Be Our Valentine: Mechanical Eye Microcinema presents short films about love and heartbreak

Here’s the press release from Mechanical Eye Microcinema:

Asheville, N.C. – Mechanical Eye Microcinema (MEM) will host a screening of short films about love and heartbreak on February 14th at the BeBe Theater. The film program is a mix of handmade, animated, collage, cut-paper animation, live action and even a glitched video game. We’ll be showing a mix of video and 16mm prints! Come prepared for beauty, humor, cuteness, romance, strange, and a little bit of sad.

The BeBe Theater, 20 Commerce Street, Asheville
Thursday, February 14th at 8 p.m.
$5 (No one turned away for lack of funds)

Film line-up:

Jodie Mack – The Saddest Song in the World
Evan Meaney – the well of representation
Jamie Olson – Broccoli and Carrots
Chris Renaud – Two by One
Ben Popp – Laszlo Lassu
Drake Arnold – Aphrodite
Penny Lane – Voyagers
Helen Hill – Tunnel of Love
Joe Lachajczyk – I Love (St.) Louis
Natalie Abshez – 3 Kisses
Casey Swoyer – Court
Alex Ingersoll — condiment


Introducing Asheville’s newest microcinema! MEM celebrates the subversive and creative possibilities of the moving image. MEM is a mobile microcinema that will screen films at different locations each month. View our schedule at:

Mechanical Eye Microcinema specializes in screening independent, experimental, avant-garde, and documentary films and videos that otherwise may not be shown in Asheville.


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