This Season’s Films

August 23 at 07:00 PM

Invasion of the Body Snatchers 

Directed by: Philip Kaufman :: USA
In English
Horror/Sci Fi :: Rated PG :: 115 minutes

SCREAM contest features All Star judges at Screen On The Green!

Join us for an evening of fun and film under the stars as Bozeman Film Society's "Screen on the Green" returns to the Emerson's west lawn on Saturday, August 23rd. SOG:14 takes a scarier, more mature-themed turn this summer, featuring the wonderfully chilling 1978 Sci-Fi remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers. A thriller about seed pods from outer space coming to Earth and taking over people's bodies, you'll want to leave the little ones at home and book a date night with your teens and twenty-somethings to experience the clone invasion together. Directed by Don Siegel in its original 1956 version, and by Philip Kaufman in this latter version, the cast includes Donald Sutherland, Brooke Adams, Veronica Cartwright, Leonard Nimoy, Lelia Goldoni, a very young Jeff Goldblum, as well as an uncredited appearance by Robert Duvall.

Beginning at 7pm enjoy fresh popcorn from Kaleidoscope Theater, the Rendezvous Food Truck, Red Tractor Pizza, Zebra Beer Garden and Roost "Genuine" Ice Cream. KTVM Newscaster Lauren Maschmedt will open the evening and then join our Celebrity All-Star judges panel for an incredible "SCREAM on the Green" contest at 8PM! Practice your scary scales and compete for a chance awe your friends and win fabulous prizes and Judges assisting Maschmedt include Symphony Conductor Matthew Savery, movie Casting Director Tina Buckingham, public radio's Chrysti the Wordsmith, KMMS "The Moose" DJ Michelle Wolf and MT Shakespeare In The Parks Artistic Director Kevin Asselin. The movie starts at 9pm, so bring your blankets or low-back chairs, leave the pooches home and arrive early for a great evening with friends on the Emerson's west lawn.

This free event is made possible by Bozeman Film Society volunteers and generous season sponsors. In case of rain or slime the film will move inside to the Crawford Theater.