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Arts and Entertainment

Screening Alert: Harmony & Me

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Those who read this column frequently know that I am a fierce proponent of true independent film (e.g. micro-budgeted films not featuring famous people slumming). Sadly, most of those films -- even the good ones -- will only play at film festivals and not be seen by a wider audience. From time to time, though, a small film breaks through and makes it into a theater (e.g. where any film should be seen -- fuck DVDs on a widescreen). Tonight at the Silent Film Theater, you can see one of my favorites from last year's Los Angeles Film Festival, Harmony & Me (review and interview here). Even if you don't end up liking the film, it's impossible not to have a good time at the Silent so I encourage everyone to check it out!

Harmony & Me screens tonight at The Silent Movie Theater at 8 pm.