Tallgrass Film Association, the organization that annually produces the Tallgrass Film Festival, is holding a fundraiser.
Each bar will create a signature “beer cocktail” with craft beers provided by House of Schwan.
Patrons and a team of VIP judges will sample the cocktails and vote on a winner, which will become the signature drink at a VIP party during the 12th annual Tallgrass Film Festival, to be held in October. The winning team also will receive a trophy and cash prize.
Other highlights of the event will include the Humidor’s Cigar Tent, food by Olive Tree Catering, live entertainment and more.
Proceeds benefit Tallgrass, which hosts year-round film programming and educational events as well as the film festival.
Tickets are $80 in advance and $90 at the door (for federal income tax purposes, $50 can be deducted as a charitable donation).
For more information and to purchase tickets online, go to www.tallgrassfilmfest.com.
Random movie news this week“Noah”
“It’s in Genesis,” he told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour in an interview that aired earlier this week. “Noah is saving the animals; he’s not out there saving innocent babies. He’s saving the animals, he’s saving creation.”
He then pointed out a report released by the United Nations that says climate change is dramatically affecting our world as we know it.
“The water is rising,” Aronofsky said. “And we already saw it once. We are living the second chance that was given to Noah.”
“Noah” opened at No.1 at the box office and has made about $43.7 million domestically so far.
And it’s only been banned by three countries!“Batman vs. Superman”