Thursday, August 09, 2012

Bluetopia Screening

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We got an email from Tim Marx, producer/director of BLUETOPIA:

The Craft and Folk Art Museum on Wilshire Blvd in LA currently has an exhibit called BASEBALL: The All American Game. It’s a wonderful exhibit with lots of unique and interesting baseball memorabilia that you will find interesting.

As part of the exhibit’s celebration of America’s love affair with baseball they will be screening the movie Bluetopia: The LA Dodgers Movie. The screening will be on Thursday August 16th at 7:00pm at the museum (5814 Wilshire Blvd LA 90036 – on "museum mile").

The movie tells the tale of the 2008 Dodger season and highlights not only the team (Joe Torre’s first season, the debut of Clayton Kershaw, the dramatic arrival of Manny Ramirez, the sweep of the Cubs in the playoffs before the dramatic series with the Phillies, and on and on) but many incredible fans as well, showing their dedication to the team.

I hope you can attend this screening and feel free to bring other Dodger fan friends as well. The screening is free with your paid admission ($7) to the museum. You can come early to tour the exhibit or stay after the screening is over to enjoy it as well.

I hope to see you on the 16th. As the flyer suggests, please RSVP to

If you haven't yet seen BLUETOPIA, this sounds like a perfect way to experience it.


Bobby said...

This sounds rad. My office is just down the street so I'll be there for sure.

The Craft and Folk Art Museum is kitty corner to The Counter that does a good happy hour from 4-7.

Maybe there could be a meet up warm up?

Orel said...

This will be a check-in thread. If you're going, let us know here!

Franklin Stubbs said...

I may go for the screening, but I won't be able to make it out earlier for festivities.