July 11, 2012
Project Twenty1 And The Norristown Arts Council Team Up To Host A Night Of Free Outdoor Independent Movies, Friday, July 13
Friday the 13th isn’t always just about black cats and bad luck. Oftentimes, some good things come of it. Take, for example, Project Twenty1 and the Norristown Arts Council’s free screening of independent short films on Friday, July 13, at 8 p.m.
Bring your blankets and chairs to the “Movies from the Hill” event and watch fun and interesting shorts of independent films and animation all evening long. You’ll even have a chance to meet the artists.
Popcorn, cotton candy and beverages will be available for sale. Note to parents: this screening is rated approximately PG-13 (mature subject matter/violence).
“Movies from the Hill” brings back public movies to Norristown for the first time since 1982.
Click here to check out the campaign to bring a regular outdoor screening series of independent film and animation to Norristown in 2013.
Movies from the Hill
Where: Dekalb and East Airy Streets, Norristown
When: Friday, July 13, 8 p.m.
More info: www.projecttwenty1.com