800 Aurora Street
Houston, TX 77009
7:00 p.m. Thursday, April 4, 2013
Movies | Film,
The screening will be at 7:00pm sharp, followed by a Q&A with the director in from LA after. After the Q&A we'll have an after party in the garden out back with performance, beer and wine. Faire garb optional - please SHARE SHARE SHARE this invite! HUZZAH!
About "Faire: An American Renaissance" -
In 1963, from a small Ranch in Los Angeles, an event known as the “Renaissance Pleasure Faire” was born as a class project by a history teacher which was eventually turned it into a worldwide phenomenon. Some 45 years later, Faire as it is affectionately known, touches the lives of millions of people a year as attendees, booth owners, and die-hard "rennies". Recently struggling to redefine itself , the Faire now competes with the internet, raves, and Burning Man. The documentary follows the incredible and insightful journey of a quirky group of people that helped define a uniquely American movement. Join the original participants as they share their stories and struggle to find their place in a changing world.
The film has been screened in Los Angeles and several Faires around the country, as well as at several film festivals. Faire documentary screening in Houston 9.43