Click here to learn about our “Monthly Special” rates for Zoom presentations during the 2020-21 season!

Click here to learn about our “Monthly Special” rates for Zoom presentations during the 2020-21 season!

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Monthly Special Presentations

Hudak On Hollywood is excited to offer presentations at a discounted rate during the 2020-21 season. The presentations will be given at the below dates and times as a webinar via Zoom live streaming. Presentations are one hour. For your scheduling convenience, each “Special” presentation will be given twice.

The rate for one presentation is $75. Tiered pricing is available to those who like to plan ahead:

$300 for any five presentations (save $75)

$200 for any three (save $25)

Prices will adjust automatically when the cart is updated. Zoom meeting IDs and passwords will be sent immediately when payment is received.

For an idea of how the presentations look and sound, please watch the demo video here: https://hudakonhollywood.com/presentations/

Why Zoom?

1) It’s something your members/residents can enjoy from the comfort of their own homes.

2) Alternatively, for members/residents who are not technologically inclined, the presentations can easily be shown in a meeting room/auditorium (with socially distanced seating).

Box Office Champs: Wednesday, Dec 2, 2020 – 7:30 pm

$ 75.00

You may know that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the all-time domestic box office champ at $936 million. But when you adjust for inflation, it’s actually #11. What’s in the top ten? This hour-long presentation looks at the real top ten highest-grossing movies of all time after you adjust for inflation. Clips and images, as well as a discussion of why these were hits in the first place and how they’ve endured through the years, highlight this fun and engaging presentation. You may be surprised at what’s on the list!

Box Office Champs: Thursday, Dec 10, 2020 – 7 pm

$ 75.00

You may know that Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the all-time domestic box office champ at $936 million. But when you adjust for inflation, it’s actually #11. What’s in the top ten? This hour-long presentation looks at the real top ten highest-grossing movies of all time after you adjust for inflation. Clips and images, as well as a discussion of why these were hits in the first place and how they’ve endured through the years, highlight this fun and engaging presentation. You may be surprised at what’s on the list!

Famous Moments Part One: Wednesday, Jan 6, 2021 – 7:30 pm

$ 75.00

The greatest moments in film history stick out in our memories as if we saw them just yesterday. It’s Cary Grant running from a plane in North By Northwest. Peter Finch screaming that he’s “mad as hell!” in Network. And Clark Gable telling Vivien Leigh he no longer gives a “damn” in Gone With The Wind. This hour-long presentation takes you behind the scenes of these great movie moments and more as we reveal what makes them so unforgettable.

Famous Moments Part One: Thursday, Jan 21, 2021 – 7 pm

$ 75.00

The greatest moments in film history stick out in our memories as if we saw them just yesterday. It’s Cary Grant running from a plane in North By Northwest. Peter Finch screaming that he’s “mad as hell!” in Network. And Clark Gable telling Vivien Leigh he no longer gives a “damn” in Gone With The Wind. This hour-long presentation takes you behind the scenes of these great movie moments and more as we reveal what makes them so unforgettable.

Famous Moments Part Two: Wednesday, Feb 3, 2021 – 7:30 pm

$ 75.00

The shower scene in Psycho. The flying bikes in E.T. The title song in Singin’ in the Rain. All are memorable movie moments that have been cherished for generations and will be cherished for years to come. In this hour-long presentation, you’ll enjoy an insightful look at these scenes and more, sharing the stories, backgrounds and secrets that made them so unforgettable.

Famous Moments Part Two: Thursday, Feb 11, 2021 – 7 pm

$ 75.00

The shower scene in Psycho. The flying bikes in E.T. The title song in Singin’ in the Rain. All are memorable movie moments that have been cherished for generations and will be cherished for years to come. In this hour-long presentation, you’ll enjoy an insightful look at these scenes and more, sharing the stories, backgrounds and secrets that made them so unforgettable.

When Oscar Gets It Wrong: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 – 7:30 pm

$ 75.00

Is Ordinary People better than Raging Bull? Is How Green Was My Valley better than Citizen Kane? According to the Oscars, yes! This hour-long presentation examines the politics, voting patterns, and cultural influences that led the Academy to overlook movies we now consider classics.

When Oscar Gets It Wrong: Thursday, March 4, 2021 – 7 pm

$ 75.00

Is Ordinary People better than Raging Bull? Is How Green Was My Valley better than Citizen Kane? According to the Oscars, yes! This hour-long presentation examines the politics, voting patterns, and cultural influences that led the Academy to overlook movies we now consider classics.

Best Picture Oscar Talk: Wednesday, April 7, 2021 – 7:30 pm

$ 75.00

Journey into this year’s Best Picture Oscar nominees in this discussion of why each film was nominated and which is the odds-on favorite to emerge victorious. Clips and background information about all nominated films will be shared, and a discussion of the Academy’s voting process and habits will lend perspective to choosing the likely winner. Oscar history, trivia, and other major categories will also be covered! It’s a lively, insightful and fun hour-long presentation that’s not to be missed! Attendees are encouraged to see as many of the nominated films as possible before the presentation.

Note: The Oscars will be held Sunday, April 25, 2021.

Best Picture Oscar Talk: Thursday, April 8, 2021 – 7 pm

$ 75.00

Journey into this year’s Best Picture Oscar nominees in this discussion of why each film was nominated and which is the odds-on favorite to emerge victorious. Clips and background information about all nominated films will be shared, and a discussion of the Academy’s voting process and habits will lend perspective to choosing the likely winner. Oscar history, trivia, and other major categories will also be covered! It’s a lively, insightful and fun hour-long presentation that’s not to be missed! Attendees are encouraged to see as many of the nominated films as possible before the presentation.

Note: The Oscars will be held Sunday, April 25, 2021.