The Mini Microcinema — an experimental film experience produced in partnership with People’s Liberty — has been more than just a popular success. It has inspired Cincinnati film buffs to seek out the possibilities for a more savvy, sophisticated and varied film-exhibition environment than is now available here. Programmer C. Jacqueline Wood closes out the venue’s stand Thursday night with a party/live cinema event featuring artist Charles Woodman’s live video presentation, Terminal Beach, in which he puts fragments from science fiction, avant-garde and other films into a new, meaningful whole while musicians create a score. It will be preceded by a live performance from the Video Band. And watch for The Mini to reappear at The Carnegie next year for sure, if not somewhere else sooner.
Party starts 6 p.m. Thursday; screening at 7:30 p.m. Free. People’s Liberty, 1805 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine, mini-cinema.org.