Sunday, November 06, 2005

Indie Memphis Micro Cinema Club on Wednesday

The Indie Memphis Micro Cinema Club’s first anniversary party is Wednesday, Nov. 9. The theme will be country/western, with a “Rural America Roundup” program of short films, including:

Fenceliners by Chelsea Walton

Jim from Divernon by Chad Schneider

Barn Story by Cortney Kintzer

Living in A Cornfield by Sandy Dyas

Bear Hunter by Mary Robertson

Reception begins at 7 p.m. and films begin at 8.

The Indie Memphis Micro Cinema Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of every month, and screens short films from around the world. The location is the Powerhouse 45 GE Patterson Ave, next to Central Station. Always free admission and parking.

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