“Bluetopia” to Screen at L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum Exhibition

The Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum has announced a special screening of “Bluetopia: The LA Dodgers Movie” on Thursday August 16th at 7:00 PM as part of its summer-long Baseball: The All American Game exhibition.

“While the events of Bluetopia occurred over 4 years ago, the fans’ passions on display and “inside baseball” access are timeless,” says Timothy Marx, Bluetopia’s producer and director. “The movie tells the tale of the 2008 Dodger season and highlights not only the team (Joe Torre’s first season, the debut of Clayton Kershaw, the dramatic arrival of Manny Ramirez, the sweep of the Cubs in the playoffs before the dramatic series with the Phillies, and on and on) but many incredible fans as well, showing their dedication and passion for the team.

“Baseball: The All American Game is a wonderful exhibition with lots of unique baseball memorabilia that every true baseball enthusiast will find interesting,” adds Marx.

The Los Angeles Craft and Folk Art Museum is located at 5814 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036 and persons interested in attending the special screening on Bluetopia: The LA Dodgers Movie are asked to please RSVP at: rsvp@cafam.org.

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2 Responses to ““Bluetopia” to Screen at L.A. Craft and Folk Art Museum Exhibition”

  1. CRANBROOK MIKE says:

    Hey I have a copy of that there movie! I even know one of its stars!!! Heck I even got my tattoo because of that movie!!!
    I have a very special place in my heart for that movie!
    Are they going to let the stars of it in for nuttin? Are the stars of the movie going to be signing autographs???

    • Ron Cervenka says:

      The real star of the movie (at least in my very biased opinion) is my son Tim, who is currently in New York visiting his sister and (unfortunately) won’t be at the screening. Tim was 13 when the movie was filmed and stood 5’4″ at the time. He is 6’4″ today.

      Tim and I are blessed to have been included in this wonderful experience, in spite of it’s heartbreaking ending (damn you Broxton!). Although we are still waiting for our first royalty checks (haha!), the friendships that we made from the experience are priceless.

      Timothy Marx is a great guy and an extremely talented filmmaker. His incredible vision and dedication (and some unbelievable timing and good luck) made Bluetopia (as he put it) timeless.

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