‘Alice in Nite Hawk’ film screening and Q&A at Falls Taphouse May 28

‘Alice in Nite Hawk’ film screening and Q&A at Falls Taphouse May 28

Free public film screening + Q&A with filmmaker Devin Tau

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WHAT: “Alice in Nite Hawk” short film screening
WHERE: Falls Taphouse (2215 Shallock Ave.) and online via GoToMeeting
WHEN: Friday, May 28, 8 p.m.
COST: FREE

LOGIN DETAILS: Klamath Film presents…FRIDAY NIGHT FLICKS!Klamath Film presents…FRIDAY NIGHT FLICKS!
Fri, May 28, 2021 8:00 PM – 8:30 PM (PDT)

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“Alice in Nite Hawk”, a fascinating story about friends coping with a changing world told with no dialogue entirely through dance in collaboration with a troupe in Portland was selected as a Northern Short at the 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival. Now experience this mesmerizing film again, or for the first time, as the latest effort in Klamath Film’s ‘Friday Night Flicks’ monthly showcase on Friday, May 28 at 8 p.m.
Join us at the Falls Taphouse (2215 Shallock Ave., Klamath Falls) for some BBQ and a beer plus a screening of the short film followed by a Q&A with the film’s director – Devin Tau. Or join the fun online via GoToMeeting at https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/267851389.

The Falls Taphouse includes a wide assortment of beers on tap, plus a Wubba’s BBQ Food Truck, and plenty of outdoor seating to properly social distance. Klamath Film will setup a screen and speakers to watch the film and chat with the film’s director afterwards.

The ‘Friday Night Flicks’ series revisits some of our favorite short films from the 2020 Klamath Independent Film Festival — offered free and open to the public at the Falls Taphouse and online via GoToMeeting.

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