Full Frame Documentary Film Festival begins April 14th. I will be seeing the movie Windfall from 4:20 to 6:10 that day (see below for a description). If you are available, come out and see the movie with me (click the link for more details including ticket info). Either way, I am posting this after-movie dinner at Beyu Caffe nearby.
Beyu has been really wonderful about having and adding veg options - especially since their participation in the Bull City Vegan Challenge. Their chocolate mousse won the dessert contest. You cannot beat their prices from a small plate of veggies for only $5.50 to dinner dishes for only $8.50. And almost everything that is vegetarian is also vegan. One soup of the day is always veg (usually vegan) also. Check out the menu at http://www.beyucaffe.com/.
There is on street parking as well as a parking garage at Main and Corcoran.
Please indicate in your RSVP if you are interested in meeting for the movie and I will send you my number so we can connect.
About the movie:
If you think that wind turbines are a cleaner and safer purveyor of energy than nuclear plants, then Windfall will likely change your views: the rural town of Meredith, NY, is now torn apart by the recent development of an industrial wind farm. Of course, money is at the core of the problem. Struggling with their farms and poor income, Meredith landowners have allowed the developer to lease their land. But these 400-feet-high wind turbines spinning their blades at 150 miles an hour have drastically altered an idyllic setting: the low-frequency sound of their rotating blades is an unbearable sonic pollution that causes a host of medical problems to those living nearby. Film director Laura Israel gives voice to the local residents, exposing the seemingly irreconcilable differences that are now dividing a town that was once a peaceful community.