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SWAMP Goes Virtual—But Not Before a Big Party and Garage Sale!

SWAMPAfter almost 30 years, Houston’s Southwest Alternate Media Project (SWAMP) is moving out of its physical location at 1519 West Main and into a “virtual office” (Mary Lampe’s living room?). On Sunday, October 19th, from 9am-5pm, there will be a going-away party for the SWAMP house with beer, wine, snacks, and memories. SWAMP is also emptying the house of everything, which means that film geeks can rummage through film equipment, a library of filmmaking books, and movie posters to find some bargains.

SWAMP will continue to work on producing the 35th season of The Territory, its groundbreaking, statewide PBS broadcast series featuring independent short films and videos, scheduled to air in early 2015.

also by Paula Newton
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