This is heavy: Harkins Valley Art hosts free screening of Back to the Future

It was October 25, 1985 that Marty McFly inadvertently traveled back in time and began his space-time continuum adventures with his pal “Doc” Brown. It’s now 27 years later and to celebrate that infamous date, the Harkins Valley Art Theater in Tempe is holding a FREE screening of the first Back to the Future film.

The attending audience will be treated to a post-screening discussion (hosted by Chris Lamont, founder of the Phoenix Film Festival) about Back to the Future’s Director, Robert Zemeckis, whose newest filmFLIGHT opens in theaters on November 2, 2012.

This October 25, Back to the Future screening is free and open to the general public. Tickets are available at the link below, while supplies last. Seating is first-come, first-served and attendees are encouraged to arrive early as seating is not guaranteed.

What: Back to the Future Screening
Where: Harkins Valley Art Theater
When: Thursday, October 25th 2012, 7:00 p.m.

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Bob Leeper

Bob Leeper is the co-owner and manager of "Arizona’s Pop Culture and Alternative Art Network," Evermore Nevermore. He is the co-creator of the pop culture events Steampunk Street and ENCREDICON, and is a member of the Phoenix Film Critics Society. He also curates the Facebook fan site The Arizona Cave – AZ Fans of Edgar Rice Burroughs, and is one of the few brave and bold fans of Jar Jar Binks.