Red Sky at Morning at National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque
Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
All non-essential businesses are closed, public gatherings are prohibited!
(One day some of these events will be rescheduled or will resume, but they are not happening now!)

Red Sky at Morning

Thursday Feb 15, 2018

1701 Fourth Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102-4508

Phone: 246-2261
Website: Click to Visit






Phone: 5052462261
Website: Click to Visit

Based on the novel by Richard Bradford, an adolescent boy must deal with adjusting to a new land, new culture, making friends, experiencing first love and war.

FlyerBased on the novel by Richard Bradford, Red Sky at Morning follows an adolescent boy who is relocated with his mother to Corazón Sagrado, New Mexico when his father goes off to World War II. Finding himself a minority in a predominantly Latino community, Josh Arnold must deal with adjusting to a new land and a new culture, making friends, and experiencing first love, as well as the war that is always in the background and ultimately threatens everything he has come to know. Presented as part of the Bank of America Free Thursday Film Series.

1971; James Goldstone; English; 112 minutes; rated PG.

Free ticketed event; tickets available one hour before show.

See also: Reel World

Red Sky (at Night)

Richard Bradford’s 1968 coming-of-age novel Red Sky at Morning is something of a New Mexico classic, relating the story of a young man whose family relocates from bustling Mobile, Ala. to tiny Corazon Sagrado, N.M. during World War II. The book was turned into a film in 1971 starring Richard Thomas, Catherine Burns and Desi Arnaz Jr. It was shot in the towns of Lamy and Truchas. On Thursday, Feb. 15 the National Hispanic Cultural Center’s Bank of America Theatre celebrates this piece of local history with a screening of the film. This is presented as part of the theater’s Free Thursday Film Series. Seating is limited, of course. (The theater’s recent screening of Bless Me, Ultima was jam-packed.) You can pick up your free tickets at the box office (1701 Fourth Street NW) one hour before showtime (which starts at 7pm).

[ more >> ]