This Sunday night Capital Club 16 will be converted into a mini-movie theater, replete with zesty smoked paprika popcorn and top dog minis (you’ll just have to find out). We’ll be screening two carefully collected sets of local cinema and give a rallying call for the Farmer Veteran Project in the final stretch of its KickJumpStart campaign.
It’s sure to be a big group hug for Triangle’s filmmaking community. We all could use more hugs. Who knows? This gathering and screening of one another’s work could produce quite a lovely blanket of collective support. But it’s July and hot as hell, so let’s get naked and critique one another instead.
In that spirit, a medley of complimentary beer, wine, gourmet popcorn and fine finger food will be available. Admission will be sliding scale $5 - $500 depending on the quality of your knock-knock joke at the front. Both sets of films will run aprox. 40 min. and we might have cheap champagne (so dress to impress and remember to keep it on).
Some of the films we’re screening:
When Walt Whitman Was A Little Girl - Jim Haverkamp (12:00)
Some Like It Raw - Andrea Love (10:47)
Grandpa Gives You The Bird - Marc Maximov (10:35)