The Mercer Island Arts Council’s film series returns with a new name and a fresh look to celebrate the 15th year of FREE movies on Mercer Island!
Continue to discover the “Art of Film” in the second half of this season of Friday Night Films. Movie selections explore visual arts, dance, music, theater, and more to delight art lovers of all ages.
Most screenings start at 7:30 pm at Aljoya, where film historian Lance Rhoades sets the stage with an introduction for each film and then leads a Q&A to share more insights and interesting facts. All films are free and open to the public.
Visit www.mercergov.org/fridayfilms for the full Winter/Spring 2020 lineup.
Le mystere Picasso (Henri-Georges Couzot, 1956)
Friday, March 27 | Wine & cheese at 6:30 pm, film program at 7:30 pm | Aljoya, 2430 76th Avenue SE | FREE
Stop-motion and time-lapse photography capture revolutionary painter Pablo Picasso’s creative process in this French documentary. (Film notes: Presented in French with English subtitles.) Sponsored by the Mercer Island Sister City Association. Enjoy wine and cheese starting at 6:30 pm, courtesy of Aljoya.
This series is presented by the Mercer Island Arts Council and Mercer Island Parks & Recreation.