Venue Details

77 Star Starred
North Park Theatre
At 28th Street 2891 University Avenue San Diego, CA 92104
619-239-8836
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Kenzie Odell
If you park in the structure on 29th the money is going to charity if you pay for it in the theater
Next to Normal travel Oct 10 2014 star this tip starred
Jeannette Ashlin
Parking is available off of 29th Street for $5 in the parking structure. You can also find street parking in the area too. The entrance is off of 29th Street.
Next to Normal info Oct 07 2014 star this tip starred
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11 events
4 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 19 2011

Great event. Movie was good, short film shown prior, "Go Go Reject" was great. The hosted after party was a nice treat. I would attend event again.

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Description

Go-Go Reject

Director: Heath Daniels, 20min,

A skinny, naive go-go dancer meets with unexpected rejection when he attempts to fulfill his childhood Flashdance fantasy.

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Going Down in La-La Land_

Director: Casper Andreas, 105min,

Young, handsome and ambitious, Adam (Matthew Ludwinski) arrives from New York with dreams of making it big in L.A. He moves in with his zany best friend Candy (Allison Lane) who between auditions spends her time at the gym, shopping, or looking for a wealthy man. Adam gets off to a rocky start, complete with parking tickets and an insufferable job answering phones. A new job in production looks promising, but soon Adam finds himself dealing with down-and-out directors, washed up starlets, and meth addicts – as he starts to lose himself in a steamy underworld of gay porn and prostitution. Based on the novel by Andy Zeffer.

About the Ticket Supplier: FilmOut San Diego

FilmOut San Diego seeks to enlighten, educate, and entertain the communities of San Diego County through the exhibition of LGBT-themed films and popular films for everyone to enjoy.