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Reel Talk with Stephen Farber returns to the South Bay

Order tickets now for this prestigious film series!
Order tickets now for this prestigious film series!
courtesy of Reel Talk

Tickets are now on sale for the prestigious series, Reel Talk with Stephen Farber.

The series will be held on four consecutive Tuesday evenings – January 28 through February 18 – beginning at 7 p.m. each evening.

Order tickets early, because series passes will be limited.

Film critic Stephen Farber is host and producer of the prestigious and immensely popular Reel Talk film series, which has run in west Los Angeles for a number of years and is beginning its second year in the South Bay. Be among the few people in the United States to see exciting independent and foreign films before their wide release in theaters. There will be stimulating discussions with filmmakers and film critics after the screenings.

The films will be screened at ArcLight Beach Cities, at Rosecrans and Nash. This theater was selected for its high quality and because it is the theater in the South Bay most convenient for attracting filmmakers for the after film discussions.

The Reel Talk series is a separate and independent series from the regular films shown by The South Bay Film Society. Reel Talk South Bay is presented by Stephen Farber in partnership with Randy Berler (The South Bay Film Society) and Carol Pleatman.

The series ticket cost $75.

ArcLight Beach Cities is located at 831 South Nash Street in El Segundo at Rosecrans and Nash.

To get your series ticket, please fill out the mail order ticket form here and mail it with a check for $75 per series ticket payable to Reel Talk with Stephen Farber, to: Reel Talk, PO BOX 7000-118, Redondo Beach, CA 90277

You can also bring a check with you to any screening of The South Bay Film Society.

Titles will only be announced two or three weeks in advance of the screenings and are always subject to change.

For further information, visit the website at or email

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