Film: Died Young, Stayed Pretty 

Wed., March 3

Ever wonder about the story behind that awesome band poster you saw hanging on a bulletin board in Little Five Points? DIED YOUNG, STAYED PRETTY reveals the creative minds of indie graphic artists and underground poster culture in North America. These artists sift through the mainstream culture thrown at us every day and synthesize those ideas into attention-grabbing art. The documentary, directed by Iranian-born Canadian filmmaker Eileen Yaghoobian, will screen at the Plaza Theatre with an appearance and introduction by Yaghoobian. Jess Hinshaw, an artist in the film, will also display his work, with an opportunity to buy and see some of the film's posters. $5-$20. 7:30 p.m. 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave. 404-873-1939. www.plazaatlanta.com. Read an interview with Died Young, Stayed Pretty director Eileen Yaghoobian.

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