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Southern Ohio Filmmakers' Movieoke

 

By Sheila Gray – bio | email

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) –

The Southern Ohio Filmmakers Association invites you to bring your inner movie star to Movieoke!  It's like karaoke, but with movies. You choose the movie, you act out the scene! You just might win a T-shirt.

Movieoke night is Wednesday, January 27 at 8:30 p.m. at Cincinnati's Below Zero Lounge located at 1122 Walnut Street.

Admission is a suggested donation $10. Donate that amount online now, and you'll get a thank you coupon good for a Cafe de Wheels snack pack during the show.

Here's how it works:

Pick your scene, at least one minute long, no more than four minutes.  Then write down the times when it begins and ends. Bring the original DVD with you, hand it over to the tech wizards, and get on stage. You and the audience can see the movie scene, with sound off and captions on. You do the acting!

The individual or team anointed best of the best will win fabulous SOFA swag!

Movieoke will be emcee'd by Linda Gambino, 2006 winner of "Funniest Person in Cincinnati" at The Funny Bone Comedy Club.   Free parking is available in the off-street lot across the street! Space is limited. 

Everyone who donates $5 will also be entered in a drawing for a cash door prize!

The Southern Ohio Filmmakers Association asks that you do not bring downloaded, bootlegged or copied DVD's.

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