Imagine a drive-in that you could walk or bike to — and which screened a wide-range of short films, including comedies, dramas, documentaries and even experimental works.
Such a venue is happening for one night, Sat., Oct. 12, at 917 Liberty Ave., Downtown (a.k.a. Phil's Parking Lot, between Liberty and Exchange Way). The event is co-presented by Future Tenant gallery and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership.
A sleection of film from up-and-coming local artists will be screened. Featured filmmakers include: Alex Goldblum, jtc45/D.S. Kinsel, David Safin, Mike Smith and Jeremy Waltman. (The press release notes: "Some themes may be unsettling," so consider yourself advised.) A $5 donation is suggested.
The screening starts at 7 p.m. Come early for good seats (which presumably will be provided), and for pre-show grub: From 5-7 p.m., food trucks will be parked nearby.
For more info, visit Future Tenant's website.
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