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Oscar Movie Week at Century Greenback

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We may be short a couple of Century theaters at the moment (as the Century Downtown is being renovated and the Century Stadium is being demolished and replaced), but we still have enough in the area to have been selected as a host city for Cinemark/Century’s Oscar Movie Week 2016.

From Monday, Feb. 22 to Sunday, Feb. 28 (the evening of the Academy Awards), there are two opportunities to see each of the eight films nominated for Best Picture: Bridge of Spies, Brooklyn, Spotlight, The Big Short, Mad Max: Fury Road, Room, The Martian and The Revenant. It’s also possible to buy a single pass to see all eight nominated feature films for $40, which includes entry to a screening of the Oscar nominated animated and live action narrative short films (there are five screenings to choose from next weekend).

All screenings are at the Century 16 Greenback Lane.

For more information, screening times, ticket link, and a list of other cities and theaters hosting Oscar Movie Week 2016, cinemark.com.

 

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Tony Sheppard

Tony is a Professor at Sacramento State, Co-Director of the Sacramento Film & Music Festival and a long-time writer, primarily on topics related to film and the film industry. He is an active supporter of the local arts community, an amateur photographer, and has an interest in architecture and urban planning topics. He is currently designing a 595 sq.ft. house on a very small infill lot in Sacramento.

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