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DreamWeek Featured Event: Social Action Films
Sat, Jan 10, 2015 2pm to 6pm
Carver Community Cultural Center - 226 N Hackberry San Antonio, TX · Cost: $5, donation
DreamWeek Featured Event: Social Action Films
Jan 7, 2015

"Cinema is a medium that can translate ideas." - David Lynch

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This event will screen various documentaries focused on modern social issues, the movements of our day, and a look at the beauty of Earth’s diversity. We will also look at the forces who oppose such change, what does the opposition look like? Documentary films will include Disruption, Confessions of an Undercover Cop, In Transition 2.0, and more. Food will be available afterwards.

SCREENINGS AT 2 P.M. FOOD AT 6 P.M. • MUSIC AT 7 P.M. • ALL AGES • $5 suggested donation *************************************************

7PM - MUSIC UNITES Concert Series for DreamWeek

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Timeline of events:

2:00pm - Beginning with Social Action Films at 2:00pm presented by Rick Canfield of Native Creation starts before the "Music Unites" concert series at the Craver Jo Long Theater.This event will screen various documentaries focused on modern social issues, the movements of our day, and a look at the beauty of Earth’s diversity. Documentary films will include Disruption, Confessions of an Undercover Cop, In Transition 2.0, and more.

6:00pm - Food and drinks will be provided by award winning Say.She.Ate and Dorcol Distilling Company at a nominal cost and free sampling of Elements Kombucha.

7:00pm - "Music Unites" Concert will commence with fishermen and friends. Special Guests, Nick Long of We're Brothers We're Brothers playing an acoustic set, Singer/Songwriter Desmond Fahie will have his own style of musical collaborations. Also powerful words by poets: Lee Coffee III., May Morning, & Andrea Vocab Sanderson.

MrPinata SA will be sharing his good spirit and offering free T-shirt screen printing and handing out custom signs for the good people joining us at the nations largest MLK March.

11:00pm - After Party at Dorćol Distilling

 

Saturday, Carver Community Cultural Center, 226 N Hackberry, dreamweek.org.

Main event page: http://dreamweek.org/events/social-action-films/

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