGS@GMAIL.COM
Check In: With Phyllis Bishop inside upstairs at the private screening room.
Email Your Request for CONFIRMED SEATING. Please read through all of the copy. MEMBERS MUST RESPOND TO ALL EMAILS received from Phyllis Bishop. Please include the film title and date, your full name, your guest’s full name(s) and your current NYNATAS membership card number for current membership verification purposes only. If you need to cancel or need to change your guest’s name(s) please let Phyllis know as soon as you can.
Stars: Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Wes Studi, Ben Foster, and Adam Beach.
Synopsis: In 1892, a legendary Army captain reluctantly agrees to escort a Cheyenne chief and his family through dangerous territory.
Director: Scott Cooper. (He is known for writing, directing and producing the 2009 film Crazy Heart starring Jeff Bridges)
Writers: Scott Cooper (screenplay), Donald E. Stewart
Genre: :Adventure, Drama, History
Runtime: 127 Mins.
Rated: MPAA Rated: PG-R for strong violence, and language
Release Date: December 20, 2017
Notes: By attending this screening, you agree to hold all print, online, radio, and television reviews, until the film’s release date.
Review Embargo: Please Do NOT post any social media reactions/reviews to Twitter or Facebook or, blog postings, prior to the film’s wide release date.
A Social Media Card and Hashtag may be on the screen and you may be directed ONLY to advise your friends to see the movie, if you liked it.
Anti-Film Piracy Policy: Please leave all non essential electronics behind. YOU MUST TURN OFF ALL PHONES AND ELECTRONICS PRIOR TO THE MOVIE START. The distributor provides security guards for anti-film piracy. Absolutely no recording devices will be allowed into the theatre. All bags, may be subject to physical and flashlight search. Security may use night vision during the screening to detect unauthorized capture of the film.
Event Produced By: Phyllis M.G. Bishop