Paging all our RomCom peeps:
D.C. APA Film has gone all over the world (okay just the D.C. area, specifically the NW) to bring you Taiwan’s blockbuster film Cape No. 7. This romantic comedy music-drama is the second-highest grossing film in the country’s history, second only to that boat movie directed by the dude who did Avatar. So we hope to see all of our RomCom fans Thursday, Oct. 13 at E Street Cinema.
The sponsor of this film, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) will be giving away special Centennial Pins commemorating the 100th birthday of the Republic of China. So come early if you want to get one of these collector pins. Wait, there’s more? D.C. APA Film will also raffle off some gift certificates after the screening. Really? Wow, this sounds like an incredibly fun night! This is the first of our Centerpiece films so you know it’s going to be good. Bring a date or come alone, it’ll be a great time!
Cape No. 7 is a fun, quirky romantic comedy filled with lively musical performances and real-life pop stars (Van sang the theme song in My Sassy Girl). It is sure to delight any audience. Click here for more info and to buy tickets!
PS: Hey single guys, you know there will be lots of gals for this one because they love romantic comedies. So wear some cool threads and come on down!
PSS: Hey single gals, you know there will be lots of cool guys wearing cool threads for this one because I told them to come. So wear a cute outfit and come on down!
Our second Centerpiece film on Thursday is The Fourth Portrait garage door broken boca raton will screen at 9:30 p.m. The Fourth Portrait is an atmospheric film with deliberate pacing and great cinematography, punctuated by light-hearted and side-splitting comedy. At times wistful and sad, the story of this spirited young boy is not easily forgotten.