Free Showing Of ‘Immaculate Citadel’ Tuesday Evening At Fuller Lodge


The Los Alamos Arts Council is proud to present a free film viewing of Immaculate Citadel on Tuesday evening at Fuller Lodge. Directed by Los Alamos local, Devon Hoffman, Immaculate Citadel is the fifth chapter in—and an ideal entry point to—the massive epic known as the Eyes of Time, created by the Northern New Mexico-based, community-driven production company of the same name.

Writer and director Devon Hoffman (whose day job is as the Los Alamos JJAB director), leading a cast of more than 20 local New Mexican actors, has crafted a sci-fi fairy tale pondering the meaning of protest and revolution, invoking regional history, and weaving intergenerational characters across multiple timelines–all against a backdrop of jaw-dropping natural splendor and artistic spectacle. Clocking in at a lean 83 minutes, this is your next favorite family-friendly philosophical adventure flick. Be sure not to miss it!

“Film is one of my favorite artistic mediums, so when Devon brought this film idea to us, I knew we had to help get it out to our community. After the success of our collaboration on the Los Alamos Youth Film Intensive and witnessing first hand the excitement over the filming of the upcoming Oppenheimer film, I think it’s clear that Los Alamos is poised to take a center seat in creating a thriving film community and to promote this art form as a viable career path to our local youth,” said Fuller Lodge Art Center Interim Director Brandi Engeman, |

The screening will take place at Fuller Lodge at 6:30PM. Doors open at 6:00PM. There may be a Q&A following the film, if there’s interest.

Admission is free, but all donations will go to support the Fuller Lodge Art Center’s scholarship fund.