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June 20 2012

"Hush" screening in Washington DC this Saturday. It's part of Black Cat's ongoing Hellmouth Happy Hour.

And again I guess I'm the only one asking. Licensed?
I'm also curious about this. OMWF aside, aren't these kinds of things usually shut down pretty quickly? If something has changed, then why haven't the floodgates opened to allow Firefly screenings and such?
As near as I've ever been able to tell, bar showings like this have tended to fly under the radar, probably because they don't tend to get noticed outside their locale. But there's no question that the public performance rights remain locked down, except by special arrangement, usually for charity events and special events.

[ edited by The One True b!X on 2012-06-21 07:55 ]

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