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Carbon Arc's three weeks

What to expect in successive Thursdays at Khyber screening series


Carbon Arc Cinema (at the the Khyber, 1588 Barrington Street) has a few things planned in the near future.

Speaking in Code, directed by Amy Lee Grill, captures the lives of people brought together by a passion for music. Grill follows the creators, including her techno-loving husband, for several years, watching them get whisked away by music, parties and unknown destinations. Some strive to succeed, while others hold on. This screening is tonight, April 14 at 7pm.

Next Thursday is an award-winning story The Band's Visit by Eran Kolirin. A band of Egyptian policemen, arrive in Israel to play a show at an Arab arts center, only to discover they’re in the wrong town.

On April 28 there will be a DVD release party featuring a collection of Solomon Nagler’s short films, published by the Montreal-based, Institut pour la coordination et la propagation des cinemas exploratoires. Along with the screening the ICPCE will have a video installation on the third floor of the Khyber.

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