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The Shoots: The Making-Of "Life Is Fare" Exhibit Opening

When: Thu., Sept. 6, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2018
Phone: 415-351-1912
Email: info@tenderloinmuseum.org
Price: free
www.tenderloinmuseum.org/events/2018/9/6/the-shoots-the-making-of-life-is-fare-exhibit-opening
Tenderloin Museum presents a “making-of” exhibition about the independent, locally produced film Life Is Fare, curated by the film’s director, Sephora Woldu. Shot in the Tenderloin, Life is Fare is a Tigrinya and English language film that explores three wildly different perspectives on the East African nation of Eritrea. Inspired by current Eritrean and Ethiopian migration journeys, the film portrays global conversations about identity with an intimate sense of place. Woldu is an ambitious young filmmaker whose persistent DIY spirit is emblematic of the neighborhood she so passionately portrays in her feature. Life is Fare screens 7/27 at TLM.

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