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Brainwash Drive-In/Bike-In/Walk-In Movie Festival!

Don't miss The Fabulous 12th Annual Brainwash Drive-In/Bike-In/Walk-In Movie Festival!
You'll eat up this year's bumper crop of movies, featuring cabbages, pumpkins, several mothers, death by other devices, puppetry, horror, action, stop-action, and (of course) animation. Featuring the Rhythmic Revolution, live and in person.
When: Friday & Saturday, July 7th & 8th, 2006. shows at 9:00 p.m.
Where: Alliance for West Oakland Development Parking Lot, 1357 5th St. at Mandela Parkway, Oakland, CA. Map at: http://www.brainwashm.com/map.html

How: Sit in your car, or on a chair (yours or ours), and watch movies "magically" projected onto a giant screen. Sound is broadcast into your car or boom box using the wonder of frequency modulation ("FM") — in stereo!
Admission: $8 ea. nite. Discount tickets available on TicketWeb:
http://www.ticketweb.com/user/?region=sfbay&query=schedule&attract=203403
and through our coupon (w/map): http://www.brainwashm.com/flyer06web.pdf


The Brainwash 2006 12th Annual Festival Program:
Friday, July 7th, 2006, 9:00 p.m.
Cellumania . . . . Lucinda Luvaas
Cell phones distract.
The Boy, The Girl, & The Piece of Chocolate . . . . Jack Foley
The last piece of chocolate creates domestic tension.
Linear Progression . . . . Kat Kosmala
In grass-eating comfort exists the orange protagonist of Linear Progression. An obstacle appears on the straight and narrow path.
Sins of the Mother . . . . Earl Newton
After an unsuspecting patient fails a background check, a second-year intern is directed to abort her child without her knowledge.
Mother of God . . . . Jim Magrini
A secular meditation on the state of melancholia that accompanies the separation of a mother from her child.
Alone and Inhuman . . . . Andrew Fisher
An evil farmer cultivates an insidious new drug. He will soon get a taste of his own medicine.
Dear Sweet Emma . . . . John Cernak
Unbeknownst to all, Emma has an uncontrollable dark side.
Unfinished Business . . . . Jason Kempnich
A supernatural encounter with the past throws a couple's future into question.
Road Kill . . . . Sean McMenemy
Sometimes roadkill isn't something you find dead in the middle of the road. Sometimes, it finds you.
John . . . . Vito Dinatolo
A writer is haunted by nightmares and a scary secret.
The Life and Death of a Pumpkin . . . . Aaron Yonda
Halloween, from a pumpkin's perspective. A dark comedy.
Latent Sorrow . . . . Shon Kim
An abstract sucession of forms.
Saturday, July 8th, 2006, 9:00 p.m.
Coke . . . . Eduarda Ribeiro
A collage of sounds and images from the routine of New York's suburbs, illustrating the relation between time, work and leisure.
The Mamtsotsi Bird . . . . Matt Horn
Evil soars to new heights. An African mythological creature is called down from the thunder by witches to carry out missions of malevolence.
Thought Bubble . . . . Billy Greene
A poor, homeless man, in a paper world, has dreams of his own.
Anhelo . . . . Adam Trowbridge
Anhelo means both "to breathe" and "to desire." An intense study of both.
Viola fondente . . . . Fabio Simonelli
Candies, chocolate, monotony -- revenge.
Perfections . . . . Tran Quoc Bao
Some of the best things in life are beyond your formal education.
The Pros and Cons of Breathing . . . . Seth Manheimer
A young thief would rather die as a criminal than live as a patient.
Day of the Cabbage . . . . Jeff Warmouth
An all-vegetable cast in a cracker city demand coleslaw from a giant cabbage.
Vend . . . . James Findlay
An old soft-drink vending machine stands on a grubby, forgotten street. One day, the machine is broken.
Caught in Paint . . . . Rita Blitt
Painter/sculptor Rita Blitt paints, accompanied by the David Parsons Dance Co.


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