Mise en Scenesters Hosts Pop-Up Movie Nights in Chattanooga

Mise en Scenesters film club has been showing independent films in Chattanooga for two years.   MES is, “Dedicated to Screening Obscure, Classic, Arthouse and Genre Films.”   Chris Dortch programs for MES.   The next two pop-up movie nights will be held at Barking Legs Theatre.   August 25th, MES will screen the undistributed, Indy film called The Color Wheel.    September 4th, MES will feature the film, A Swedish Love Story followed by a live band performance by Useless Eaters.

Mise en Scenesters has teamed up with the Chattanooga Film Society to screen Reel Old School by local film makers John Cotton and Brady Effler on August 13th, 2012 at the Downtown YMCA.   Chris Dortch is a board member of and programmer for The Chattanooga Film Society.  He envisions a future film festival and an art house theater in Chattanooga for fans of independent films.

Reporting: Monessa Guilfoil

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