Flux and Metro Gallery… Saturday and Sunday July 19th and 20th… Artscape weekend…

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Flux Studios and Metro Gallery are joining forces with a show called Sinerama: That’s Exploitation!

At Flux, we’ll be exhibiting a wild, rare collection of outrageous exploitation movie posters and will be screening trailers and the films of San Francisco drag legend, Peaches Christ, all day!

And at Metro Gallery on Sunday 8pm, we will be screening the 70s-style exploitation wonder “Starrbooty” starring international drag legends RuPaul and Lady Bunny! (Do you see a trend here??) We are also proud to be showing never before seen footage and trailers from the upcoming smut-exploitation epic, “Black Devil Doll”. I HAVE A FEW VERY SCARCE 1-SHEET POSTERS TO GIVEAWAY for “Black Devil Doll”!

Flux Studios (location and hours)
1821 N. Charles St. (near North Ave. and New York Fried Chicken!)
Sat: 12-8pm Sun: 2-6pm

Metro Gallery
1700 N. Charles St. (2 Blocks south of New York Fried Chicken)
Screening on Sunday July 20th at 8pm

Booze: METRO GALLERY HAS A BAR! They will have full bar service which makes movie night so much more fun. Test out this theory yourself. Flux will also have cheap cold beer all weekend.

Artscape “PHOTOBOOTH” Saturday July 19th
This year, Artscape has set up two or three “Photobooths” where different photographers will take shifts photographing people with the resulting photos becoming part of a growing photo installation.

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