Back in 2010, the Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah launched a lengthy series of critically acclaimed indie and foreign features that would otherwise not have played theatrically in our market.
I curated those special, one-day-only screenings, which were held at Muse Arts Warehouse and advertised as “Movies Savannah Missed.” Now, in hindsight, that was a somewhat ill-conceived banner under which to promote those selections, as their inclusion in the program meant that they had, in fact, been screened publicly in Savannah.
I suppose it might better have been known as “Movies Savannah Almost Missed,” but that’s a bit unwieldy and possibly confusing. Hopefully folks got the gist of the endeavor.
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