The Lord of the Rings in Washington D.C.
June 25, 2013 by James
Celebrating one of the most popular films of all times, The Fellowship of the Ring, the Felene Center in Washington D.C. is hosting a dedicated event on September 6 and 7. This will involve showing the complete film in HD on huge screens within the building and on the lawn. The event will begin both days at 7:30 p.m.
In addition to the film, the event will host a live orchestra and chorus including the City Choir of Washington and the World Children’s Choir featuring a live score performance combining Howard Shore’s orchestra, choruses and soloists. Since the music was already one of the film’s strongest features, seeing it played live in sync with the movie should be a spectacular and unforgettable experience for all who attend. The award winning score is a musical epic that includes themes for each of the Middle Earth’s cultures relevant to the trilogy.
Film critics and fans have long acknowledged that Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy completely changed the face of the fantasy genre, and once again made fantasy-themed cinema popular among the general public.
Promoting an event of this nature requires a great deal of marketing and support materials. Local print companies provide brochure printing which allows a venue to place content and appealing images within the bi-fold or tri-fold brochure depicting the event. The brochures are then distributed through various marketing techniques such as direct mail.
The Felene Center has more information and the option to purchase tickets.