oct 3

Harvest of Arts Film Festival

Granada

In this exciting year of election-year politics, climate change and economic collapse, the 17th Annual Harvest of Arts Film Festival offers affordable and thought-provoking entertainment at a cost that even CEOs of once-privately owned major banks and insurance companies can afford -- free! This two hour, non-competitive feast of films by area filmmakers will feature experimental films such as Caitlin Horsman's "Themes and Variations for the Naked Eye," comedic narratives like Franco Leng's "Rising Action," music videos such as Alec Joler's take on The Border Band's song "Hombre" and even cross-genre films in the vein of Marc Havener's "And What Remains." All levels of sophistication -- camcorder to high-budget -- are included in the mix.Pre-show festivities and popcorn start at 6:40pm; films roll at 7pm sharp.

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UncleDirtytoes 11 years, 9 months ago

In this wild and exciting year of election year politics, climate change and economic collapse, the 17th Annual Harvest of Arts Film Festival offers you affordable and thought-provoking entertainment at a cost that even CEO's of once-privately owned major banks and insurance companies can afford absolutely free! And it will all take place on the big screen at the Granada in Lawrence, Kansas. This two hour, non-competitive feast of films by area filmmakers will take place at 7pm on Friday, October 3rd, at the Granada Theatre in beautiful downtown Lawrence, Kansas, 1020 Mass. St., and is, as mentioned, FREE!What to expect experimental films (such as UMKC Assistant Professor Caitlin Horsman's work "Themes and Variations for the Naked Eye"), narratives (like perennial Harvest comedy favorite Franco Leng with "Rising Action"), documentary (for instance, high school history project video by Sara Cortese, Rosemary O'Malley and Hannah Lodwick on artists in a Holocaust camp), music videos (perchance Alec Joler's take on The Border Band's song "Hombre") and even cross-genre films (in the vein of Marc Havener's experimental-documentary-narrative And What Remains), so much more!Come feast your eyes and ears, nose and tongue (free popcorn!) at the 17th edition of this film festival whose sole (and soul) purpose is to freely share the art of film among friends and neighbors of area filmmakers. (Pre-Show festivities and popcorn start at 6:40pm, films roll at 7pm sharp.)

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