NPR Airs Report On Castro Theatre Firing

posted by Patrick Crowley on December 20, 2004 at 6:56 am

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — National Public Radio’s All Things Considered aired a report on Friday about the firing of Anita Monga, the former programmer at the Castro Theatre.

Since the firing, many fans of the Castro — who believe that Monga’s work was instrumental to crafting the Castro’s legendary film schedule — are planning to protest with boycotts and pickets.

Listen to the report here. (There’s also some discussion of this issue on the Castro’s page here on Cinema Treasures.)

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RobertR on December 21, 2004 at 4:56 am

This is the begining of the end for the Castro. Sadly it will join the Sutton and Cinema 1-2-3 as beloved theatres destroyed.

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