JUNE 2018 at the SALON

Abacus:  Small Enough to Jail
presented by MoonDocs 2018

This month the Salon joins the public screening of the Academy-Award nominated film Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, the remarkable story of a family-owned community bank that was the only US bank prosecuted following the financial crisis of 2008. Cinematographer Tom Bergmann will be present to take questions afterward.

The screening is part of MoonDocs 2018, the second annual event for documentary filmmakers and enthusiasts presented by Robert Morris University's Center for Documentary Production and Study.  The multi-day event features screenings, discussions, and two special presentations: a master class in cinematography by Mr. Bergmann, and a workshop on copyright & clearances by entertainment lawyer David Gurwin. Admission for the weekend is $60, and includes a reception before the Abacus screening.

Click here register for MoonDocs. Abacus screens at the beautiful Tull Family Theater in Sewickley.  Doc Salon members will be admitted for the discounted price of $5.

To buy tickets to MoonDocs OR just Abacus, click here.

MoonDocs 2018

Sunday-Tuesday, June 24-26
Robert Morris University campus

Abacus:  Small Enough to Jail

Tull Family Theater, 418 Walnut St. Sewickley, 15143
Sunday, June 24  
7:00p Reception 
8:00p Screening
9:30p Discussion with Tom Bergmann

1 comment:

Maria Kylie said...

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Just 5 years ago the filthy rich were 388.

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The economy stalls.

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