by Lucy Leitner
By failing to see any of this year’s Oscar-nominated movies, Hollyburgh has accomplished what should be un heard of for any film blogger. But others in the Pittsburgh arts community have not taken such an inadvertently iconoclastic approach. The Steeltown Entertainment Project is hosting an Oscar party next Sunday the 24th, which is presumably when the awards show airs.
Educators, parents, and students are welcome to attend this free event at the Heinz History Center from 12–2 PM. There will be pizza, filmmaking lessons, and prizes for a trivia contest dealing with Pittsburgh-connected movies. This is also the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Take a Shot at Changing the World Contest that is underway.
And, remember to watch the Oscars with the kids later. It gives a new generation the opportunity to hate Joan Rivers.
RSVP to Rachel@steeltown.org to reserve your spot!