January – May CBI will offer a series of great events for our members and friends.
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Event #3 Budapest Noir – Film & Filmmaker Q&A
Sunday, February 7, 2021 @ 11:30 AM
Zoom Discussion with the Director Éva Gardós
Budapest, 1936. A reporter investigates the murder of a prostitute, leading him into the underworld of 1930s pre-Nazi Hungary in this stylish thriller. A politically charged tale of corruption and betrayal, this rich mystery will leave audiences guessing until its surprising climax. Note: contains nudity. Filmmaker, Eva Gardos, will participate in a Q & A on Sunday, February. 7 at 4:00 p.m.
The film, Budapest Noir, will be available to view via a private link for four days preceding the Q & A on Sunday, Feb. 7th. Included with your ticket will be a *delivered snack box and a bottle of wine to enjoy while you watch the film. (Pick up at CBI or *delivery on Monterey Peninsula only)
Join us with or without a Snack Box & Wine. Cost – $ 40 Film with Q&A and snack box with a bottle of wine. $15 ticket – film and Q & A only.
Former CJFF 2020 ticket holders for this film and 2020 sponsors can receive free tickets and/or discounts. See the website for more details.
For ticket information, trailerand bio for Eva Gardos, visit www.carmeljff.org. Tickets may also be purchased through the CBI office at 831-624-2015 or email email@example.com.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Rabbi Bruce & Susan Greenbaum
Marsha & Brian Kelly