Cinevangelist: A Life in Revival Film (2018)

Baltimore’s underground film scene of the 1960s. The Orson Welles Cinema in Cambridge during the early ’70s. Baltimore’s celebrated Charles Theatre in the ’80s and the Orpheum Cinema during the ’90s.

All of these theaters had one thing — and one man, really — in common. That would be George Figgs. From appearing in multiple John Waters films to his work curating and projecting so many films, you won’t find many that have such a true love of film and a commitment to sharing it.

In just 25 short minutes, you’ll learn so much about how revival cinemas started, where they are and where they’re going. Honestly, this could have been 25 hours long and I would have soaked up every moment. I strongly advise you to check this out.

You can learn more at Kino Lorber and on the official Facebook page. To watch this, just head to Kino Now.

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