Medical professionals will receive free admission to The Father, screening at The Tull Family Theater in Sewickley. The film, featuring Anthony Hopkins in a role he describes as his career favorite, follows a man facing the onset of dementia.
This opportunity is courtesy of The Tull Family Theater, with the support of UniFrance, and valid Monday, March 15, through Thursday, March 18, for any of the daily screenings or until all available admissions are given away.
Reservations are required, and medical personnel and those in college training programs who are interested in securing their complimentary admission need only to email the Theater at [email protected], stating the day and time of the show they would like to attend. One ticket per medical professional/student, please. An email confirmation will be sent and should be presented at the Theater.
Due to the 15% occupancy limitations (26 people in a screening room that seats 170), all others are advised to purchase tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. Showtimes are available on the Theater’s online calendar (https://www.thetullfamilytheater.org/films/the-father/). Proper usage of masks is required at the Theater except when guests are actively eating and drinking. Complete details on the Theater’s superior air quality, and additional filtration and purification systems are available here (https://www.thetullfamilytheater.org/reopening-what-to-expect/).
The Tull Family Theater is a film-driven arts organization with a mission of strengthening cultural, educational and entertainment experiences in the region northwest of Pittsburgh. This 501(c)(3) Pennsylvania nonprofit operates an independent cinema with two screening rooms and flexible event/performance space. Intentionally diverse programming offers new releases and independent, classic, documentary, educational and cultural films. Since opening in 2017, the Theater holds accessibility as its hallmark; outreach facilitates youth and seniors while sensory friendly options serve the special needs community. Live performances and public events encourage community engagement.
These activities are funded through box office revenues and generous donations from the Theater’s Sustaining Circle and more than 1,000 individual donors. Other supporters include: The Tull Family Foundation, Huntington Bank, Esmark and the Bouchard Family, the Raymond C. and Martha S. Suckling Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation, W.P. Snyder III Charitable Fund, Thomas Marshall Foundation, Lincoln Learning Solutions, A.J. and Sigismunda Palumbo Charitable Trust, Child Health Association of Sewickley, Science on Screen®, Sewickley Valley Community Fund and the Allegheny Regional Asset District.