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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012 9B ARTS an.d ENTERTAINMENT Playing at the Town Hall Theatre in Quincy right af- ter the Bob Dylan benefit tribute concert Thursday and Friday, Nov. 29 and 30, is "Cloud Atlas." "Cloud Atlas" plays three days: Dec. 1 - 3 at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Monday and 4 p,m. Sunday. Based on the 2004 novel of the same by David Mitchell, "Cloud Atlas" explores how the actions and conse- quences of individual lives impact one another through- out the past, the present and the future. Action, mystery and romance weave dramat- ically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a sin- gle act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant fu- ture. This widely anticipated adaptation of the original story takes place over six lo- cales in six different time periods. The high-power tal- ent roster includes Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, Su- san Sarandon, Hugo Weav- ing, James D'Arcy, Zhou Xun and Ben Whishaw. This 172-minute (nearly three-hour) science fiction film is rated R for violence, language, sexuality/nudity and some drug use. Website: cloudatlasmovie.com. Date confirmations are ex- pected soon for final film of Tom Hanks portrays one of the six characters he plays in "Cloud Atlas." the Twilight saga, "Break- which operates the movie ing Dawn Part 2"; "Sky- business and cultural per- fall," the 50th anniversary forming arts venue in the installment of the James public interest. "Maintain- Bond movie franchise; as ing a 75-year-old building well as "Lincoln" and and keeping the business vi- "Wreck-it Ralph." able in the current economy "Life of Pi," "The Hob- has been extremely chal- bit: An Unexpected Jour- lenging," said Plumas Arts ney," "Silver Linings DirectorRoxanneValladao. Playbook" and "Les Miser- Patrons will notice a few ables" will also find their changes in the upcoming way to the local screen, winter movie schedule as "The Rise of the theatre management maneu- Guardians" has been vers the addition ofincreas- booked for the Christmas ing utility costs and poten- movie from Dec. 21 to 25 tially unstable-weather. with a screening planned for Days of operation will be Christmas Day. Friday to Monday with The Town Hall Theatre is shows each evening at 7 managed by Plumas Arts, p.m. in addition to a 4 p.m. Sunday matinee. There will also be only one movie a week. With vintage 35 mm film screening equipment, the theatre is also dealing with the scarcity of film prints as the movie business transi- tions more and more to digi- tal screening in multi- screen urban and suburban cineplexes. "The theatre may soon have to deal with a digital conversion, which is cur- rently out of reach with an approximate cost of $75,000," said Valladao. "In the mean- time we will continue to work the system to the best advantage of our patrons." In order to continue to get the latest films as early as possible the booking process of the last several years will have to make adaptations as fewer 35 mm film prints are made. "We are often unable to get confirmations for booking until a week or two before we want to screen films," said Valladao. "Much thought is going into how we may have to modify how we get the word out for the upcoming movie sched- ule." To be in the loop for the most current information about the THT movie sched- ule, check the weekly ads in Feather Publishing newspa- pers or the websites at quin- cytownhall.com or plumasarts.org. Call the movie line, which is updated Tom Hanks heads an impressive cast for the sci-fi movie "Cloud Atlas." after every film, at 283-1140. Valladao: "'Help to keep Become a fan and follower of your Town Hall Theatre the Town Hall Thefitre and thriving by attending a good Plumas Arts' Facebook page show often.'" Those who to keep up on movie book- attend movies can make ings, help provide input on donations at the concession movie Selections antl be eli- stand. Tax-deductible contri- gible for movie ticket and butions can also be made concessions giveaways, by dropping off a check at "And as the seasons bring the concession stand or, us more indoors, the same mailing it to Town Hall old advice rings as true as Theatre, P.O. Box 600, Quin- the holiday season," says cy, CA95971. Wh in the World? Clark Steele and Suzie Clark-Steele enjoy a holiday on Nantucket Island and Martha's Vineyard. Voice entries "A picture is worth a thou- sand words." Plumas County Public Health Agency has stipends available for com- munity groups that would like to create a PhotoVoice Project. PhotoVoi:e is a communi- ty-based research style that uses photographs to show- case important issues. The idea is to gain a community perspective on health con- cerns and promote communi- ty education and health advo- cacy. An eligible application may come from any community group or organization whose members include youths, young families, low-income people or Native Americans. A meeting providing an overview of the project and a PhotoVoice question-and-an- swer session will be held at noon Thursday, Dec. 6, at the Courthouse Annex. The an- nex is at 270 County Hospital Road in Quincy; go upstairs and to the right. For more information, con- tact Dana Cash with the To- bacco Use Reduction Pro- gram at Plumas County Pub- lic Health Agency: 283-6358. ~rnad all I about tit.r I BREAKING NEWS I WEATHER | SPORTS | BUSINESS I CLASSIFIED ADS I REAL ESTATE I asnews.comJ The Plumas County madri- gal singing group Le Panache, under the direction of John Probst, will present a concert Saturday, Dec. 8, at the West End Theatre in downtown Quincy. The group will perform a collection of both religious and secular Christmas chorales, accompanied by individual so- los, beginning at 7 p.m. Besides presenting local con- certs, Le Panache has per- formed with the Ecumenical Convention in Reno, Nev., and also soloed with the Reno Pops Orchestra. The concert is free and open to the public. THINK FIRST Invest in PLUMAS COUNTY y ,: Take the Worry out of Driving, Treat Yourself to a Get;Away[ Special Includes: New Year's Eve Dinner for Two and Forest View King Room: $145 Add an additional night for a Package Price of ~205 Dimmer & Lodging Package Upgrade to a Deluxe Terrace Suite 1 Night Package $175 2 Night Package $245 % 2 S'il Chalet View Lodge 530-832-5528 On Hwy 70 between Graeagle and portola www.chaletviewlodge.com 37th Annual Holiday Craft Faire Sat., Dec. 8th 9am-3pm Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds Commercial Bldg. Handmade Items Home Baked Goodies Food Booth Door Prizes 50/50 Drawing Photos with Santa: loam -12pro, 12:30pm-2:30pm: For Table Information call Gloria at 394-7579 TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents THREE CHORDS AND THE TRUTH: THE MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN Thurs., Nov 29 & Fri., Nov. 30 Presented by Plumas Arts & Plum~s Community Radio More than 20 local musicians will present two long sets of your favorite songs spanning Dylan's career of over 50 years, starting with folk roots classics such as "The Times, They Are a-Changin'," "Don't Think Twice, It's AIright," and "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall," moving into the electric years with "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Tombstone Blues," as well as more recent songs like "Gotta Serve Somebody," Everything is Broken," Long Black Coat."Over 25 songs altogether. T~E f~ OT ~ I:)YL,kN A beneM eol~ toe Plums Arts and Plumas ~ RaCfl and "Man in the Doors open at 7pm. Showtime at 7:30pm Tickets $12 in advance $15 at the door Sat., Dec. 1 - Mon., Dec. 3 Rated R 172 min. Sci Fi / Drama Based on the 2004 novel of the same by David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past, the present and the future. Action, mystery and romance weave dramatically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant future. This widely anticipated adaptation of the original story takes place over six locales in six different time periods. Showtime 7pm Sunday Matinee 4pm TOWN til]LL THEATRE Visit ' Adults .................. ~7.00 Students & Seniors ................. ~6.00 Children ................ ~5.00 283-114( 469 Main St., Quincy, CA us at www.quincytownhall.com To send a legal: typesetting@plumasnews.com To send an advertisement: mail@plumasnews.com i t