Art: The Mini Microcinema Opening Screening and Party

People’s Liberty’s second Globe Grantee, filmmaker C. Jacqueline Wood, kicks off the first night of The Mini Microcinema — 10 weeks of experimental film/video/media screenings — Thursday at the nonprofit’s Globe Gallery in Findlay Market.

click to enlarge C. Jacqueline Wood received a $15,000 People’s Liberty Globe Grant to install the microcinema.
C. Jacqueline Wood received a $15,000 People’s Liberty Globe Grant to install the microcinema.

People’s Liberty’s second Globe Grantee, filmmaker C. Jacqueline Wood, kicks off the first night of The Mini Microcinema — 10 weeks of experimental film/video/media screenings — Thursday at the nonprofit’s Globe Gallery in Findlay Market. While Wood has invited filmmakers, critics and independent groups to curate each week’s programming, Thursday features films Wood herself has chosen to highlight, including work by filmmakers Liz Cambron, Shirin Mozaffari and Nora Sweeney, among others. The opening celebration includes music, drinks, appetizers and a short introduction to experimental film and video. No tickets are needed for the opening screening, which will happen 8-9 p.m., but seating for 140 is first-come, first-serve. Read the full feature story here.


6-10 p.m. Thursday. The Mini Microcinema is open through Sept. 3. Free. 1805 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, mini-cinema.org.


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