Cinema

VINEGAR SYNDROME

Thursday, January 12 at 8 PM  

Vinegar Syndrome is our Gong Show-style monthly grab bag of short educational and ephemeral films, plumbing the depths of EPFC’s impressive 16mm library. For enthusiasts of found footage and collage films, it’s a great way to learn what kinds of films are available at the Film Center—the weird, the cool, the good, the bad, the ugly. All films are selected purely by title around a specific theme and we won’t be previewing anything, so we’ll be just as surprised as you guys! 

Casual viewing environment—feel free to laugh, talk, and comment on the movies as we screen them. And we’ll watch as many films as we can cram into a 90-minute screening session.

 

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