Film

NEW LOCATION

While The Umbrella at 40 Stow Street in Concord, MA is under construction, Concord Film Project screenings will be held at The Umbrella Annex, located at 57 ORNAC (Old Road to Nine Acre Corner). 

SPECIAL DINNER RECEPTION IN MAY!

Film ticket holders will receive complimentary Mexican buffet by Adelita Restaurant before the show. Cash bar.  

For all fim nights, doors open at 6:30 PM and the film begins at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $10. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online (additional fees apply to online ticket purchases).


On Tuesday, May 29th, we invite audiences to a screening of Beasts of the Southern Wild, directed by Benh Zeitlin. This magical adventure film tells of six-year-old Hushpuppy, who is faced with both her hot-tempered father's fading health and melting ice-caps that flood her ramshackle bayou community and unleash ancient aurochs, and must learn the ways of courage and love.

Directed by Benh Zeitlin | Rated PG-13
Runtime 93 minutes

Film ticket holders will receive complimentary Mexican buffet by Adelita Restaurant before the show. Cash bar.
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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FILM VIEWERS

NEW LOCATION
Starting February 2018 Concord Film Project screenings will be held at The Umbrella Annex, located at 57 ORNAC (Old Road to Nine Acre Corner

SAVE THE DATES:
 •Tuesday, May 29, 2018: Beasts of The Southern Wild
 •Wednesday, June 13, 2018: A New Leaf

Organizers Dinah Buechner-Vischer, Kim Burns, and Kristin Canty are thrilled to be presenting a wide variety of film masterpieces to highlight different aspects of the cinematic art form with selections from recent film festivals, old favorites, and the hard to find or rarely seen. “We are excited to provide Concord with access to independent, fascinating films, and the opportunity to socialize, have a glass of wine, talk about the film,” says Burns. “We want to provide films that touch and delight the soul and we believe intelligent entertainment and cinematic expertise enjoyed together with friends and neighbors gives it all a deeper layer of enjoyment and meaning.” says Buechner-Vischer.