June 20, 2010 screening at the Acorn Theater, Three Oaks, MI

What’s the Matter with Kansas? will have a single screening on Sunday, June 20, 2010, as part of the Sunday Matinee Indie Film Festival at the lovely Acorn Theater in Three Oaks, Michigan, which is easily accessible from the Chicago area.  Filmmakers Laura Cohen and Joe Winston will hold a Q & A with the audience afterwards.

In 2001 Kim Clark and David Fink, who live in Chicago, picked Three Oaks, Michigan (approximately 70 miles from downtown Chicago and 60 miles from Kalamazoo) as their second home when they bought a 101-year old abandoned corset factory. After nearly two years of construction, the facility re-opened in 2003 as the Acorn Theater, a 250-seat multi-disciplinary space used for high-quality professional performances and live theater.

The other movies screening as part of this new festival are Hannah Free on Sunday, June 13, and Dear Mr. Fidrych on Sunday, June 27.

The Acorn boasts a full service bar and other refreshments.

Sunday, June 20, 2010
3:00 pm
The Acorn Theater
107 Generations Drive
Three Oaks, MI

All Info and Ticket/Reservations Info: 269. 756. 3879
Tickets can be purchased by Visa or Mastercard at: www.acorntheater.com

$10/ticket; a ticket to all three screenings, purchased at the same time: $25.

acorn June 20, 2010 screening at the Acorn Theater, Three Oaks, MI

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