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Friday, February 12, 2010
PAST: FILM: Special Screening of "Marching Band" with Q & A and Community Event SAT, Feb 20th 6:00pm - 8:30pm, Free
Free Film screening at the Lincoln Theatre Saturday, February 20th 6:00pm
RSVP in advance here as seating is limited or donate $5 at the door
You are invited to join the historic Lincoln Theatre
A one-time screening of Marching Band, a documentary film capturing the spirit of the 2008 election
Post-screening reception featuring service opportunities for you to make change in your own neighborhood.
About the film: Fresh from a world premiere at the Locarno International Film Festival, MARCHING BAND, by French filmmaker Claude Miller, captures the spirit of the 2008 Presidential election through the young and talented students of two college marching bands at the University of Virginia and Virginia State.
About the host venue: The Lincoln Theatre has been the "Jewel on U" since 1922 and has hosted performers ranging from Duke Ellington to Jamie Foxx to Alicia Keys.
~ A wide variety of service opportunities with local organizations
~ Photos from the 2008 Presidential election
~ Q&A with co-directors and producers Annie Miller and Helena Cotinier
~ Post-screening reception
Co-sponsored by: Class of Change, Les Films du Losange and DC's Young & Powerful