Thursday, August 03, 2006

AV Geeks Return To Texas!

What Now, Skipper?
Continuing the constant challenge to bring you educational film entertainment in the strangest of places (which have included a moving schoolbus and a sausage factory!), AV Geeks and Alamo Drafthouse challenge you to watch boat safety films on an actual boat! Films include What Now, Skipper?, Suddenly In Command and more!

Join us for BBQ, swimming and above all - a hilarious lesson in boat safety! The Ark for this screening is limited to 75 passengers, there is a long swim platform and slide that is great fun! Plus - your ticket includes beer! LOCATION: Beach Front Boat Rentals on Lake Travis at Highland Lakes Marina in Volente More info.

Admission $18 plus $5 parking

6:30pm-11pm, Friday, Aug 4th, hosted by the amazing Alamo Drafthouse in Austin, TX



The Modern Housewife Films aimed towards solving the problems faced by today's (well, really, yesterday's) modern housewife. A fascinating and insulting look at the 1950s and 1960s housewife. Films include: Goodbye to Garbage, Home is What You Make it, Soft as a Cloud, Joy of Living with Fragrance and Freeze-In.
Admission $7


7pm, Sunday, Aug 6th, Alamo Drafthouse Downtown, Austin, TX



Dag, that's Cold!
Let's face it, Texas in August is brutally hot and the AV Geeks spend most of their time holed up in a dark dank basement watching films. To counteract the sticky humidity of Houston, we present a show of films about living in cold weather. Films include Surviving The Cold, How to build an igloo, How to drive on snow and ice and more!
8:15pm, Tuesday, Aug 8th, Aurora Picture Show, 800 Aurora St, Houston TX




The Modern Housewife
Films aimed towards solving the problems faced by today's (well, really, yesterday's) modern housewife. A fascinating and insulting look at the 1950s and 1960s housewife. Films include: Goodbye to Garbage, Home is What You Make it, Soft as a Cloud, Joy of Living with Fragrance and Freeze-In.

8:30pm, Wednesday, Aug 9th, Angelika Film Center, 5321 E. Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, sponsored by Dallas Video Fest

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