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Syriana special event


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    THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 8:00 PM--AFI AWARDS Screening Series presented by Audi at the ArcLight Theatres in Hollywood
    2005 126 MIN 35MM
    DIR/SCR Stephen Gaghan based on the novel See No Evil: The True Story of a Foot Soldier in the CIA's Counter Terrorism War by Robert Baer CAST George Clooney, Jeffrey Wright, Matt Damon, Chris Cooper, Alexander Siddig

    Winner of a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor (George Clooney), SYRIANA is a complex and intelligent political thriller that demands its audience becomes an active participant, compelling us to think--and to think globally. In a year when the United States' reliance on oil bubbled up and into the headlines, Stephen Gaghan and his creative ensemble have masterfully woven together a number of plotlines that could each have been a film in itself. The result is a masterwork of storytelling, where each scene leaves your heart racing and your mind engaged.

    Q&A to follow screening with Oscar(R) and Golden Globe winning writer/director Stephen Gaghan.

    AFI at ArcLight
    Tickets are $11, $10 for ArcLight, AFI and Skirball members, including $2 parking for four hours. To order advance tickets, go to, call 323.464.4226 or visit ArcLight Hollywood's box office at 6360 W Sunset Blvd. (at Ivar). Admission prices may vary depending on event.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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