Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney participated in countless Q&A sessions last year during the theatrical run of “Moonlight,” the made-in-Miami drama inspired by his autobiographical play.
On Friday, he’ll be back to do it once more — this time as an Academy Award winner.
McCraney, who shared the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar with “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins, will introduce the 9 p.m. Friday March 3 showing of the film at O Cinema Wynwood, 90 NW 29th St. Tickets are $11 and probably won’t last long, so don’t dawdle.
If you still haven’t seen “Moonlight,” which also won the Best Picture and Best Supporting Actor Oscars, distributor A24 is re-releasing the movie into 1,500 theaters this weekend, so you have no excuse now.
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