THESE DAYS, MORE THANNE and GAME GIRLS are hosting an event connecting the new and old Downtown Los Angeles. We’ll be celebrating the launch of the Game Girls Indiegogo Campaign, where we seek your support to complete a unique documentary about the female experience in skid row. We have already raised $7,800 – which is amazing – but we need your help to meet our goal of $20,000. Together, WE CAN DO THIS!
Game Girls is “A poetic take on Skid Row… Game Girls re-imagines what the documentary film genre can be.” -Shana Nys Dambrot for KCET Artbound.
We want to share some of what our team has learned and discovered along our journey making Game Girls! And trust us, you NEED TO SEE THIS.
See Downtown Los Angeles through director Alina Skrzeszewska’s eyes. She has been making films in Skid Row for nearly a decade. We’ll be screening her award winning documentary Songs From The Nickel in Indian Alley from 7:00 – 8:30PM. The film is comprised of 8 vignettes that will take you into the small flophouse rooms of an era since passed, into the old King Eddy Saloon, to underground tunnels of LA and street corners that have since drastically changed… Pop in and out, grab a drink and meander from the screening in Indian Alley to THESE DAYS store & gallery to view the late Carl Ramsey’s beautiful portrait series Women of Skid Row and other urban landscapes. Visit More Thanne’s special vintage sale, where 15% of the profit will be donated directly to Game Girls. More Thanne will also feature exclusive, unreleased clips from Game Girls! Listen to a live set of eclectic “soul ethnique” tunes by Gaio, straight from Marseille, France! And get inspired by a soulful, healing musical presentation by Downtown’s very own Charles Porter. Snacks and Drinks generously provided by our wonderful neighbors at Blossom and The Must.
Your donations will help fund the completion of Game Girls. Please donate what you can – we suggest a $20 or more contribution – every dollar counts. Our goal through this campaign is not only to raise money to move the film forward, but also to build awareness. We can do this together!
If you cannot make it to the event, please consider donating directly to the GAME GIRLS Indiegogo Campaign.