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Sunday, August 31 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Love In The Sixties

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Love In The Sixties is a documentary about the 'First Lady of Keeping Austin Weird' movement -- Aralyn Hughes, who becomes a performance artist/solo performer at the age of 65 after a 35 year business career.  A staunch feminist and former director of the first abortion clinic in Austin, Aralyn takes a walk on the wild side when she places an ad in the Austin Chronicle that reads: "Dominatrix wannabe, a Bette Midler with a whip looking for quirky submissive to look but not touch ..." Overwhelmed by responses, Aralyn sets off on a whole new life journeythat gets her pondering: is this s retirement option, or an unexpected means of finding love and sharing her crone wisdom.


CAST & CREW
FILM SUBJECT: Aralyn Hughes
DIRECTOR: Amparo Garcia-Crow
PRODUCERS: Amparo Garcia-Crow, Aralyn Hughes

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Amparo Garcia-Crow

Amparo Garcia-Crow is a multi-disciplinary artist who acts, sings, directs and writes plays, screenplays and songs. Her most recent film "Death Rattle" which she wrote and produced premiered at the Los Angeles Latino International and Cine las Americas.  And her half hour film, “Loaves and Fishes” (which she also stars in) aired on the PBS series “Territories”, after premiering at SXSW and the Los Angeles Latino... Read More →

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Aralyn Hughes, Film Subject

For over 33 years Aralyn has been an icon in Austin helping to keep the city as bright, colorful, and unique as she is.  Aralyn is one of Austin’s favorite “Keep Austin Weird” characters, featured on HGTV, Discovery Channel, both national and local CBS networks, various radio stations, and local venues like Zachary Scott Theater. She is co-author of IN THE WEST, one of the longest running monologue shows in Austin... Read More →



Sunday August 31, 2014 11:00am - 12:30pm
Laurelhurst 2735 East Burnside Street Portland, Oregon

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