Microcinema is proud to announce the sixth season of their Independent Exposure series of shorts, animations, and other film stylings. The next event is set for [ Thursday, January 25th ] beginning at [ 7:30 PM ] at the [ Speakeasy Cafe in Seattle, WA.: 2304 Second Avenue in Belltown ] . The night will feature film, of course, but you can also expect to find snacks and libations, so you’ve got to be 21 or over to attend.
This Independent Exposure evening will include the World Premier of “Airplane Glue” by Kirk Hostetter and Evan Mather (Seattle); “Atomic Titz” by Mark O’Connell (Seattle); “I Don’t Feel So Good” by David Phillips (Seattle); and animations by David Moroski (Michigan), Karen Aqua(Massachusetts) and Pamela Turner (Virginia), plus other cool films. All event details, and the last word on upcoming Microcinema projects, can be found at [ the official site. ]
Posted on January 21, 2001 in News by Film Threat Staff
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