- HOLLOW EARTH RADIO is proud to present the world’s first ever Time Travel Museum and a one-of-a-kind Time Travel Party in Seattle, WA. The museum will open on October 21st, 2015, and remain open until the party on November 7th, 2015.
- The Time Travel Museum will feature artifacts and evidence of time travel, as well as local artists’ interpretation of the theme. The museum will be hosted at Hollow Earth Radio’s headquarters in the Central District. The opening ceremony for the museum, on October 21st, will feature live performances by Swooning (featuring Briana Marela) and WLISPS, as well as time travel lectures.
- The date of the opening ceremony was chosen to coincide with the landing date of Marty Mcfly in Back to the Future. Also come see the new Making of: Back to the Future special free happy-hour screening at Central Cinema Friday Oct 23 at 5:00.
- The Time Travel Party was inspired by theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking’s failed attempt to entice time travelers to a similar event. “I have experimental evidence that time travel is not possible,” he said. “I gave a party for time-travelers, but I didn’t send out the invitations until after the party. I sat there a long time, but no one came.” Hollow Earth Radio has decided to make it’s own attempt at throwing a party for Time Travelers, however in this case they aren’t just waiting until after the event to send out invites.
- The Time Travel Party, on November 7th, will feature performances by The Fabulous Downey Brothers among other artists, the creation of a time capsule, and more surprises. Hollow Earth Radio hopes to attract travelers from all eras and timelines to attend this event.
- Both events are part of an upcoming fundraising campaign to help Hollow Earth Radio purchase an antenna and other necessary equipment to begin broadcasting as KHUH. Hollow Earth Radio is a Seattle-based freeform online radio station that recently received a low-power fm license.
- For more information about Hollow Earth Radio and the upcoming events, please contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the following sites:
The Unfolding Project is the fourth collaboration about the idea of “place” undertaken by Susan Gans and David Traylor. Prior exhibitions were conceptual and broader in context. Gans and Traylor chose Unfolding to be specific and to look at a street that reflects social, economic and cultural changes not unlike what has been seen in many cities across the country.
Gans and Traylor spent more than a year walking Union Street and talking to members of the business community, artists and residents before deciding how to shape their show. The title of the exhibition is symbolic of how the street appears on a map and how it is viewed with the work presented. The full exhibition was shown at Gallery 110 in Pioneer Square this September.
Beginning November 10th and running thru January 3rd, the Central Cinema will show highlights including the book that focuses on important intersections throughout the Union Street Corridor. A series of independent photographs augment the art book of photographs and drawings and concentrate on East Union Street.
Susan Gans is a photographer deeply rooted in city life and the back-stories not always noticed by the accidental onlooker. David Traylor is an artist and Landscape Architect who looks for a different approach to describing how landscapes and the objects within them are seen.
Susan Gans is represented by Gallery 110 in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
David Traylor is represented by Ryan James Fine Arts in Kirkland, WA and is a member of Shift Gallery in Seattle.
The 20th anniversary screenings of HACKERS in Hecklevision are Off The Chain!! We just added a new showtime 7:00 Wednesday Sept 2nd for all of you who couldn’t get tickets for the other shows. The phone in your pocket has more processing power than any computer in this movie, so use your Phreak to hack this movie to shreds. Ride your roller-blades and Hack The Planet!!!
Strong Sous Chef with demonstrated kitchen management experience wanted for our busy neighborhood dinner theater, 4 – 5 nights per week. This position includes work creating seasonal menus, food costing, inventory, ordering, communicating with purveyors, and managing a small kitchen crew.
Must have weekend availability, work well under pressure, have strong organization and communication skills and be able to deliver consistently high quality food in a very fast paced environment.
Central Cinema is a unique, family run movie theater serving a full menu with local and organic ingredients. Full menu is served in 120 seat cinema and 22 seat bistro. Check our current menu at http://www.central-cinema.com/menus/
Please send resume, references, and contact phone number to email@example.com.
SketchFest Seattle presents the 8th Annual Comedy Film Challenge. Comedy filmmakers from around the country (and Canada!) vie for the title of Audience Favorite. Also present will be three comedy & film luminaries to present a Juried Award. Jurors this year include solo performer Jennifer Jasper, filmmaker Jade Justad, and producer Krk Nordenstrom. Film! Prizes! Food! Booze! Hilarity! It’s all at the SketchFest Seattle Comedy Film Challenge!
Join Minneapolis film maker John Ervin for a free Happy Hour screening of his new project THE TIKI WAR on Monday, June 29, at 5:30 pm!
THE TIKI WAR: “Mad Men” meets “Breaking Bad” in this exploration of mob-ruled Chicago, rum-soaked Cuba, post-war Korea and pre-Kennedy Washington.
Over the course of one busy, bloody hour, the night before President Kennedy’s inauguration, “The Tiki War” follows three rival club owners and two luckless entertainers as they battle over territory, honor, heroin and Cuba’s most potent rum.
For more info on “The Tiki War” go to www.thetikiwar.com.
Will the Thrill with legendary grindhouse director William Grefe, in town early for our SHATFEST: THRILLVILLE’S TRIBUTE TO WILLIAM SHATNER! screening of his classic “Impulse” Thursday June 11 at Central Cinema
THE BONEBAT SHOW’S “COMEDY OF HORRORS” FILM FEST is proud to announce the complete Official Selections for their fifth evening of comedy/horror features, shorts and live music, to take place at Central Cinema in Seattle, WA on April 25th, 2015.
We are proud to present the following features, in their Seattle big-screen premieres:
Wolf Cop! From Echolands Creative Group, and Cinecoup, and RLJ Entertainment, directed by Lowell Dean, starring Leo Fafard, Amy Matysio, and Sarah Lind.
“As a series of strange and violent events unfold, an alcoholic policeman realizes that he has been turned into a werewolf. Could his transformation be part of as part of a sinister conspiracy? His investigation reveals that he may be part man and part wolf; but he is all cop.”
Feartown, USA! From Annum Films, directed by Brandon Bassham, starring Anna Callegari, Cody Lindquist, and Amber Sophia Nelson.
“On St. Blevins Day (the most debauched of regional holidays), four boys looking to lose their virginity, a girl haunted by a dark secret, a lonely teenager, and an escaped mental patient all meet at a party in the woods. They were looking for fun but what they found… was TERROR!”
These features will accompany the following Official Shorts Selections, which will compete for the annual audience-selected Bonebat Viewers Choice Award for Best Short:
“Friggers”, Ireland, Andrew Parkhill, Director.
“The Lion’s Mouth”, Geofilms, Spain. Alfonso Garcia Lopez, Director.
“I love You So Hard”, Rather Good, UK, Joel Veitch, Director.
“Til Death”, Hands Off productions, USA. Jason Tostevin, Director.
“M is for Miracle”, Altotoga, Spain, Álvaro Núñez García, Director.
“Big Shot” Shorts, France, Girelle Productions. Maurice Huvelin, Director.
“Father Mud”, Little Studio Films, USA, Jameson Hesse, Director.
“White Rice”, Holbrook Films, USA. Ben Holbrook, Director.
“The Grey Matter”, McCoubrey Brothers, USA. Luke and Peter McCoubrey, Directors.
“Herring”, Klomp Animation, Netherlands. Davor Bujakovic and Junaid Chundrigar, Directors.
“First Date”, The Ubiquitous Studio 42, USA. Steven DeGennaro, Director.
“Supervillain”, Kino Lora, Spain. Joaquin Lora Jiménez, Director.
“La mano de Nefertiti”, Elsenor Studio, Spain. Guillermo GarcÍa Carsi, Director.
“The Bright Side”, Norway, Ninjafilm. Thomas Lind, Director.
“Buenas Manos”, Altotoga, Argentina. Francisco Bendomir, Director
“The Dinner guest”, JT Films, USA. John Tuccillo Jr, Director.
“The Black Forest”, Banatu Filmak S.L., Spain. Paul Urkijo, , Director.
“Boxgirl”, Dark Vessel, USA. Rocky Curby, Director.
“Saw Burger”, USA, Low Carb Comedy, Zoran Gjovic, Director.
“Magic”, BYP Media, Spain. Iker Arce, Director.
“Experimotion”, La Academia de Animación, Argentina, Lula Gómez and Jordi Piulachs, Directors.
“Monstro!”, Toonlets, USA, Chris Romano, Director.
“Selfie”, Fraught Productions, UK. Geoff Harmer, Director
“Marrying the Sea”, Ireland, Sarah Walsh, Director.
“Escape from Midwich Valley”, Artpark, France, PH Debies, Director.
“The Terrible Typewriter”, Hillewood, Sweden. Marko Kattilakoski, Director.
“The Outer Darkness”, Bloodycuts UK. Ben Franklin and Anthony Melton, Directors,
“Lesley the Pony has an A+ Day”, The Superhumanist, USA. Christian Larrave, Director.
“Alientampon”, Germany, Chinzilla Films. Jan Zenker, Director.
“Galilycan”, USA, Low Carb Comedy, Zoran Gjovic, Director.
“Brent Sims’ Grave Shivers”, USA, Sims Films. Brent Sims, Director.
“Bad Guy #2”, The Bear Media, USA. Chris McInroy, Director.
“Dead Hearts”, Save The Clock Tower Pictures/Odd Human Films, Canada. Stephen W. Martin, Director.
And a special screening of “Dirdy Birdy Redux”, Stretch Films, USA, John R. Dilworth, Director.
The festival received full funding via Kickstarter for the second straight year in November of 2014. Additional trailers, links and images for all films can be found at our official festival site.
The “Comedy of Horrors” Film Fest, recently named one of the Top 5 Coolest Comedy Film Festivals on the Planet by MovieMaker Magazine, and the world’s ONLY dedicated Comedy-Horror film festival, is hosted by Steve and Gord of THE BONEBAT SHOW podcast. The fifth edition will take place Saturday, April 25th, 2015 from 2:00 pm to 12:00 am at Central Cinema in Seattle, WA. The Fest will include two comedy/horror features, over four hours of short films, prizes galore from our generous sponsors, and live music from San Francisco’s own Lester T. Raww’s Graveside Quartet and The Pine Box Boys.
CENTRAL CINEMA is Seattle’s only Dine-In Cinema, located in the Central District at 21st & Union, and is famous for their amazing selection of independent and cult classic films, as well as their full dinner menu, organic popcorn and cocktails.
The BoneBat “Comedy of Horrors” Film Fest is an R-rated event, due to strong language, graphic sex and intense violence. And that’s just from the hosts, wait ’til you see the films!
Tickets are on sale now at www.bonehand.com for the early bird price of $35.00/$40.00 after April 10th, 2014.
THE BONEBAT FILM FEST is sponsored by Mac and Jack’s Brewery, Corner Comics, Scarecrow Video, Flying Saucer Pizza, Games and Gizmos, Dolcetta Artisan Sweets, Paizo Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, Oni Press, Vortex Movies and Music, Charging Hippo Brewery, Stalker Farms, Jerry Kuch and GT Printing Equipment.
THE BONEBAT SHOW is a comedy and pop-culture podcast which features independent music. The show is hosted by Steve Holetz and cartoonist G J Caulkins of www.mightywombat.com, has aired roughly every three weeks since September 2007, and has just released it’s 128th episode. The Podcast- and Parsec Award nominee can be found at www.bonebat.com.
For additional information about the festival, or to buy tickets, please visit http://www.bonehand.com/bonebatff.html
For the past ten years and counting, the Found Footage Festival has toured the country, with co-founders founders Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett presenting their carefully curated found video treasures on the big screen. Tomorrow and Friday, the Found Footage Festival land at Seattle’s Central Cinema. In advance of the shows (one on Thursday, two on Friday), David Schmader at The Stranger chatted up Nick Preuher about all things FFF.
Just saw this article on Capitol Hill Seattle about the Harvard Exit Theater closing and it is heartbreaking.
The news about The Varsity is just as bleak. Just as the Egyptian is coming back to life it feels like the real estate rug is being pulled out from under such cool theaters.