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LTCC’s ‘At the Movies’ focuses on shorts

Lake Tahoe Community College “At the Movies” is back for another season. Screening in the LTCC Theater Sept. 27 will be films nominated in the live action and animated short film categories at the 2001 Academy Awards, including the two winners.

Academy award winner for live action short “The Accountant” tells the story of two brothers whose farm is on the brink of bankruptcy. They consult an accountant who offers some highly unconventional money making suggestions.

“For the Birds,” another digital animation hit from Pixar, the makers of “Toy Story,” won the animated short category. A flock of small birds perched on a wire finds its delicate balance upset by the arrival of a larger bird.



Tickets are $4 general admission, $3 for students and seniors and $2 for LTCC student body cardholders. They can be purchased at the theater box office prior to the performance. For more information call (530) 541-4660, Ext. 278. The box office opens at 6:45 p.m. and the films start at 7:30 p.m.

“At the Movies” is sponsored by LTCC’s Performing Arts League, a nonprofit student organization dedicated to the arts. PAL is committed to enriching the cultural and entertainment options in South Lake Tahoe by showing high




quality, independent, foreign, classic and student films that are not typically available in the area. All movies are shown on a big screen in the LTCC College Theater.


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