IBJ Night at the Movies

April 28, 2008
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I’m going to be out of town later this week, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be part of another IBJ Night at the Movies in my absence.

This time, it’s the critically praised documentary “Young @ Heart,” sneak previewing Thursday at Keystone Art Cinema. And I’m jealous I can’t be there.

You may have seen the film—concerning a group of senior citizens who perform such songs as The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go” and Colplay’s “Fix You—discussed on “The Today Show” and “CBS Sunday Morning” recently. And you’ll be hearing much more once it goes into full release.

So here’s a chance to be among the first to see it here in Indy.
Since time is short, we’re not going to have you e-mail in to claim tickets. Instead, we’ve got 50 passes available for pick up at the IBJ front desk (41 E. Washington St.,  2nd floor). Each pass is good for two people but we can only give one pass per person.

Read and see more on the film here. I'll let you know on Tuesday's blog if all the passes have been claimed.
  • I just saw this film yesterday as part of the Indianapolis International Film Festival, and it was amazing. I highly recommend taking advantage of this offer, as the Film Festival will not have any more showings of this film. Be prepared to experience a full range of emotions, it will leave you wanting to call parents and grandparents to tell them 'I Love You'.
  • Erika,
    Thanks for the endorsement.
    What else have you seen at the festival?

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