photo by Triad Pro Photo

a/ mobile has concluded for 2021! Don’t worry, we’ll see you next year in 2022 with more fun outdoor screenings! If you want to partner on a screening or have the perfect location please reach out to a-mobile@aperturecinema.com

 

 

a/ mobile screened a total of 14 free and 8 discounted events around the community this year. The purchase of equipment for a/mobile was made possible by a grant from the Truist Foundation and an anonymous donor.

a/ mobile 2021: A Year in Outdoor Movies:

We partnered with Innovation Quarter to bring a series of family-friendly films that all featured strong female main characters on the Bailey Park lawn.

Arrival – 5.13.2021

 

Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi – 7.8.2021

Hidden Figures – 8.12.20.21

Labyrinth – 10.14.2021

We partnered with SECCA for a series of cult classics ranging in genres from action to animation to comedy with films like El Mariachi, Paprika, House Party, and Fast Times At Ridgemont High

Teaming up with MUSE Winston-Salem, we played films in collaboration with Winston-Salem organizations including Bookmarks and NorthStar LGBTQ Community Center. We also screened Goodbye Solo as part of our Luminaries series honoring Ramin Bahrani.

Miss Juneteenth

The Hate U Give

Moonlight

 

 

Goodbye Solo

 

 

 

Cat Video Festival 2021 @ Foothills Tasting Room

Thanks to Oscilloscope Laboratories, a/perture presented the annual Cat Video Festival to patrons on a lovely summer night.

To celebrate Fiesta 2021 with the Hispanic League, we presented the family soccer film, Mi Mundial for the Fiesta’s Cinema Under The Stars event.

We put on Gardening-Themed movie night with Greenfingers for patrons at the Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden in Kernersville, North Carolina with the help of Brooke Cashion & Associates, Allen Tate Realtors, State Farm, Walmart, Kevin Gugg, and Arbor Ridge Assisted Living of Kernersville.

We collaborated with The Delta Arts Center for a night of family fun on a crisp autumn night with the latest Pixar film, Soul.

Thanks to Preservation Forsyth, we were able to share two educational nights of Historic Winston-Salem cemeteries in danger of being forgotten with a night of tours of the cemeteries followed by a screening of the documentary, Unmarked.

Chop Shop @ Industry Hill

Industry Hill provided the perfect location for our inaugural Luminaries screening of Ramin Bahrani’s Chop Shop.