The art of film takes center stage this summer when the Delray Beach Center for the Arts at Old School Square presents Art Cinema at the Crest from July 9 through August 27. Every Wednesday at 4 and 7:30 p.m., the art center will screen a specially selected film, followed by a post-film discussion hosted by Caroline Breder-Watts, host and producer of WLRN’s (90.7 FM) Sunday Breakfast with the Arts, giving greater insight to the direction, story arc and meaning of the film. The films selected range from dramas to sidesplitting comedies, each holding a special shelf in the canon of film.
- Tickets cost $10 per screening (free for members).
- For more information, visit delraycenterforthearts.org.
Below is the remaining summer lineup for Art Cinema at the Crest (films subject to change without notice):
August 20 | Inside Llewyn Davis (2013)
The latest Coen Brothers (Joel and Ethan) comedy-drama, Inside Llewyn Davis follows the life of Llewyn Davis for one week, a singer in Greenwich Village’s folk music scene in 1961, inspired by the music of Dave Van Ronk. Lacking direction in his life, Davis bounces from couch to couch, cat in tow, meeting a cast of memorable characters.
August 27 | Caddyshack (1980)
Wrapping the summer Art Cinema at the Crest series is the comedy classic Caddyshack. One of the funniest films of a generation, the post-film conversation will be worth the admission price alone.