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Short Film Screening: No Sleep No Breaks at MoHa

 Official Movie Poster for Fum Fum Ko's Short Film  No Sleep No Breaks

Official Movie Poster for Fum Fum Ko's Short Film No Sleep No Breaks

Hyperreal Film Club and The Museum of Human Achievement will screen Fum Fum Ko's short film "No Sleep No Breaks" at the Museum of Human Achievement. 

Date & Time:

January 25th, 7PM - 11PM

Location: 

3600 Lyons Rd
Austin, TX 78702


7pm – doors // live DJ set – Chief and The Doomsday Device
8pm – "No Sleep No Breaks" with Fum Fum Ko - Director/Producer
815pm – THE FITS
 

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After the screening of "No Sleep No Breaks," the feature film "The Fits" will follow.

Beverages provided by our most excellent friends at 4th Tap Brewing Co-op

Suggested $5 donation at the door
Screenings every other Thursday (mostly) all winter long
PART ~FOUR~ of ~SEVEN~

About the short:

“No Sleep No Breaks,” shot mainly throughout East Austin, is about two best friends headed to record their first studio session. This moment has been long overdue. Will their dreams be realized?

From the director: “I'm a native Austinite and have seen the many changes in East Austin. I along with my producers of the film are paying homage to East Austin with our film. I grew up in East Austin and our short film depicts the East Austin that we know. We feel that it is important for people to see the other side of East Austin, such as Givens Park, Mr. Catfish, Booker T Apartments. Our film is an attempt to share our experiences with the old and newcomers of Austin, TX.”

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Hyperreal Film Club was named "Best More-Than-Just-Film Series" by The Austin Chronicle
For more information on HFC, visit hyperrealfilm.club

SECOND LOOK, a bi-weekly series running from December – March, brings back to the big screen seven films by women, all released in the past five years, all featuring diverse perspectives on both sides of the camera. With this series, we want to progress as an advocate for the current work of adventurous, diverse filmmakers and as a community film hub for Austin.

This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.