FYI, from Mavin Foundation.
—– Forwarded message from Matt Kelley
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 08:54:23 -0700
From: Matt Kelley
Interesting indy film by hapa filmmaker, Greg Pak in Seattle…
ACCLAIMED INDEPENDENT FILM “ROBOT STORIES” RETURNS TO SEATTLE WITH FILMMAKER GREG PAK IN ATTENDANCE
SEATTLE, WA — ROBOT STORIES, the closing night feature from last year’s Northwest Asian American Film Festival, is coming back to Seattle for a theatrical run at the Varsity Theatre in Seattle’s University District from June 11 to June 17.
Writer/director GREG PAK will be in Seattle to introduce the evening shows on Friday June 11th and all the shows on Saturday June 12th. Support Asian American cinema by coming to see Greg’s film, and get a chance to chat with the director himself!
Critics speak out about ROBOT STORIES:
> “Fairly close to perfect.” — Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
> “Impeccably staged and acted.” — Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
> “A quietly impassioned, genuinely stirring indie rarity.” — Mark Holcomb, Village Voice
> “One of the most moving pieces I’ve seen all year.” — John Petrakis, Chicago Tribune
For more information about ROBOT STORIES, visit www.robotstories.net
For show times, visit www.landmarktheatres.com or call (206) 781-5755.
*** RECEPTION FOR FILMMAKER GREG PAK ON JUNE 12 ***
After the screenings on June 12, Northwest Asian American Film Festival and the Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame invite you to a reception with guest of honor Greg Pak at the stylish District Lounge in the University Tower Hotel. Bring your ROBOT STORIES ticket stub to the reception for a complimentary beverage!
Reception details are as follows:
> Date and time: Saturday, June 12, 9pm to 1am
> Location: The District Lounge in the Best Western University Tower Hotel, 4507 Brooklyn Ave. NE, Seattle
> Admission is free. Reception guests must be 21 or over.
600 1st Av, Suite 600
Seattle, WA 98104
Ph: 206 622 7101
Fx: 206 622 2231
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