Light House screens "Alien" movies as part of the Virginia Film Festival

Sahar Before the Sun, Sahar Adish
Still from Sahar Adish's Sahar: Before the Sun.

As part of the Virginia Film Festival's "Moviemaking in Charlottesville" event, Light House Studio will screen two "alien" movies: Sahar: Before the Sun, Sahar Adish's auto-biographical documentary about her family's escape from Taliban-ruled Afghanistan; and Space Movie, Aidan Keith-Hynes and Chris Yeaton's animated short film about the possibility of alien life forms. Gravity Lounge, 103 S. First St. 293-6992 or email bree@lighthousestudio.org for more information.

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What? How can you have a proper circus without a midget?!

In this politically correct age, and with dwarf tossing out of the question, for the price of a circus ticket we ought to expect at least one midget tooling around in a funny little car.

Might have to spin my Tod Browning movie with Harry Earles and Olga Baclanova this evening.

We accept her, we accept her, one of us! One of us! Gooble Gobble!

yep, and a deaf person should be no longer known as deaf but 'hearing impair'.

Let's do away with circuses and then none of the PC (practically Communist) crybabies will have any complaints!

Ban them! Ban them! Better yet, let's ban liberal white females with WAY too much time, money and guilt complexes on their hands.

All exotic animals, especially elephants, to the Purina plant!

The dogs and cats of the sexless Charlottesville pseudo females, the surrogate children of those only a blind man might look at, sure need to be BANNED from my front yard--that one is for sure!

Back home in New York, we call them Shetland People.