Phyllis Walbye Film Series

Wednesday, December 6
7 pm

In what has been speculated as possibly the most subversive film the Coen Brothers have ever made, the story takes place in 1961 New York City, following folk singer Llewyn Davis  as he struggles against seemingly insurmountable obstacles to make a name for himself in the music world.

Starring: Oscar Isaac
2013, 1 hour 50 minutes
RATED: R

Tickets: $6
    All ticketing fees are included in the list price

** Members can purchase tickets beginning Tuesday, July 25th at 12:30 pm.
***Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Tuesday, August 1st at 12:30 pm

 

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Phyllis Walbye served as the arts and entertainment editor for the Loveland Reporter-Herald for over 30 years and was an avid supporter of Loveland’s various performing arts organizations. In 2001, the Rialto Theater Center and Phyllis joined forces in an effort to bring under-recognized films to Loveland. Phyllis passed away in 2008, but the film series has continued on in honor of its namesake with special screenings of award-winning and critically-acclaimed films.