Lee Feigon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 01 Feb 2006 19:56:45 -0600
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For anyone in the Bay Area (or those of you who have friends there), "The
Passion of the Mao" has been invited to premiere at the Cinequest Film
Festival in March. Cinequest is the Silicon Valley film festival and is
attended by a lot of journalists and film people. While not as big as
Sundance, Cinequest is considered one of the major U.S. film festivals.
The film will screen twice:
Saturday, March 11th at 2:00 pm
345 South First Street
San Jose, CA
Sunday, March 12th at 2:45 p.m.
201 South Second Street
San Jose, CA
Tickets are available on line at http://www.cinequest.org/2006/
I hope to have a panel discussion following the screening at which we
talk not only about the film, but about Mao in general and also about the
Chang/Holliday book. There are some time constraints caused by other
festival events following the screening, so it's still not a hundred percent
clear that I will be able to do this, but I'm going to try.