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Flick Clique Q&A: Crude



City Weekly's Flick Clique has previously invited you to join us at audience conversations after screenings of No Impact Man and Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire. If you haven't been part of the conversation yet, it's time for you to come on down. ---

Tonight, at the Tower Theatre (876 E. 900 South), Flick Clique hosts our latest post-film Q&A after the 7 p.m. showtime of the Sundance 2009 documentary Crude. I'll be leading the discussion, joined by filmmaker and videographer Greg Bernstein, who has extensive experience and knowledge of the Ecuadoran region that's the subject of the film. We welcome your thoughts on the issues raised in the film, as well as the filmmaking choices. If you want to do a little additional prep, check out our podcast interview with the film's director, Joe Berlinger, here. We'll look forward to seeing you tonight