Also at the Alamo

Luke Savisky's Rolling Roadshow 'Film Actions V,' 'Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth,' with the P-Funk All- Star in attendance, and Peter Bogdanovich live in person screening 'The Last Picture Show,' 'Paper Moon,' and 'Mask'

Luke Savisky
Luke Savisky

Also on the Alamo horizon, direct from the Sundance Film Festival and the mind of Luke Savisky, is the Rolling Roadshow Film Actions V, Saturday, April 9, 8pm at Azul cafe (1808 E. Cesar Chavez); Stranger: Bernie Worrell on Earth, with P-Funk All-Star Bernie Worrell live in person, Monday, April 11, and Tuesday, April 12, 9:45pm, Thursday, April 14, 7pm; and, at the Alamo South Lamar location, Peter Bogdanovich live in person screening The Last Picture Show, Friday, April 15, 9pm, Paper Moon, Saturday, April 16, 9:30pm, and Mask (unrated director's cut), Sunday, April 17, 7pm. More info at www.drafthouse.com or 476-1320.

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