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Thursday August 29th 2019

07:30 PM until 09:00 PM

Troubled Youth: 16mm Films for Back to School

Jump Cut and Flea Market Films present the second annual back to school 16mm program.
Film Screening
Glitterbox Theater
$7
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Jump Cut and Flea Market Films present the second annual back to school 16mm program. This year's class is comprised of a group of troubled youth. Think you've got it bad? Wait until you get a glimpse at the problems these kids have!

Currently enrolled are the following:

-"Measure of a Man" -- Brigham Young University produced this oh-so-cringable and riffable Mormon tale of do-gooders facing temptation.

-"Youth in a Fix" -- A mid-60s naïve exposé of "hipsters, beatniks, homosexuals, perverts" and other "LSD shooting," finger-snapping, record spinning depravities. A forgotten camp classic.

-"Louis James Hates School" -- A delightful animated story of why bein' 2 kewl 4 skewl is not all it's cracked up to be.

-"The Summer We Moved to Elm Street" -- Patricia Watson's beautifully observed, heartbreaking meditation on a child's inner turmoil. "An unsung masterpiece," proclaims Flea Market Films.

-And other bits, pieces, commercials + surprises!

All shown from 16mm prints lovingly plucked from the Flea Market Films collection. This program will be entirely new content over last year's back to school program.

Doors open at 7 PM, Projectors roll at 7:30.

Tickets $7 BYOB

Please note that the Glitterbox Theater is not a wheelchair accessible venue (sorry!)

Added by Geoffrey Maddock

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Troubled Youth: 16mm Films for Back to School