Watch the Red Carpet from the Whitefire at Valley Film Festival's Oscar Watching Party
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for The Valley Film Festival Oscar Party have expired.
The last date listed for The Valley Film Festival Oscar Party was Sunday February 26, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Buried Child, the powerfully mysterious play that won Sam Shepard a 1979 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, is a darkly comic meditation on the theme of "You can't go home again." The story begins when 20-something Vince decides to bring his girlfriend back to his family's decaying farm. A sweet idea, but there's a hitch: No one "back home" -- neither his folks nor his grandparents -- seems to remember him. Eviscerating Rockwell-ian notions of American rural life, the play oozes with a spookiness that takes a long while to shake off. Buried Child is a bona fide classic masterfully conveying the mystical, cannibalistic pull of family ties even as they unravel. Learn More
Wine, beer, champagne and cocktails will be served with donations requested. Lap children ages 3 years old and younger are free.
2:00pm: Cinematic Cocktails and Red Carpet
4:00pm B-I-N-G-O and live broadcast
Mayhem and more until 11:59pm
About the Ticket Supplier: The Valley Film Festival
The Valley Film Festival (VFF) is a non-profit project of Community Partners, is the first San Fernando Valley film festival launched to bring together established filmmakers, emerging talent, and their audiences on the studio backlot — just North of Hollywood.
The premier showcase for the best new work by Valley residents, American and international independent filmmakers, VFF provides audiences with opportunities to discover today’s contemporary and avant-garde films.
Founded in 2000, VFF has been showcasing cinema so independent it can only be found in L.A.‘s San Fernando Valley. It’s so (818). Totally.