Who's Your Dada?

An evening of avant-garde/experimental cinema at ASoF

Who's Your Dada?

Towers open fire on Michael Bay and his summer blockbuster ilk tonight at the Austin School of Film's Friendly But Starving IV: An Evening of Avant Garde & Experimental Film. You want weird? You got it.

From ASoF's press release:

2011 ASoF's Artist Salon & Screening Series presents a unique outdoor exhibition of Experimental Animation and Super 8 Cinema. Witness the talent and meet the artists at this year's Avant-Garde & Experimental Filmmaking and Experimental Animation showcase. Hors d'oeuvres and drinks provided, admission is free.

Works by: Lyndsay Bloom, Sabra Booth, Sikander Khan, Faiza Kracheni, Meg Hanna, Kyle Mitchell, Ambar Navarro, Sean Patrick, and Jeanne Stern.

Special musical performance by Ancient VVisdom.

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Austin School of Film, experimental film, Friendly But Starving, William Burroughs

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