JUNE 30th, 7pm, SF PREMIERE, ROXIE CINEMA
Welcome to the real Armageddon!
Hollywood may rely on Bruce Willis to save the world in Armageddon, but who are the real-life heroes seeking to save humanity from the next major asteroid impact?
Screening & evening chaired by Alexander Rose, Executive Director Long Now Foundation
3117 16th St,
San Francisco, CA 94103, United States
Roxie Cinema, San Francisco, TUESDAY 30th June at 19:00 ( World Asteroid Day )
also featuring Project Manager, Annette Rodrigues and Contributors, Apollo 9 Astronaut Rusty Schweickart, Dr David Morrison, Dr Margaret Race, Dr Peter Jenniskens & Dr Seth Shostak from The SETI Institute.
ABOUT ROXIE CINEMA:
The Roxie Theater is a movie theater at 3117 16th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco built in 1909. It is also known as the Roxie Cinema or just The Roxie. The oldest continuously operating movie theater in San Francisco, the Roxie opened its doors as the C. H. Brown Theater in 1909, and was owned and operated as the Poppy Theater from 1912 to 1916 by Philip H. Doll, a local jeweler and watchmaker.