We can't be contained!
Special events and projects are an important part of Rabbit Hole programming. Special Projects support our partnerships with classroom teachers. They inspire our students and expand their horizons. Rabbit Hole arranges field trips, some of which include the students' families, to special screenings with guest speakers.
To date, Rabbit Hole students have attended special screenings including the following:
UCLA's Royce Hall for a presentation of silent films for the students and their families with live accompaniment by the LA Chamber Orchestra
The Alex Theater in Glendale for the 75th anniversary screening of the "Wizard of Oz" with special guest speakers
The Silent Movie Theater hosted a number of screenings including "The Bully Movie" followed by a Q&A with the director; "Network" with professional actors supporting the screening with improv, writing and speaking exercises; "Election" with a Q&A with producers, as well as a Family screening of Charlie Chaplin's "Modern Times."
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences hosts our students often for screenings of films such as "The Artist," "Shane," and "The Crowd," with special guest speakers.
Paramount Studios screened "Nebraska" for students and their families. A Q&A followed with Will Forte.