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The Samuel Project Movie Screening

Movie Screening: The Samuel Project
Oct 04 2018 | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Movie Screening: The Samuel Project

Event Details

When: Thursday, October 4, 2018, 7-9PM
Where: Springs Cinema & Taphouse, 5920 Roswell Rd Unit C-103, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Cost: Free*


Eli (Ryan Ochoa) gets to know his grandfather Samuel (Hal Linden) for the first time when he makes him the subject of an animated art project for school. Eli discovers that his Jewish grandfather, a San Diego dry cleaner, was heroically saved from Nazi capture in Germany by a young woman when he was a boy. Rated PG-13.


*Tickets sold out! At 6:55 pm, October 4th, we will release any empty seats to those present, in person at the theater. First come, first-served. No guarantee of seating.

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