American Graffiti

USA | 1973 | 110min | PG

American Graffiti tells the story of the final day of summer vacation before college, a group of high school graduates spend one last night cruising the local strip.


 Director George Lucas set the semi-autobiographical vignettes in his own Modesto, California hometown and in the twilight of American innocence: with Mel’s Diner, drag racing, Inspiration Point and Wolfman Jack spinning classic rock, American Graffiti (and its yellow Deuce Coupe) became the cultural touchstone of a generation.


Director: George Lucas
Cast: Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard and Cindy Williams



Hosted by culture writer and critic Nathalie Atkinson, this ongoing series considers the crucial contributions of below-the-line craft in both popular favorites and forgotten gems (more…)



Screened with host Nathalie Atkinson and a special guest, in conversation about 1960s nostalgia, coming-of-age tales and classic cars.


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