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Homemade Bad Movie Night Tonight at Argus Lounge

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Mind-bending, I'm sure.

Remember that time you got your hands on a camcorder when you were a kid (or teenager, or college student, or full grown adult) and you suddenly knew, that this thing you held in your hands would be your key to becoming a rich and famous director like Martin Scorsese or Casey Affleck. Well, now you can have your chance to screen your best/worst work for a real paying audience as Argus Lounge hosts the Cut and Run traveling film festival. The festival specializes in “short, avant-garde and experimental video” and your $2 entrance fee (sliding scale) not only makes you their benefactor but it also gets you a chance at some free drink tickets.

Want to enter? The only requirements are the film is under 10 minutes, in DVD format and made by you (no cheating!)

Cut and Run Tour – Bad Movie Benefit
Tonight, September 15th, 8pm
$2 cover (sliding scale)
Argus Lounge
3197 Mission Street at Fair Ave [Outer Mission/Bernal Heights]

Cut and Run event page
Hat tip to our friends at funcheapSF

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  1. September 15, 2010 at 7:46 pm

    bummer this only showed up in my RSS feed just now, 15 minutes before the event. Sounds like it’d be neat though.