Drew Christie returns to The Clyde March 13
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The Clyde Theatre is proud to present another Film and Filmmakers event by local filmmaker and animator Drew Christie at 1 PM on Sunday, March 13. Drew has recently returned from the Sundance Film Festival, where his latest two films showed to rave reviews.
He’ll be talking about how he got started with making films, his first experience with Sundance four years ago, how he got picked up by the New York Times Op-Doc team, how that led to work for Vanity Fair, and about what inspires him and brought his films back to Sundance in 2014 and this year.
Interspersed with descriptions of the short film world and what inspires him, Drew will be showing some of his work, from his first film Bad Meat, through some of his work at Evergreen College including How to Bring Democracy to the Fish, his Op-Doc of the musician’s life Naturally, J.J. Cale, and his latest live-action work with other Island talent Emperor of Time.
The box office opens at 12:30 for the 1:00 show, and admission is the usual $7, or just $5 if you’re 65 and over or under 17.