Midnight Shanghai at Guild Cinema, Albuquerque
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Midnight Shanghai

Saturday March 11, 2017

3405 Central Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 255-1848
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

FREE

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Woo Chen is on the run from a Rail Road work camp. Ela is hired by Woo Chen's brother to find her and get her to safety. Several of the cast and crew participate in a post-screening Q and A.

Midnight Shanghai

Mar 11

 

Saturday 2:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Ricky Lee - 2017 - 20m approx. - FREE BUT LIMITED SEATING

A collaboration of actors and filmmakers from New Mexico and Kansas!  Director plus some of the cast & crew in person!

Woo Chen is on the run from a Rail Road work camp. Ela is hired by Woo Chen's brother to find her and get her to safety. Rail Road henchmen on the hunt for her too. Ela is guided by Gopan on her search for Woo Chen. Conflict Ensues at all turns as Ela an Gopan work to protect her and get her to safety. Ela and the Sheriff share a dark history between the two. 

Starring Micky Maddux, Ricky Lee, LeiLie Chen, Royd McCargish.

See also: Reel World

Asian Western

Reel World

Midnight Shanghai” is described as a gunslinging indie collaboration between actors and filmmakers from New Mexico and Kansas. The Asian-tinged Western will premiere Saturday, March 11, at 2:30pm at Guild Cinema (3405 Central NE). Several of the cast and crew, including director Ricky Lee, will be on hand at the theater and will participate in a post-screening Q and A. The film’s plot concerns an American Indian woman whose husband is murdered by some bad hombres. Motivated by revenge, she becomes a gunslinger and helps an oppressed Chinese girl fleeing a railroad work camp. The 20-minute short serves as a proposed pilot for a TV series or movie feature Lee and his crew hope to produce in the near future. Admission is free, but seating is limited. For more info, check out midnightshanghai.com.

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