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Best of Vinegar Syndrome

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26 at 8 PM

Vinegar Syndrome is our monthly screening series that plumbs the dusty depths of EPFC’s vast library of ephemeral 16mm films. We’ve found some amazing movies over the past few months, and we’re eager to share some of our favorite discoveries. Unintentionally hilarious educational films, strangely beautiful animated works, jaw-droppingly weird public service announcements–there’s something sure to entertain even the most skeptical viewers! As always, we’ll have free snacks and plenty of opportunities for lively audience commentary.

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