Monday, August 15, 2005

The Week of the Hippie

A contributor to this blog and an information tech guy who helps out we dinosaures here at "Fat Bill and Me" are both involved with a documentary called "My Hippies." Caleb Clark, producer and John Coventry, general nutcake (one of the subjects) are having a free preview showing for "friends and family" (which all of you are) on Monday Aug. 22, at the Film Center, the home of the Santa Fe Film Festival.

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"My Hippies" Free Friends and Family Screening.

I will be having a free friends and family screening of my documentary "My Hippies" at the Cinema Cafe, Monday August 22nd, at 7pm. Directions below.

The movie is 47 minutes long and about four people in my life who met on Haight Street in 1969, and then dropped out together in the city, and in communes. Includes original stills and old film footage owned by the subjects, as well as a psychedelic rock sound track of unreleased music from the time.

A tutorial on how the film was made can be found here

The four subjects of the film will be in attendance and it's primarily for them (and friends of the project) that I'm screening on the big screen. The subjects have not seen any drafts of the film.

I'd love to see you there and bring friends if you want.

Free friends and family screening
Monday, August 22nd
Cinema Cafe (Now known as The Film Center)
1616 St. Michael's Drive, in the St. Michael's Village West Shopping Center
Contact: Caleb Clark, 619-920-7999 |



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