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This Weekend at the Packard Campus Theater (September 23 – 24, 2022)

This coming weekend at the Packard Campus Theater (19053 Mt. Pony Road / Culpeper, VA)

The Packard Campus Theater’s look at the “future” continues this weekend with the following films.

“Akira” (Friday, September 23, 2022; 7:30 pm)

Tokyo is all but destroyed in a third World War. What does it look like thirty years later? A Japanese anime film. Set in the year: 2019.

(Toho, 1989; color; 124 minutes)

 

 

 

 

“Tomorrowland” (Saturday, September 24, 2022; 2 pm)

A young boy leaves 1964 by being transported to Tomorrowland where not all goes well. Is Tomorrowland part of our past? Or is it part of our future?

(Disney, 2015; color, 130 minutes)

 

 

 

 

“Blade Runner” (Saturday, September 24, 2022; 7:30 pm)

Harrison Ford is police officer that must deal with replicants or are they humans? A dreary look at a future Los Angeles that is some ways hit the mark. Set in the year 2019.  In 1993, “Blade Runner” was added to the Library’s National Film Registry; to learn more about the film, click here.

(Warner Bros., 1982; color; 117 minutes)

 

 

 

 

More Info:  //www.loc.gov/programs/audio-visual-conservation/events-and-screenings/screenings/

 

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