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August’s Courtyard Cinema at Ward Village Screening: BARBECUE

The August screening at COURTYARD CINEMA at WARD VILLAGE is the award winning documentary BARBECUE, a global spanning film that showcases the mutual human tradition of cooking meat over flame in bringing communities together, from the Mongolian steppe, to an izakaya in Tokyo, to factory-size fire pits cooking lechon in the Philippines, to the heart of Texas for the best smoked brisket anywhere.

Title: BARBECUE

Synopsis:
A symphony of meat and fire, BARBECUE shows us how an everyday ritual is shared by cultures around the world, as a way to celebrate community, friendship, and tradition. A film told in 13 languages, from Texas to the Syrian border, from ‘Shisanyama’ to ‘Lechon’, BARBECUE is a film about the simple truths in life that bring people together, and how barbecue is a path to salvation.

Warning: Some graphic images of animal mutilation.

When: Thursday, August 10, 2017
Doors open at 6pm / Screening starts right after sundown

Where: Ward Village Courtyard (former IBM Building)
1240 Ala Moana Blvd (Get Directions)

Although FREE TO THE PUBLIC, a ticket is still required. If the event is “sold out” online, a standby line will be available once all ticket holders enter, if space permits. Seats are not guaranteed, but you are welcome to bring your own chair.

To RSVP, click here.

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