Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Arivaca Film Exposition

Saturday I went to the Second Annual Arivaca Film Exposition. Like last year, I could only stay and watch the day program since getting home in the dark is a problem on unlit and unpaved roads. Unlike last year, dramas rather than documentaries dominated the schedule. There was only one documentary out of four films in the day program this year. It was on the music scene in Tucson during the 1980s and 1990s. This was a subject I knew nothing about. Now I should be able to correctly answer any trivia question on the topic. I liked last year's program better. It had an emphasis on documentaries dealing with important local political issues such as immigration and water resources. But, my tastes are probably in the minority.

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