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What's a better way to get pumped for a film than by experiencing it ourselves? Okay sure, we can't go rob a bank in preparation for a screening of Heat, or stomp some heads in the wake of Drive; but how about a Youth Chess Tournament, hosted by The Northern Schools Chess League? In honor of Brooklyn Castle, which our own film connoisseur, David Riedel, calls, "a human story...with kids that will capture your attention," the CCA (1050 Old Pecos Trail, 982-1338) hosts an event for the children of Santa Fe. If I gather anything from Riedel's review, or the trailer, it's that the most important thing of all is the community at hand. So, let's do our community some good and bring the youth together, in both the cinematic and gaming fashion. The chess tournament starts at noon on Saturday, Dec. 15, in the CCA's own Muñoz-Waxman Gallery. Registration is required and due before Friday at 5 pm. The event is open to children in grades K-6. Children must bring their own chess sets to participate. Brooklyn Castle is screened at 10 am and 1 pm.
For more information, visit sites.google.com/site/childchesssantafe/contact-us/brooklyn-castle-registration