On screen, the theater will show short films from the 2012 Three Rivers Film Festival competitive shorts program. All featured works are from regional filmmakers, including Melissa Martin (Dog Bytes), Michael McKowen (1609), and Andy Kelemen and Mike Rubino (Letter Die: A Gamut Sibling Mystery). Letter Die was also the big winner at the annual 48 Hour Film Project – for a taste of what to expect from the Harris event, see a trailer for the film below:
In the Tiny Harris Gallery, Los Angeles-based artist and writer Loren Kantor showcases his original prints from carved woodcuts and linocuts inspired by classic films. The original pieces include portraits of actors and actresses from Hollywood’s golden age.
The event is free and runs from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Kantor’s Classic Hollywood Woodcut Prints will be on display in the Tiny Harris Gallery from Jan 25th to April 8th.