Above: Promotional graphic for "The Source Family" screening taking place at Balboa Park on August 8. Courtesy of "The Source Family."
Take a Strange and Beautiful Trip Inside a '70s Love Cult!
The Source Family was a radical experiment in '70s utopian living. Their iconic style, health food restaurant, rock band, and beautiful women made them the darlings of Hollywood’s Sunset Strip—but their unconventional behavior ultimately led to their dramatic demise. The Source Family (2013, 98 minutes) provides an intimate view of the ultimate California commune through their own archival photos, home movies, and contemporary interviews.
Join your Aquarian tribe as the spirit of love flows freely on the lawns of the San Diego Botanical Building in celebration of the ultimate 1970's commune. Feed your soul with a custom vegetarian menu created by Andrew Schiff, Owner/Executive Chef of Spread, featuring original recipes from the Source Restaurant, along with libations from Alchemy's master mixologists, and live bohemian music. Suggested Attire is 70's chic.
Cost: Tickets are limited and reservations are required. $36 Non-Member / $26 Museum of Photographic Arts Member.
*Advanced ticket purchase is required for this event*
The ticket prices includes:
Access to pre-party
Source-inspired dinner by Spread
Admission to screening/Q & A
** Note: Check in will take place on the lawns of the Botanical Building (next to Lily Pond).
After the screening, stay for a Q & A with director Jodi Wille and Alicia Previn, an original member of the Source Family.
For more information, please check our website at www.mopa.org/source-family or call us at 619.238.7559