Petaluma Film Alliance Spring Series

Mike Traina of the Petaluma Film Alliance
Mike Traina of the Petaluma Film Alliance (Argus-Courier)

The Petaluma Film Alliance is launching its Spring Series. The weekly event blends digital screenings of new and classic films with live film expert interviews and peppy pre-show lectures by Film Alliance founder and film teacher Mike Traina. — all for a low entry of $6.

Included in the series are current Oscar nominees like Lady Bird, The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri as well as classics like The Apartment and Harold and Maude.

“The February screenings are usually pretty packed,” says Traina, “because the college community and the wider Petaluma community are interested in catching up on some of the Oscar films they haven’t seen yet.”

The series goes from February 7 to May 16. All events are held at the Carole L. Ellis Auditorium, on the SRJC Petaluma campus.

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