Cine-Rama plays host to another indie short film showing
In an age of 140 character Tweets and six second Vine videos, a two hour and fifteen-minute movie may be a bit too long to keep some of us interested. If you feel this way, know that you’re not alone, and discover the works of Open Screen Night at Cine-Rama.
The event consists of an hour and a half screening of various, independently-produced short works, some of which have been submitted by moviemakers here in Chattanooga, as well as surrounding regions. Genres vary from comedies, dramas, documentaries, and even music videos, each of them the perfect run time for our quick-moving brains.
Putting on the events are ChattaMovie, a local moviemaker group, and earLuminators, a local production group. ChattaMovie consists of industry professionals, student and amateur moviemakers, as well as movie enthusiasts who, along with members of earLuminators, want to shine a light on Chattanooga’s growing independent movie community.
So if you’re in need of some short works with a long-lasting effect, check out Cine-Rama this Saturday, at 7 p.m. Admission is free.