Sponsored by Maclellan Apartments, join the Chattanooga Film Festival and River City Company for a special free screening of Beauty is Embarrassing: The Story of One of the Visual Masterminds Behind "Pee-Wee's Playhouse." This documentary explores the story of local artist Wayne White's creative journey which has included work published in The New York Times, The Village Voice and set and puppet design for Pee-Wee’s Playhouse in which he has won three Emmy awards. Wayne has also art directed acclaimed music videos for Peter Gabriel's "Big Time” and for the Smashing Pumpkins "Tonight, Tonight" along with an extensive list of projects and accolades spanning his ongoing career.
Wayne will be on hand to introduce the movie and have a special Q&A at the conclusion of the film.
Two Sons Kitchen will be on site for food purchase along with The Bitter Alibi for beer and wine.
Neural Alley at 721 Broad Street is one of the four alleyways transformed in Downtown Chattanooga for the Passageways program which you can read more about here.
THIS FREE SCREENING IS NOW 'SOLD OUT.'