The problem with the proliferation of short films on the Internet, especially comedies, is that you don't often get a chance to see them the way comedies are meant to be seen: with an audience.
The folks at Class Clown Films recognize this dilemma, and have arranged a special preview screening of two shorts—Unfollowed and Lunchtime Warfare—Tuesday night, October 16, at the Plaza Theater.
I spotted this Tweet promoting the event, and followed the link to its Facebook invitation.
Hosted by DJ Southanbred and Comic Karlous Miller, with an appearance by SFX supervisor Ndosi Anyabwile, the event promises music, sketch comedy, and the films themselves.
There's a suggested donation of $5, and it is highly encouraged that one RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 804-721-0446.
For complete information, and to catch the trailer for Lunchtime Warfare, hit the jump:
In what promises be a study in contrasts, the Plaza's other screen will be showing "Film Love Presents Two Films by Robert Drew":
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