Friday, September 22, 2006

Beifuss on Li'l Film Fest

From today's Playbook:

Everybody was kung-fu filmmaking... you will see if you attend this year's third "Li'l Film Fest," to be held at 2 p.m. at the MeDia Co-op theater at First Congregational Church, 1000 S. Cooper. Presented by the local arts supporters responsible for the Live from Memphis website, the event is titled "Li'l Film Fest 3: Kung Who? ...No, Kung Fu," and it will showcase 10 short comic films with martial arts themes, including the self-explanatory "Kung Fu Baby"; "Electric Ninja Acid Test" by the dependably juvenile John Pickle; and "Kung Fu Fighting: A Literary Improvisation by 92 Terrific Memphians and Visiting Luminaries," a jigsaw-edited reading of the lyrics of Carl Douglas' 1974 No. 1 dance hit.

Admission is free. Visit or call 523-9763.

Thank you John.

1 comment:

M.Sea said...

I knew it!!! I knew that's what you had me doing, you could've admitted it then, Sparky, it would've been okay, but I'm just glad to see that I am right. Also, I hope want to see the finished product and I hope we win. I'm not divided this time, Jon, this is the only short I'm in.