Win Tickets to Landmark's Classics Series
Atlanta's Midtown Art Cinema launched a seven-week Classics Series on Tuesday, screening Wim Wenders' 1974 release "Alice in the Cities" to a full audience. His fourth film—the first in his On the Road trilogy—wove post-war national identity crises and technology-fueled criticism of the American Dream together with a two-faced coming-of-age narrative.
Over the next six weeks, our local Landmark theatre will screen "Kings of the Road" (1977), "The American Friend" (1977), "Tokyo-Ga" (1985), "Paris, Texas" (1984), "Wings of Desire" (1988), and "Until the End of the World" (1991). Each week, ATLFS social media followers will receive a chance to claim two (2) free tickets to that week's screening!