Event: Bella Vita at La Paloma Theatre – Thurs, Aug 28th

August 20, 2014

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When: Thursday, August 28th, 2014. 6:30pm & 9pm showings.
Where: La Paloma Theatre
471 S Coast Highway 101
Encinitas, CA 92024
760-436-7469
Why: View the highly anticipated debut of Bella Vita here in San Diego. A film by Jason Baffa starring Bing Surfboards team rider Chris Del Moro. Captured on 35mm film throughout Italy. Jason Baffa and Chris Del Moro will be on hand to present the film for the first time to San Diego viewers. You don’t want to miss this amazing film. See you there.

Purchase tickets here before they sell out: http://bellavitafilm.brownpapertickets.com







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