TODAY: See a new face in film for free

By Volcano Staff on August 24, 2010


This just in from The Grand Cinema:

The Grand is happy to host a few more screenings from Filmmaker Magazine's list of best new directors in America.  At 2:00 p.m. and 4:00p.m. today we have the directors in town to screen their short films, mostly an amazing set of documentaries.  For example, at the 4 p.m. screening you'll see, among others, documentaries (about 8 minutes each) on L'Arche, minor league baseball, and 9/11 "truthers".  At 2 p.m. you'll see a series of profiles on amazing people in a series called "American Nobodies", plus two great short dramas with children as their focus, one that played at Sundance. 

At each screening the director will talk about the amazing work at the end of the film.  This is a true experience, far beyond simply attending a film.

And today, for these screenings only, admission is free if you mention this email.  Please show these filmmakers that Tacoma can support great film.  We promise you'll be amazed at what you see.  We wouldn't bring them to the Grand if that wasn't the case.