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Hitchcock Movie Movie Nights

Agora Foundation and Ojai Valley Brewery & Winery
Hitchcock Monday Movie Nights

FREE! Monday Nights — Ojai Valley Brewery & Winery307 Bryant Street in Ojai

June 26 - August 28 — 8:00-10:00PM - COMPLETED

The Agora Foundation and the Ojai Valley Brewery & Winery are teaming up to host Hitchcock Summer Movie Nights! Films begin at 7:30PM. Purchase your food and beverages onsite and no reservations required. Fantastic films in our fantastic community... what could be better?

Alfred Hitchcock (13 August 1899 – 29 April 1980) is widely regarded as one of the most influential figures in the history of cinema. In a career spanning six decades, he directed over 50 feature films. The "Hitchcockian" style includes the use of editing and camera movement to mimic a person's gaze, thereby turning viewers into voyeurs, and framing shots to maximize anxiety and fear. Hitchcock shaped modern cinema, which would be utterly different without him. His flair was for narrative, cruelly withholding crucial information (from his characters and from us) and engaging the emotions of the audience like no one else.

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CRAFT BREWERY & WINERY
TASTING ROOM CLUB HOUSE

307 Bryant Street in Ojai

 

* FOOD From Munchy Melt Grilled Cheese and Pastrami Sandwiches
 

- These films are geared to adults. Children not recommended.
 

- Delivery & Outside Food Welcome!
 

- Beer, Wine, Kombucha & Soft Drinks.
 

- Fully Heated Outdoor Patio.
 

- Open Pool Table, Chess, Cards, & Corn Hole.
 

- Live Music Friday & Saturday Nights.
 

- Cans and Growlers To Go.
 

- No Reservation necessary.
 

- Large Groups Welcome.
 

- Find us at the end of the Ojai Bike Path!

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Series Schedule

June 26 – The Birds

July 3 – Rope

July 10 – Rear Window

July 17 – The 39 Steps

July 24 – The Lady Vanishes

July 31 – Psycho

August 7 – Shadow of a Doubt

August 14 – Dial M for Murder

August 21 – Vertigo

August 28 – North by Northwest

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