For all you late-night film buffs!

Film will be a HUGE part of the month of April here in the City of Lowell! And we couldn’t be more pleased!

In addition to the Lowell Film Festival (April 3 – 5), there’ll be several film events hosted by the LFC and otherwise, including the Pollard Library’s monthly indie film screening and Kitty Chick’s flicks. UMass Lowell is getting in on the action, with some great screenings on campus that we’ll keep you posted on.

BUT — here is film event you won’t want to miss! (Do we always say that?)

TampopoTampopo [1986]
Friday, April 3  @ 10:30PM
119 Gallery
119 Chelmsford Street, Lowell

Roger Ebert LOVES this film, and why shouldn’t he? It’s got food, beauty, sensuality … and that incredible 80’s look filmies can’t pass up. It’s a racy, sexy piece, and the 119 Gallery is THE perfect venue.

And I should of course mention that this great film is being screened in honor of the Lowell Film Festival’s Opening Night After-Party!

But read Ebert’s review for yourself.

And after you do, mark your calendar!

See you there!


Published by Lowell Film Collaborative

The Lowell Film Collaborative is a grassroots initiative in Lowell, MA, whose mission is to bring more cinematic awareness to the community.

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