Fishing Naked

David Ottertale (Bronson Pelletier of The Twilight Saga films) is a First Nation teenager living in a Colorado mountain community with his eccentric Native American grandmother (Elaine Miles of TV’sNorthern Exposure). He and his fishing buddy Rodney (Evan Williams of TV’s Degrassi: The Next Generation) long to drive the tourists away from their idyllic fly-fishing paradise, so they bring to life the legends of “Hairy Man” to frighten the unwanted visitors.

When they stumble upon two gorgeous girls (Elyse Levesque of Stargate Universe and The Twilight Saga’s Tinsel Korey) camping along the river, the foursome take the Bigfoot gags to the next level – from Sasquatch suits and YouTube pranks to a giant fake spaceship.

But the hoaxes soon get out of hand and their plan starts to backfire, attracting attention rather than scaring off the tourists. As TV crews, the FBI, and even an extraterrestrial visitor descend upon their pristine mountain community, the pranksters are quick to respond be best way they know how… they get stoned and go fishing. And while the media circus descends upon them, flirtatious sparks start to fly.

Thanks to generous support from friends of the movie, Tampa Theatre is able to offer a limited number of complimentary tickets to this special screening. Just visit and use the Group Code TAMPA to reserve your tickets. Please read all instructions on the reservation site carefully to ensure successful delivery of your tickets!


Dior and I

Dior and I brings the viewer inside the storied world of the Christian Dior fashion house with a privileged, behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Raf Simons’ first haute couture collection as its new artistic director—a true labor of love created by a dedicated group of collaborators and pulled together in only eight weeks. Melding the everyday, pressure-filled components of fashion with mysterious echoes from the iconic brand’s past, the film also serves as a colorful homage to the seamstresses who serve Simons’ vision.

Besides Raf – filmed at some of his most emotional moments leading up to the debut of the collection – the film also features Hollywood A-listers like Sharon Stone, Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard as themselves. According to director Frédéric Tcheng, “The house of Dior is a storied world where managers, artists, and workers collaborate on a daily basis to create a vision and I consider the film to be an ensemble piece. Through immersing the viewer in the world of Dior and revealing the extraordinary effort required to produce a collection, I hoped the film would ultimately reveal a cross section of Parisian life.”

But who is the “I,” in the title Dior and I? Says Tcheng, “I strived to keep the answer open to many possibilities.”


I’m Still Here

Elaine Paige from the Royal Albert Hall: A 50th Anniversary Celebration

The incomparable Elaine Paige brings her sell-out Farewell Concert from the Royal Albert Hall to the big screen. Filmed for cinema, the concert features the BBC Concert Orchestra, with Elaine performing the highlights of her extraordinary 50-year career, including “Memory,” “I Know Him So Well” and “As If We Never Said Goodbye.”

As an award-winning actress, singer, producer and radio presenter, Elaine has made a unique and major contribution to the development and production of the stage musical. She has starred in more smash hit West End & Broadway musicals than anyone else of her generation – Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar, Billy, Evita, Cats, Chess, Anything Goes, Piaf, Sunset Boulevard, The King & I, Sweeney Todd, The Drowsy Chaperone and, most recently, Follies. She has set new standards for the genre, and in 1995 was awarded an OBE for services to Musical Theatre by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

A thrilling live performer, Elaine has performed in concert all over the world. She has recorded 21 solo albums, earned eight consecutive gold and four multi-platinum discs and has achieved chart-topping hits including “Memory,” “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” and “I Know Him So Well,” which have become her signatures. Elaine also continues to be one of the star presenters on BBC Radio 2 with her own lunchtime show, Elaine Paige On Sunday, which is now in its 10th year and regularly attracts more than 2 million listeners each week.

This exclusive, one-night-only presentation of the Farewell Concert will finish with special footage, including a Q&A and a more intimate performance with special guests recently captured in London

Tickets for the special screening event are $15 for general admission and $12.50 for children ages 2-12, Tampa Theatre Members, seniors and military at the Box Office or online at ($2 convenience fee applies)