Queer film organization Three Dollar Bill Cinema is celebrating the passage of marriage equality in the state with a double feature Wednesday evening at Central Cinema. And you’re invited!
From Three Dollar Bill Cinema:
You’re invited to Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s Gay Wedding Celebration, with I THINK I DO and THE WEDDING BANQUET at Central Cinema
Celebrate the passage of marriage equality in Washington (and help to keep it legal!) with two fun-filled, matrimony-minded classics of queer cinema.
Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s Gay Wedding Celebration is the first event to be produced under our new label of archival events, Rewind. Hard-to-find movies, rarely screened film prints, and classics from the archives will be showcased in future Rewind screenings of vintage queer films. From the festive holiday tradition of “An Evening With AUNTIE MAME” to month-long retrospective series such as “OUTLAW: Jean Genet on Film,” these events provide opportunities for generations young and mature to look back at queer themes and imagery in film and see how far we’ve come.
April 25, 2012
1411 21st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
We’ll be collecting donations for Washington United for Marriage, a coalition of organizations, congregations, unions, and businesses working together to secure civil marriage for loving, committed gay and lesbian couples. Representatives will also be present at both screenings with information and opportunities to get involved.
Buy in advance and save money!
$10 each film
$8 for members of Three Dollar Bill Cinema
Above tickets will be $2 more at the door
Double Feature: See both films for one low price of $15 (same price in advance or at the door)
Also Wednesday, just around the corner, the monthly Art Show takes over Hollow Earth Radio. Things get underway at 9 p.m.