Critter, Vanessa Renwick's experimental documentary about the reintroduction of grey wolves into the West, has been several years in the making and, well, you'll just have to wait a little bit longer. But luckily, you can help speed along the creative process by attending a special benefit screening on Wednesday, where Renwick and partner in crime/art/life Bill Daniel will be on hand to present two new documentries based on their shared and ongoing obsessions with trains, American folkloric mythology and graffiti.Who is Bozo Texino? is described as the "culmination of Daniel's twenty-plus year investigation into the century-old folkloric practice of boxcar graffiti." Renwick will premiere a film that documents the man behind Portland's Lovejoy Columns, Greek immigrant and rail worker Tom Stefopoulos. Renwick will also debut a new short, Cascadia Terminal, with a score by Tara Jane O'Neil.
Wednesday, September 28 • 7:30p
Presented by Cinema Project • Hollywood Theatre • 4122 NE Sandy Blvd.
Sliding scale $6-$25
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