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Just in case you’re sick of watching Jack and Rose cling to each other in Titanic, Zac Efron’s mediocre acting in The Lucky One (Don’t see it.) or Katniss fight in The Hunger Games, there’s another option in town. I’m obviously kidding. You could never be sick of Katniss. But if you’re over the other two, continue reading.
On April 22, the doors of The Blue Note open at 4 p.m. for the LUNAFEST film festival. This film festival is dedicated to promoting awareness about women’s issues and features nine short film by women filmmakers. The films vary from animation to fictional drama and cover topics such as motherhood, body image, cultural diversity and more.
Hosted by Central Misouri Community Action, all proceeds benefit the Breast Cancer Fund and Central Missouri Community Action. Tickets are $20 for the public and $15 with a student ID.
So if the theater truly doesn’t hold any excitement for you, head over to the box office of The Blue Note or go to thebluenote.com.
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