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NW Music Videos Open Screening

  • Directed by Various
  • United States, 2015

As part of the Reel Music Fest, the NW Film Center is proud to present an open screening of NW Music Videos. This will be our version of 120 minutes, but featuring the unique visions of local music video directors and the music of some of the best music out there! Join us for this fun event on Jan. 21st at the Skype Live Studio. After the screening we’ll be treated to the sounds of the band Psychomagic. This event is FREE. Doors at 6:30pm with videos starting at 7. Pizza by Hotlips and Beer by Sierra Nevada!
You miss the good old days of sitting around watching music videos? Well, come on out to this screening!

Sponsored by KINK.fm and Hotlips Pizza.

Genres: Short

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