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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Norwegian Film, French arts, Latin videos and a Japanese evening

Chris has sent us an invitation for a free film tomorrow night at E Street called Headhunters. It is a Norwegian thriller - here is the link.  So I don't know how many "reservations" remain and even if you have reservation, you are not guaranteed a seat.  They overbook the same way a Meetup does - because people don't show. The film has received good reviews.

Our favorite First Friday gallery - Hillyer - will be having a Closing Night Party on Friday April 27 from 6-9 for their American Landscapes exhibit. This is a very good exhibit and anything they do gets a nice crowd.

There is a Latin Video Art Festival of New York Thursday through Saturday at the utterly wonderful but mostly unknown Art Museum of the Americas at 201 18th Street, NW in Washington. There are 3 90-minute looped sessions; the museum is open from 10am to 5pm.

On Tuesday the French Embassy starts a new French Women in the Arts series with the famous film, Lola Montes.  You need a reservation (click here), the cost of the film is $8 and there is a deal of 5 events for $20.

On Thursday, there is a Bento Box Office at The Textile Museum, sponsored by Pink Line Project - and I also saw that John Hanshaw's Washington Film Institute will have a group as well.  I think there is a picnic and then an outdoor film with a Japanese theme all around. Tickets are $15 with a drink included. Should be a nice crowd - though I am headed to the AMAZING Nellie McKay at the Birchmere.

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