Baltimore’s new CinéBistro movie theater is launching its New York Film Critics Series this month, a recurring event offering advance looks at independent films that, in many cases, will not otherwise be shown in local theaters.
The inaugural offering for local audiences will be a May 24 fundraiser for Baltimore School for the Arts and a special screening of The Drowning, a psychological drama starring Baltimore’s own Josh Charles and Tracie Thoms, as well as Julia Stiles.
Audiences will enjoy a special pre-screening cocktail and hors d’ouvres reception, followed by an exclusive screening of this acclaimed film. All proceeds from the $50 admission price will benefit Baltimore School for the Arts and help fill the gap left from the 2017-18 budget cuts from Baltimore City Public Schools System. You may purchase tickets here.