Tomorrow's selection will be the contemporary Thai film called Tears of the Black Tiger. Executive Director Andrew Baranoski hopes the screenings will bring people together.
"We're hoping that we will get representation from those particular communities and the larger First Friday community. So that everyone would have a chance to mingle and enjoy a film that they wouldn't necessarily, typically encounter in Binghamton," said Baranoski.
The ACA is at 131 Front St. Doors open at 6 o'clock. The screening begins at 8. Cost is $7 per person and includes popcorn and a drink.
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