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SEE SHORTS BY INDIGENOUS FILMMAKERS
Women In Film International Committtee is behind the 2nd Annual "Focus on International Short Films A Night to Celebrate Indigenous Filmmakers of the Americas" which takes place tonight in Barnsdall Park. The celebration will include food, art, music, and, of course short films by indigenous filmmakers from North Central and South American countries. Their cultures will be represented in the evening's festivities. The reception starts at 6 and the screening is at 7. Tickets.

IS THAT A GHOST?
Remember when you'd develop a Polaroid photo and an eerie entity would appear on the print? Well, drkrm gallery is launching a show tonight of just that--ghostly appearances on Polaroids--called Seeing Things. Check out the opening reception from 7 to midnight tonight and see if you see dead people, too!