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The historic Lark Theater in downtown Larkspur will present, as part of their exciting 2019 programming a brand new series titled VIVA ESPAÑA! Five films about Spain's most celebrated artists. Ticket prices are $15 general admission, $10 students. For more ticket details visit : https://larktheater.net/movie-category/special-events/painters-and-poets-on-screen/
Each of the five films in the Viva España! series will screen twice, beginning January 8th through June 16th. They include:
Salvadore Dali: In Search of Immortality. Tuesday, January 8, 6:30 pm AND Sunday, January 13, 1 pm The life and inspirations of the great painter, Salvadore Dali.
Federico Garcia Lorca: Moons of New & Giant Moon. Tuesday, Jan. 29, 6:30 pm AND Sunday, February 3, 4 pm. One of Granada's most renowned authors and long considered Argentina's best playwright.
Murillo: The Last Journey. Tuesday, February 26, 6:30 pm AND Sunday, March 3,
1 pm A film about the Sevillian Baroque master painter, Murillo, known for one his most celebrated pieces, "The Young Beggar."
Sorollo: La Emoción del Natural. Tuesday, March 26, 6:30pm AND Sunday, March 31, 1 pm The great "master of light" painter is considered one of Spanish culture's great ambassadors.
Cervantes, The Search. Tuesday, June 11, 6:30pm AND Sunday, June 16, 1 pm
Historians unravel the secrets of the "hidden" tomb Cervantes, the greatest writer of the Spanish language.
"We are very pleased to present our brand new Viva España program series at the Lark, in Spanish (English subtitles) as part of next year's special events," said Lark Theater Executive Director, Ellie Mednick. "We feel we have a responsibility to our community to present this kind of special programming in Spanish."
Listed on the National
Register of Historic Places The Lark is one of only 50 single-screen Art Deco theaters still open and operating as a "movie house" in the United States. Built in 1940, the Theater anchors the north end of Larkspur's historic downtown district and is designated a Larkspur Heritage Building. The Lark's success is a model for small towns everywhere to save their rapidly disappearing local historic theaters, and with them, unique neighborhood experiences. The Town of Larkspur has become known for its restaurants, cafes and shopping along with plenty of FREE parking.