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Movies at the MAH: Hearts Beat Loud

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Saturday, September 19, 2020,
8pm - 9pm

Abbott Square

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Support the MAH

Catch movies under the stars out in Abbott Square with a new ongoing film series created in collaboration with Westside Video, the Diversity Center, and the Watsonville Film Festival.

Throughout the fall we’ll be screening films that inspire and connect to help us grow through this moment together. So grab a drink or snack at Abbott Square and join us outdoors for this ongoing series.

For our first screening, we’ve teamed up with Westside Video to present Hearts Beat Loud, a feel-good family drama about a community coming together through creativity and music.

Space is limited to the first 100 attendees to allow for adequate physical distancing on the patio. There is no pre-registration required, drop-by when you can but if possible, we recommend you arrive early to ensure you have a seat.

Stay tuned for more upcoming film listings this fall.

Watch the Trailer

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Hearts Beat Loud

Widower and aging Brooklyn hipster Frank starts a band with his teenage daughter Sam just before she leaves home to attend college in California. When a song of theirs finds success online, it complicates Frank's attempts to let go of his dreams of stardom and allow his daughter to find her own path in life.

  • Rating: PG-13 (for some drug references and brief language)
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Runtime: 97 minutes

How to Attend Events Safely

  • Do not enter if you have a cough, fever, or are sick.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Maintain a minimum of 6ft distance between you and others
  • Wear a face covering at all times.
  • Do not shake hands or engage in any unnecessary physical contact.

En Español:

19 de septiembre de 2017 un potente terremoto sacude a México y los niños de uno de los poblados más afectados aprenden a sublimar el trauma a través de su mundo poético interior y los colores de la pintura. En San Gregorio Atlapulco, Xochimilco, la creación de comunidad por medio del arte nos muestra que cuando se abre la tierra también se abren nuestros corazones. (En español con subtítulos en inglés, 29 min)

MELISSA ELIZONDO es una multipremiada documentalista mexicana egresada del Centro Universitario de Estudios Cinematográficos de la UNAM y de la Licenciatura en Ciencias de la Comunicación por la Universidad Tecnológica de México. Ha trabajado en diversos proyectos artísticos, dirigido documentales y cortometrajes de ficción. Como directora se enfoca en los derechos humanos de los Pueblos Originarios, de la niñez y la igualdad de género.

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Related Exhibition

Opening Friday, September 4th in the Secret Garden behind Abbott Square, visit the outdoor exhibition to learn how we can build a community of collective care rooted in empathy, equity, accountability, and mutual support.