About Film Trivia Night:
On Thursday, November 2nd, 2017, the Coolidge Corner Theatre will host its first-ever Film Trivia Fundraiser Night. Over 200 supporters and friends will gather at the Theatre for an evening of drinks, dinner, and movie trivia.
All proceeds from this event will directly benefit the nonprofit Coolidge Corner Theatre Foundation, which supports:
• Curated film programming you can’t see elsewhere
• Educational programs, including classes and post-screening panel discussions
• Our Access Fund, which provides tickets to school groups, low-income residents,
and organizations such as the West End House
• Our Inclusion Fund, which supports accessibility to all patrons, e.g., Deaf and
Hard of Hearing and Visually Impaired
• Maintaining the beauty and infrastructure of our historic Art Deco theater
About Coolidge Corner Theatre:
With a rich 84-year history of bringing cinematic excellence to the Boston area, the
Coolidge Corner Theatre is a restored art deco movie palace and nonprofit cultural
institution located in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Nationally recognized as one of America’s premier specialty film venues, the Coolidge is
dedicated to building community through film culture. The Coolidge serves over 225,000
patrons a year and has over 3,900 members. We champion first-run independent films
and curate special programs that introduce classic films to new audiences. Recent event
highlights include Q&As with filmmakers Laura Poitras (Risk), Errol Morris (The B-Side),
Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester by the Sea), and actresses Jane Fonda (Coolidge Award
recipient) and Liv Ullmann (50th anniversary screening of Persona). We have also hosted
red carpet premieres for films such as Black Mass and Spotlight.
The Coolidge has developed a wide range of programing to reach all sectors of the
community, including: Big Screen Classics, After Midnite, Senior Matinees, Talk Cinema,
Science on Screen, Cinema Jukebox, OnStage @ the Coolidge, The Sounds of Silents,
Kids’ Shows, Rewind!, Box Office Babies, and adult education film classes. We support
emerging and established filmmakers through our Boston Open Screen and Coolidge
Shorts programs. For more information, please visit coolidge.org.