American Tobacco’s FREE summer movie series continues this Friday, August 12th, with “Do It Again” by filmmaker Robert Patton-Spruill. An intrepid reporter sets out to reunite the Kinks in this 59-minute flick set for the latest installment of ATC’s Movies on the Lawn.
Dinner and a movie under the stars…what could be better? American Tobacco teams up with Full Frame to feature films shown on the amphitheater lawn.
“Do It Again” features some spontaneous performances by rock royalty. And the film showing will be following by a screening of a short pic, “One Night in Kernersville.” The 20-minute film directed by Rodrigo Dorfman features jazz bassist John Brown and his band in a fast-paced recording session doc.
This year American Tobacco has expanded its summer offerings in a family-fun packed On the Lawn Presented by Whole Foods Market. Movies, music and more are free and open to the public.
Chowing down ‘on the lawn’ is now easier — and tastier — than ever with the introduction of Whole Foods’ Virtual Cafe. Hungry fans can order a customized picnic by visiting a new Web portal: www.atclawnseries.com.
See the rest of the upcoming schedule for music and movies here.
The Movies on the Lawn series is one of several FREE summer events at American Tobacco. Under the umbrella of the On the Lawn Presented by Whole Foods Market line-up, which includes a Back Porch Music Series. The summer has already brought Pops for Pops on Father’s Day and Red, White, Blues & Bluegrass on July 4th to the lawn at American Tobacco..
Check out www.atclawnseries.com for details on all the free fun.
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