|December 8, 2018|
Flying saucers, FBI agents, and a time machine meet up at the Integratron, a mid-century mystery dome in the desert that serves as a touchstone for all things alternative. In the 1950s, George Van Tassel, a confidante of Howard Hughes, uses alien guidance and Nikola Tesla’s ideas to build a time machine.
“Provocative… finds no shortage of cooperative family members, historians, conspiracy theorists, healers and artists (singer Eric Burdon among them) in an area long associated with off-the-grid living.” – Los Angeles Times
“Most appealing is the film’s mixture of California post-War history, cults and a tinge of science fiction — an intriguing combination of elements that make it a winner.” -Film Threat
“The desert inspired Van Tassel with the dream of one day achieving a paradise of universal love in outer space….these days, that doesn’t sound insane at all.” – Boston Globe
“Riveting…Enthralling…A fascinating glimpse back to a thrilling moment – the excitement that came with the possibility of discovering alien life.” – BlackBook Magazine
Runtime: 77 minutes
Director: Jonathan Berman
Friday, December 7: 8:00
Saturday, December 8: 6:00
$11 General Admission / $8.50 Students & Seniors / $7.50 Members. Tickets available at box office or online.
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