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With a winning vote total of 101 votes, Groundhog Day beat out runner ups Sound of Music (81 votes) and Mamma Mia (80 votes) to win honors as the movie shown at the Sundown Cinema 2012 finale. Grab some friends and come on out with us and close out our 9th season of movies with a bang!
If you're signed up for the Downtown Campbell mailing list, but not the Sundown Cinema mailing list, please also sign up for the Sundown Cinema specific mailing list. Use the signup form on the right hand side of this page to get on our mailing list. In the future, we'll be making more regular announcements to our fans.
Sundown Cinema is a popular outdoor movie series in Downtown Campbell that takes place on Friday nights over the course of the summer. Entering its ninth year running, Sundown Cinema is a part of Campbell culture that has remained true to its founding as a movie series organized by the community for the community. From its start, it has been independently organized by volunteers, staffed by volunteers, and paid for through audience donations and sponsorships from local businesses and organizations.
Sundown Cinema is free for all to enjoy, but donations are greatly appreciated and needed to keep the series going. Even though we're volunteer powered, it still costs an average of $500 per night to pay for movie royalties and other costs. If you have the financial means to do so, please put some money in the donations jar and help us keep the movies rolling.
All movies will be shown in the parking lot next to Orchard Valley Coffee near N. Central Ave and E. Campbell Ave. Start times will depend on when the sun sets.
The parking lot opens at 6:30pm and shows begin between 8 and 9pm, once it's dark enough to see the movie. Don't forget to bring a chair and a blanket!
Sundown Cinema 2012 is being produced by members of the socialwave.net online community with support from the Downtown Campbell Business Association.