Film-Oriented “Live Wire” Event Sat. April 20 at 8pm



A unique and entertaining event happens Saturday April 20th at the Portland Art Museum’s Whitsell Auditorium. Cost? Only $12 and a can of food for the Oregon Food Bank. I guarantee you will love it. And if you’re into movies and comedy, you’ll love it more. It’s part of the upcoming Food for Thought festival with proceeds going to the Oregon Food Bank. If you’ve never experienced Portland radio’s Live Wire!, you’re in for a treat. I’ve seen their shtick several times. And forgive me for using an overworked word – they are AWESOME. Oh, and check out their special guests below. It’s not often you’ll experience such amazingly accomplished folks all on one Portland stage.  Hope to see you there.

Live Wire! Goes to the Movies

Time:   8p Saturday, April 20, 2013 Location: Whitsell Auditorium, Portland Art   Museum 1219 SW Park at Madison (inside the Portland Art Museum) Price: $12  

Attend this event (takes you to the ticket page of the website)

Film from script to screen is the focus when The Northwest Film Center plays host, and acclaimed OPB radio variety show Live Wire! brings its unique, lively approach to producing an eclectic evening for film lovers. Guests include Portland screenwriter Mike Rich (Finding Forrester,The Rookie, Secretariat); Amy Ephron, Columbia Pictures alumna and director of the short film [email protected]; Yael Kohen, author of We Killed: The Rise of Women in American Comedy and composer Mark Orton (The Good Girl, Sweet Land, Buck) who will show how music can make or break a scene. (This is a live show only  and will not be taped for broadcast.)

Link to the brochure: http://www.foodforthoughtpdx.org

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