Get your tickets for the October 26th German Spotlight ASAP! We’re only about a week away and tickets are going fast so make sure to grab them before the theater is full. The screening will begin roughly around 8:30 PM so make sure to arrive early for the Red Carpet and to grab your seats.
The night is going to be filled with German and European culture at the movie screening itself as well as the after-party. There will be a live DJ, food, drinks courtesy of Tito’s Handmade Vodka and Peroni Beer, and much more. We look forward to seeing you there.
Join us this month at the Newport Beach Film Festival!
From October 21st – 28th, 2021, the 21nd annual Newport Beach Film Festival will showcase over 300 films from across the globe and host a wide array of multicultural activities. Celebrated as Orange County’s premiere film event, the Newport Beach Film Festival historically attracts over 50,000 attendees from around the world who come together to experience the ultimate cinematic experience along the pristine coastline of Southern California.
Each year the Festival hosts nightly International Spotlight events. The German Spotlight will pay homage to the film industry and celebrate the extensive German history and culture whose influence has inspired many aspects of art across all mediums. The evening will feature a film screening, in which will showcase the film Hello Again (2020), followed by a gala celebration of German film, food and culture. It will take place on the night of October 26th starting around 8:30. We will toast the evening away with a diverse crowd of filmmakers, actors, and film aficionados.
We invite you to partake in this amazing evening as an official partner of the Newport Beach Film Festival German Spotlight. The evening will provide opportunities for brand recognition and media coverage targeting a unique niche demographic. Our website and link to buy tickets is below.
If you have any other questions regarding anything having to do with the event email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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