When Adam Nimoy started making a documentary about his father Leonard's most beloved role, Mr. Spock from Star Trek, he didn't realize what it would turn into - a requiem for the man himself, who died during production. As part of a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, the Egyptian Theater is doing a whole run of Trek films on the big screen, and in between those they're showing Nimoy's film, For the Love of Spock... and I'll be hosting a Q&A with the director afterwards!
This is happening on Saturday, September 10th, and I have five pairs of tickets to give away for that show! Just email me at devin at birthmoviesdeath.com with the subject line NIMOY and your real name in the body of the email.
As for the rest of the series: Star Trek: The Motion Picture plays Friday the 9th, Wrath of Khan and The Search for Spock are a double feature on the 11th, Voyage Home and Undiscovered Country play together on the 16th. Tragically I will be out of town for most of this series, but you LA people should buy your tickets right here.