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Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
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Star Trek IV Benefit Screening

Friday May 8, 2015

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3405 Central Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 255-1848
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$8

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Craig Chrissinger

Phone: 505-266-8905
Website: Click to Visit

More events at Guild Cinema

Bubonicon 47 presents this screening of Leonard Nimoy's film, which benefits the Albuquerque Public Library Foundation.

A Bubonicon 47 Presentation – All seats $8.00

A Portion of the Proceeds will benefit the Albuq Public Library Foundation.

Door Prizes courtesy of Bubonicon 47 and Lobo Anime.

A Special Poster by Jon Sanchez will be on sale in the lobby!

Rest in Peace, Leonard Nimoy, who passed away Feb 27, 2015.

Branded as fugitives by the Federation whom they swore to protect, the crew of the USS Enterprise dutifully returns to Earth to face charges for crimes committed in the course of rescuing Spock (in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock). But en route, it is learned that Earth is being ravaged by a strange alien probe demanding a response from a lifeform that no longer exists. Commandeering a captured Klingon Bird-of-Prey, Kirk and his crew go back in time to 20th century Earth to recover two humpback whales, who are the only Earth beings who can respond to the probe. Yes, Star Trek IV is the one with time travel, humpback whales, Gillian (Catherine Hicks) and “nuclear wessels.”

See also: Reel World

Going ape

This Saturday, May 9, the historic KiMo Theatre offers up a King Kong-sized marathon of ... well, King Kong. Starting at 2pm, audiences will be treated to a trio of monster hits. First up is the 1933 version of King Kong starring Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong. That’s followed at 4pm by the 1976 remake of King Kong starring Jessica Lange and Jeff Bridges. The evening closes out at 6:30pm with the 2005 remake of King Kong starring Naomi Watts and Adrien Brody. Individual tickets are $8 general admission or $6 students/seniors. If you want to watch all three films (and why wouldn’t you, that’s kinda the point?), passes are $21 general admission and $15 students/seniors. You can purchase tickets in advance, if you like, at kimotickets.com. The KiMo Theatre is located at 423 Central NW.

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