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MOVIE NIGHT: Frozen

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Do you want to build a snowman? Winter has come and what better way to celebrate than with Frozen on the big screen!

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Snow Queen,” Frozen is the 2013 American computer-animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film depicts a princess who sets off on a journey alongside an iceman, his reindeer, and a snowman to find her estranged sister, whose icy powers have inadvertently trapped their kingdom in eternal winter.

Before the movie, meet and take pictures with some special friends. Costumes are encouraged, but not necessary to have a great time.


Reserve your free tickets to hold your spots. (Donations are welcome!)

 

“THE CALL OF CTHULHU” On Demand Virtual Screening

Watch The Call of Cthulhu, a film straight from the Carrollwood Cultural Center’s film studio, streaming October 22 through November 5.

The Call of Cthulhu promo posterThe Call of Cthulhu, originally written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1926 and serialized in the February issue of Weird Tales in 1928, follows the story of an unnamed protagonist (Craig Ruska) who stumbles upon the conspiracy of the ages. Through the discovery of odd and ancient pieces of artwork, tortured artists who are plagued with dreams of horror as well as dedicated and highly secretive cultists, he inadvertently finds himself tangled in a web of mystery and horror all aimed in one direction: The long-forgotten “dead and dreaming” Cthulhu.

Adapted for film by Mackley Fogarty, Kyle Brady, and Brian Petkash, and directed by Mackley Fogarty, The Call of Cthulhu features several local actors including Craig Ruska, Benjamin Gregory, Pete Zalizniak, Diego Rosado, Keith Eisenstadt, Jessica Duncan, Terry LaRosa, Hippie Griswold, Mary Lee Bellis, Christopher Kadonsky-Grant, Natasha Infante, and Bill DeMare.

Produced from start to finish at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, The Call of Cthulhu is a continuation of the Center’s new film program that started during the COVID-19 shutdown.


Online Access: $10

 

Donate IconRemember to “Round It Up” and make a donation to the Center’s Operating Fund. Consider making a donation when registering for classes or purchasing tickets. Your donation can be as simple as rounding your total to the nearest five or ten dollars — or whatever amount you wish to give. Thank you for your contribution!

 

“THE CALL OF CTHULHU” Film Premiere

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Straight from the Carrollwood Cultural Center’s film studio comes The Call of Cthulhu, premiering for the first time on October 15.  Red Carpet at 7 p.m. followed by the screening at 8 p.m.

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The Call of Cthulhu, originally written by H.P. Lovecraft in 1926 and serialized in the February issue of Weird Tales in 1928, follows the story of an unnamed protagonist (Craig Ruska) who stumbles upon the conspiracy of the ages. Through the discovery of odd and ancient pieces of artwork, tortured artists who are plagued with dreams of horror as well as dedicated and highly secretive cultists, he inadvertently finds himself tangled in a web of mystery and horror all aimed in one direction: The long-forgotten “dead and dreaming” Cthulhu.

Adapted for film by Mackley Fogarty, Kyle Brady, and Brian Petkash, and directed by Mackley Fogarty, The Call of Cthulhu features several local actors including Craig Ruska, Benjamin Gregory, Pete Zalizniak, Diego Rosado, Keith Eisenstadt, Jessica Duncan, Terry LaRosa, Hippie Griswold, Mary Lee Bellis, Christopher Kadonsky-Grant, Natasha Infante, and Bill DeMare.

Produced from start to finish at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, The Call of Cthulhu is a continuation of the Center’s new film program that started during the COVID-19 shutdown.


Red Carpet: 7 p.m. / Screening: 8 p.m.

Tickets: $10

 

Donate IconRemember to “Round It Up” and make a donation to the Center’s Operating Fund. Consider making a donation when registering for classes or purchasing tickets. Your donation can be as simple as rounding your total to the nearest five or ten dollars — or whatever amount you wish to give. Thank you for your contribution!