That's what NALIP-SA promises for Friday, July 17, but don't get too excited. Though I offer the same enticements on my birthday party invitations every year, I'm guessing NALIP isn't talking about illegal fireworks and grain-alcohol Jello shots. As you can see on that handy flyer up there, they're talking a Media Explosion, as in all the short (most are between one and five minutes) experimental films you can handle in a three-hour period. The atmosphere at Radius will be more art gallery than film screening (wear comfortable shoes). And as for refreshments, the flyer doesn't specify but I'm guessing something that comes on a toothpick and won't leave you puking and shirtless at the end of the night. We can all go to my place afterward for that.
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