See “Spotlight,”the film about the Boston Globe’s exposé of the Catholic Church pedophile cover up, before it opens to the general public!
WHAT: Sneak preview of “Spotlight” with the Headline Club!
WHEN: Monday, Nov. 2 at 7p.m.
WHERE: Lake Street Screening Room, 70 E Lake St. on the 16th floor
TICKETS: Buy your tickets ahead of time here!
Headline Club members + 1 guest, $10 each
New members, FREE with paid membership before or at the screening! Please bring receipt to show as proof.
“It’s the ‘All the President’s Men’ for the 21st century,” says Dann Gire, Headline Club board member, Chicago Film Critics Association president, and Daily Herald movie reviewer.
Boston Globe editor Robby Robinson sat on their story about the Catholic Church’s pedophile cover-up until a final “i” got dotted, even though a rival newspaper was about to stumble over the story, rendering months of work at the Globe a waste.
“Spotlight” opens in theaters Nov. 6.
Open Road has decided to push all of the members of its large ensemble — among them Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdams, Liev Schreiber and Stanley Tucci — in the supporting categories for the Oscars.