Opening November 27th at The Art House Cinema & Pub.
New safety measures have been implemented to comply with guidelines from health officials. Seating is currently limited to 20 per showing.
To coincide with the release of David Fincher's Mank, we're excited to bring to another Art House Essential to our Cinema & Pub with Orson Welles and Herman Mankiewicz's Citizen Kane. Often cited as the greatest film ever made for the 26 year-old Welles's unique use of cinematic techniques that forever changed how films were made. Larger than life character Charles Foster Kane was seen as a thinly-veiled stand-in for William Randolph Hearst and alluded to his affair with Marion Davies, and the new mogul ultimately held a vendetta against the writers of the film for years, but the film still stands as a breakout of modern storytelling and cemented Welles as the leading voice in cinematic arts.
A perfect double feature to compliment Mank, so be sure to catch both films at Art House!