2014 Thin Line Film Music Fest - Micha
The death eight years ago of Michas' Lebanese father left he and his Mexican mother destitute. The sudden death of his mother leaves him no choice but to leave Mexico and seek work and a future in the United States. Micha attempts to navigate the northern route of migrant workers and service workers to build a life for himself in Texas. After stays on the streets in Brownsville and Dallas, Micha lands in the small town of Denton, Texas where he meets a homeless young woman, Penny, who helps him learn how to survive and find community.
Filmmaker Eugene Martin will be in attendance.
Director, Producer, Writer, Editor: Eugene Martin
Information from the festival's website
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- Greenhouse Restaurant and Bar: $2 Miller Light drafts / $2 wells
- Hannah's Off the Square: $2 domestic drafts / $3 import drafts / $3 wells / half-price martinis / half-price glasses of wine
- Hooligans: $2.25 Zeigenbock drafts / $3.50 frozen drinks
- Hooligans: $2.25 Zeigenbock drafts / $2 kamikaze's / $2.25 Coors Orginal drafts
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