Starting Friday, November 8, A Simple Collective launches its free Friday Film Night.
Hang out in the gallery, eat some popcorn, and watch a movie with us!
Let’s face it, by the end of the week, you just want to sit and have a glass and not do a thing. Don’t you long for the good ol’ days when we could afford to go to a movie every Friday with friends and unwind from the week? And, like us, lament the quickly dwindling indie theaters where we could see something obscure, nostalgic, or just plain cool? Well, here’s a little remedy. Friday Film Nights is all about plunking down with friendly people and enjoying a film. So when the week is over, come hang out in the gallery, eat some popcorn, and watch a movie with us!
NOVEMBER is SF NOIR!
Guest curated by Ryan Phelan
Inspired by the the long nights of winter and the current Bay Area-themed Contenda exhibition at ASC Projects, this month’s movies feature the dark side of San Francisco!
November 8 // Dark Passage (1947)
Directed by Delmer Daves and starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. A man falsely accused of his wife’s murder escapes from San Quentin and works with a woman to try and prove his innocence.
ASC Projects // #104 on Treat at 18th // Doors at 7pm
$5 suggested donation (all are welcome)