An official selection of New York's Athena Film Festival-2013, the locally-produced documentary Girls Gone Vinyl
will be getting a screening of the work in progress this Thursday at Cinema Detroit in Midtown's Cass Corridor.
There is also a panel discussion and VIP reception as part of Thursday's event, also a fundraiser to complete production of the film.
The panel is made up of:
Jenny Lafemme- DJ and producer of Girls Gone Vinyl
Maggie Derthick- promoter and producer of Girls Gone Vinyl
Rebekah Farrugia - professor and author of Beyond The Dance Floor
Ted Krisko - DJ/producer currently playing across the Americas and Europe
Walter Wasacz - journalist and managing editor of Model D
VIP reception is 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. and is $75. That gets you cocktails and lite fare, a guaranteed seat for screening and the panel discussion, and a VIP gift bag.
General admittance is 7:30 p.m. and is $25 at the door. Screening is 8 p.m. Discussion and Q&A follows the screening. The night will feature the sounds by resident Girls Gone Vinyl DJs supported by the Audio Rescue Team.
Your ticket purchase directly funds the final needs to finish the film, editing and script writing.
The event is Thursday, Dec. 12 at Cinema Detroit
, 3420 Cass Ave.