Virtual Film

Virtual Film

More About Virtual Film

We miss seeing you at the movies! While the John & Nancy Hughes Theater is closed for the time being, we thought we would bring you the next best thing–virtual theater.
Documentary Film available for viewing. 3-5 day rentals.
Bacurau (Nighthawk)
Eating Up Easter
RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Posted By: Gorton Community Center



Event Details

Date: May 30, 2020


This event also occurs on 05/31/2020

Location:
Virtual
400 East Illinois Ave
Lake Forest IL 60045

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Contact:
Leslie Lord
847-234-6060
leslie@gortoncenter.org


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