Cave of Forgotten Dreams - Werner Herzog in person @ The Natural History Museum Tomorrow Night 4.23.

Werner Herzog in person, members-only screening at the Natural History Museum.

Co-presented by Cinespia & First Fridays at The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, in association with History Films, Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, Dublab, Levi's Film Workshop & MOCA

NOTE: Cinefamily member RSVPs to this event are temporarily closed. Your RSVP does NOT guarantee you a ticket. RSVP confirmations will be given to Cinefamily members ONLY, for a limited time. One RSVP per member (no +1s). RSVP will call tickets will be made available at the Natural History Museum at 4p, April 23rd. IMPORTANT: At 5p (30 min. before showtime), if you HAVE NOT picked up your RSVP will call ticket, IT WILL BE RELEASED to the standby waiting list.

Even though the screening of Cave of Forgotten Dreams is currently only available to Cinefamily members, all are welcome to the FREE closing night party, featuring multiple bands, DJs like Dntel (courtesy of Dublab), and general entry into the Museum and bar. Special musical guests for the evening TBA as well.

Join Cinefamily for the closing night party of their "Art In The Streets" series at the Natural History Museum, by celebrating the oldest form of street art ever recorded! Werner Herzog's brand-new documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams gives you exclusive access inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. Putting modern 3-D technology to a profound use, Cave transports you back in time over 30,000 years!

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90007

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams from Nate Calloway on Vimeo.

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