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WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? at Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In (8/12)

This spectacular travel adventure faithfully photographed in realistic black and white film at considerable risk from speeding freight trains and in secret hobo jungles in the dogged pursuit of the impossibly convoluted story of the heretofore untold history of the century-old folkloric practice of hobo and railworker graffiti and the absurd quest for the true identity of railroading's greatest artist will likely amuse and confound you
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WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? at Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In


A special showing of an awesome hobo film. See you there!

Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In Presents

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WHO IS BOZO TEXINO? at Santa Cruz Guerilla Drive-In


WHO IS BOZO TEXINO?
The Epic Account Of The Near Discovery Of The World's Most Mysterious Boxcar Artist

The long awaited, twelve-plus years-in-the-making epic by Bill Daniel is finally finished. This spectacular travel adventure faithfully photographed in realistic black and white film at considerable risk from speeding freight trains and in secret hobo jungles in the dogged pursuit of the impossibly convoluted story of the heretofore untold history of the century-old folkloric practice of hobo and railworker graffiti and the absurd quest for the true identity of railroading's greatest artist will likely amuse and confound you in its sincere attempt to understand and preserve this artform. A gorgeous film that captures the tremendous beauty of seeing America from the back of a freight train.

Plus additional short features: WALDO POINT by Saul Rouda. A mindblowing timetrip. The long haired punks of the water. And the short film BRITTON, SOUTH DAKOTA by Vanessa Renwick. 1938 archival footage of kids standing in front of the movie camera to have their "portrait" made. Eerie, and with an equally haunting score.

PLUS thrilling and funny short films, an intermission, and great company.

Friday August 12th, 8:00pm
Railroad Tracks at Fair Ave, Santa Cruz
(the usual spot)

BRING lawn chairs, blankets, pillows, friends, wine, & food to share for intermission. Donations are greatly appreciated and directly support the filmmaker Bill Daniels and his projects.

SANTA CRUZ GUERILLA DRIVE-IN is an outdoor movie theatre under the stars that springs up unexpectedly in the fields and industrial wastelands. Beyond showing great movies and bringing a broad community together, part of our mission is helping reclaim public space and transforming our urban environment into the joyful playground it should be.

SUBURBAN WASTELAND LOCATION: S on Hwy 17 to Hwy 1, Hwy 1 north to Mission St, L on Fair Ave after Feral Donuts, walk a short way along the RR tracks to the right.

BREAKING NEWS, updated summer schedule, discussion, do-it-yourself, email list, the works:

_www.thespoon.com/drivein
 
 


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