Wanda | Shadowbox Studio | Screen: Special Showings | Indy Week
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When: Thu., Sept. 29, 7 p.m. 2016



Shadowbox Studio, which has previously brought us screening series dedicated to things like samurai-film deep cuts, tries out a new concept with Blastco Productions in Movie Loft: cult films, complementary records, and hot dogs. Always hot dogs. The monthly series begins with Barbara Loden's classic indie drama Wanda (1970), a great American road movie for beleaguered housewives, widely known as the first film written, directed by, and starring a woman. Though it won an award at the Venice International Film Festival, it received little attention stateside, and chances are decent you haven't seen it. DJs Carl Pants and Next Time will spin country and soul records by women from the sixties and seventies, and in addition to tube steaks, there's free popcorn for the herbivores and cheap bevvies for the drinkavores.

—Brian Howe

7 p.m., free, www.facebook.com/MovieLoftz

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