Steven Spielberg Launches American Film Institute's Movie Club


The population may not be able to visit theatres for the foreseeable future, but whilst we all have to stay at home, we can still watch movies on DVD and streaming services. Cue Steven Spielberg, who last week, launched the AFI Movie Club.
To kick off the movie club, on March 31, Spielberg announced the 1939 classic, 'The Wizard of OZ'. This was followed by 'Moulin Rouge', the following day.

Everyday AFI is announcing a new movie to be watched, some of which will have special guests to introduce them on AFI.com and social media. According to the official site, "The daily film selections will be supported by fun facts, family discussion points and exclusive material from the AFI Archive to enrich the viewing experience. Audiences can continue the conversation online using the hashtag #AFIMovieClub."

The film club seems like the perfect opportunity to sit down and watch some of history's greatest movies. When the last time you sat down to watch classics like, 'To Kill a Mockingbird' or 'Some Like it Hot'? 

The movie club has the tagline "movies to watch together while we're apart," and you can join in now!

To find out more head over to the official movie club site.

Catch the launch video below:




 Source: slashfilm.com

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