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Screening of SPF-18 with Alex Israel

(2017 | Romance | PG-13 | 75 min.)

Introduced by Artist/Filmmaker Alex Israel

Sunday, July 29 | 6 PM | $10 ($7 for Friends of SAC)

Presented with Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center

Five high school grads on the cusp of adulthood have their summer of discovery while surfing and house-sitting at Keanu Reeves’ elegant beach house. Penny seeks to finally lose her virginity with Johnny. Johnny, in the wake of his father’s death, wants to make a choice between art school and surfing. Cousin Camilla wants to be taken seriously. Country singer-guitarist Ash wants to be himself. Suspended surfer Steve wants to find his place on the beach.

About Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center, A Project of the Sag Harbor Partnership:

For over 100 years, there was a movie theater on Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY. Then came the fire on December 16, 2016. Now only the back portion of the Sag Harbor Cinema is left. The Sag Harbor Partnership, after months of fundraising, has purchased the Cinema from its longtime owner as of January 10th.

The Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center will restore the Sag Harbor Cinema and preserve the showing of independent, foreign and documentary films on the East End of Long Island. Rebuilding will save Main Street, keeping it local and real. Education, programming and outreach for people of all ages will ensure that the Cinema is here for the next 100 years.

Venue

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 United States
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Website:
http://www.southamptonartscenter.org

Introducing Southampton Arts Center’s Friends Circle

Friday May 25 - Monday Dec 31

It’s friends like you that have made the first five years of SAC so successful. Now, we are taking the opportunity to invite you to become our Friend – formally – as we launch Southampton Arts Center Friends Circle.

LIGHT ON SHADOW

Saturday May 26 - Monday Jul 16

Southampton Arts Center honors Blue Sphere Foundation and its Founder, Shawn Heinrichs, in a seven week presentation of Shawn’s works of art, curated by Matthew Hockley Smith. The exhibit seeks to inspire action and drive conservation of our oceans and the vulnerable marine life within them.