Before he was pugilist Adonis Johnson in CREED or supervillain Killmonger in the global phenomenon BLACK PANTHER, Michael B. Jordan was just Oscar Grant, a young Bay-area resident whose life changes over
the course of a single day in Ryan Coogler's FRUITVALE STATION, screening this Friday at The Video Underground. A modern bio-drama like few others, FRUITVALE STATION is both the first Coogler/Jordan feature and a film that resonates as clearly and strongly as ever.
Doors are at 7:30 p.m., show starts at 8 p.m.
For the general public, screening reservations must be obtained in advance of the listed door time. RSVPs can be done via phone, email, or social media contacts. PLEASE contact the store directly for ticket info, as marking "attend" on this event may not guarantee admission.
Tickets for standard screenings are $5, double-features are $7, and admission to all other screenings and events will be listed on event notifications. Those seeking to attend half of a double feature event will be charged $5.
For those of you who are already part of our media subscription services, you may already have complimentary screening packages built into your active memberships. RSVP prior to show time is still required.
Seating is limited, so reserving seats well in advance is recommended.
For a number of reasons, no outside food or drink is allowed at this time (drinks/snacks bar will be available up to the start of the show).