Thanksgiving Coit Tower Outdoor Film Screening
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Submitted by the Event Organizer
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Native American Occupation of Alcatraz in 1969, video projections will take place on the huge surface of Coit Tower viewable from many points in the city. This annual outdoor cinematic event takes place on Thanksgiving evening starting at dusk.
Event also takes place on Wednesday November 25th at dusk with accompanying live remote radio broadcast on KPOO 89.5FM. Radio broadcast does not take place on Thursday.
The projection will use two 12000 lumen projectors that will cast an illuminated moving image sequence onto the surface of the 210 foot tower from two separate vantage points, covering an area of 270 degrees from the West to the North-East portions of Coit Tower and live remote broadcast from viewing areas.
When: November 25th & 26th, 2009, dusk to 7 am
Where: Coit Tower, Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, CA, and broadcast on KPOO 89.5 FM (online at www.coitlive.com and ohloneprofiles.org)
Viewable from: Pier 31, Fisherman’s Wharf, Pioneer Park, Grant St. & Greenwich St, Washington Sq. Park
Tags: Coit Tower, Film, History, Movies, Odd & Weird, Political Activism, Telegraph Hill
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