Do you want to watch films the way they were meant to be seen — with a full stomach of free pizza and beer?
Then come see Slamdance Co-Founder Dan Mirvish’s New York premiere of his short film “Open House,” along with Slamdance NY-Bureau Chief Paul Rachman’s short “Home” and Slamdance 2001 film “Lefty-Right” by Rae McGrath. All filmmakers in attendance for Q-and-A.
The screenings are part of the Pioneer Theater’s “Tuesdays@8″ series and its long-term commitment to showcase Slamdance films. All the details you need:
Slamdance Showcase ^ July 2nd, Tuesday – New York ^ The Pioneer Theater ^ Screening starts at 8pm ^ Free pizza and beer at 7pm (for ticket holders). ^ 155 East 3rd (at Avenue A)
For more theater information and directions, go to the Pioneer Theater site. Ticket price is $8.50. There is limited seating, so plan to come early.
Posted on June 26, 2002 in News by Film Threat Staff
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