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Saturday, August 26 • 10:15pm - 11:37pm
A Feast of Man

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A Feast of Man
Directed by Caroline Golum
USA, Narrative, 82 minutes
World Premiere
When their wealthy colleague dies, a group of his friends gather at the late millionaire’s upstate New York home for a reading of his rather unconventional will. As they clumsily attempt to sort through internal conflicts stemming from their friend’s last wishes, they experience grief, anger, and hysterics, allraucously tied together. Filled with decadent snobbery and a ton of rosé, this stylized and cynical comedy casts a wary eye on the concept of friendship. - Charlie Bice

Saturday, August 26th
10:15 PM
Steiner Auditorium @ Birmingham Museum of Art
Admission included with VIP, Weekend, and Saturday Day Passes. Premium Single Tickets also available.
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Attendees (40)