Night at the (micro)Cinema 

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Exploded View Microcinema will host experimental film artist Douglas Katelus and his organ (hey, don't go there) to open its fourth season of experimental music and film. On Tuesday, Aug. 30 and Wednesday, Aug. 31 from 7:30 to 9 p.m., Exploded View's Organpalooza will feature the San Francisco artist's 16mm film Keep Film Dead. Organpalooza will also host electronic artist Eric Schlappi to play alongside the music video with his song "Poseidonis," and a collaboration between Gabriella Molina and Chick Magnet's LANO for a night of ambient sounds and a light show, at the two day event. Visit Exploded View's Facebook event page for more info.


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