“Open Season” Documentary Screening and Discussion

14 Oct
 Photo Credits to Chuleeanan Svetvilas and Hyphen Magazine
What: Screening and discussion on the documentary”Open Season
When: Saturday, October 15th, 2011 6:30pm
Where: The Third Place, Wing Young Huie Photography Gallery
            3730 Chicago Avenue South, Studio B
            Minneapolis MN 55407

Join filmmaker Mark Tang for a screening and discussion of documentary “Open Season” (co-directed by Lu Lippold) Five years in the making, this documentary offers an in-depth investigation of the complex issues surrounding the violent confrontation where a Hmong hunter killed six white hunters in rural Wisconsin.

Doors open at 6:30pm, screening begins at 7:00pm. Discussion will follow at 8:00pm and convene with ping pong, karaoke and other activities.

Click here for more information about the documentary and co-directors.

Twin Cities Public Television will broadcast OPEN SEASON on Tues. Nov. 29th at 9pm with a repeat at 3am on the 30th. From October 1, 2011 – October 31, 2011, OPEN SEASON will be available for free to all Comcast digital cable subscribers with On-Demand.

Mark Tang is an immigrant from Hong Kong, is an independent Producer-Director based in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area for the past 20 years. His works has been broadcasted nationally on PBS, the Movie Channel, the International Channel and in film festivals. He aspires to be a proficient storyteller in film and is interested in telling stories that inspire compassion and understanding between people.

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