USA | 141 mins | NR | DCP | Dir. Damien Chazelle
A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969 - iMDB
"In making the story intimate, closely-focused, and human-oriented, Chazelle reminds us in First Man just what an amazing accomplishment walking on the moon was." - Katie Walsh (Nerdist)
Note to Attendees: Due to high interest in our free advance screenings, the venue will fill to full seating capacity. Once we reach capacity, no additional admissions will be allowed. For this reason, we will be strictly enforcing our "first-come, first-served" policy for these screenings. There will be no saving of seats in the venue or spots in line. If you wish to be seated as a group, all parties must arrive and wait in line together once your entire group is present (we will not allow people to cut ahead in line to meet up with others already waiting). No recording devices are allowed in the venue and all phones must be fully powered down before entering the venue. Security will be in place for this screening. To help us speed up the line, please try to leave backpacks and other large bags at home and fill all available seats in the venue. Coats and bags must be placed under seats, as we will fill every available seat. Thank you for your understanding!
- Closed Captions Available
- Visually Impaired Audio Description Available
- Assisted Listening Device Amplification Available
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