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Bring your blankets and coffee mugs to the Missouri United Methodist Church tonight. There will be free, outdoor screenings of two True/False films starting at 7 p.m. on the south wall of the downtown church. This event will continue for Saturday and Sunday night with the same films.
The Great Northwest, directed by Matt McCormick, will be shown. McCormick brings a scrapbook he found in a thrift store to life. The scrapbook he recreates is made by four Seattle women in 1958 and documents their 3,200-mile road trip.
The second film is a 61-minute compilation of shorts curated by Wholphin, a short film magazine. Violinists floating down a river, inventive recycling and daydreams with miniature airplanes are involved.
What: The Great Wall, outdoor screenings
Where: Elm Street, Missouri United Methodist Church
When: Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 7-11 p.m.
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