August 13, 2016

Tampa Summer Classics Series Includes Three Lorre Films

The Tampa Theatre’s annual Summer Classics Movie Series continues with a showing of M (1931) on Sunday, August 14, 2016. And stay tuned at the Tampa Theatre – as The Maltese Falcon (1941) and Casablanca (1942) join the line-up later in August and September.

Peter Lorre’s movies will be shown on the following dates and times ~
  • M – Sunday, Aug. 14 – 3 pm
  • The Maltese Falcon – Sunday, Aug. 28 – 3 pm
  • Casablanca – Sunday, Sept. 18 – 3 pm
Casablanca brings the series to a close on a very special note – the Tampa Theatre’s 15th annual WineFest. The cinema’s biggest fundraising event, the three-day WineFest called "Caskablanca" will take place over Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 16, 17, and 18, 2016, including wine-tastings, a wine-pairing dinner, and finally, the showing of Casablanca on Sunday, followed by local newspaper film critics Steve Persall and Bob Ross taking the stage for Film Talk, a 45-minute discussion of Casablanca and audience Q and A session.

Admission for any film in the Classic Series films is $10 for all General Admission seats, and $8 for Tampa Theatre members. Tickets may be purchased at the box office 30 minutes before the first show of the day. Tickets may also be purchased online through the Tampa Theatre website. Click the “Buy Tickets” button beside each film. A $2 convenience fee will be added to any online ticket purchase.

Special ticketing is available for the WineFest weekend. More information for this event is available on the Tampa Theatre’s website.

The Tampa Theatre is located at 711 Franklin Street in downtown Tampa, Florida.

Parking is available in the lot beside the cinema, as well as meters along the street. More information on parking, as well as directions to the Tampa Theatre, are available on the cinema’s website.

For more information, please call the Tampa Theatre at (813) 274-8286.

The Summer Classic Movies series is presented at the Tampa Theatre by the Bank of America, with media support from WEDU-PBS.

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