NewsArts & Culture / August 3, 2020

Kan-Kan Cinema Turns To Virtual Outreach To Connect With Movie Lovers, Students And Filmmakers

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Kan-Kan Executive Director Louise Henderson. - Courtesy of Louise Henderson

Kan-Kan Executive Director Louise Henderson.

Courtesy of Louise Henderson

Like many other theaters, the Kan-Kan Cinema and Brasserie building in Windsor Park is still closed to patrons but COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the organization's connection with that neighborhood community.

WFYI’s Jill Ditmire spoke with Kan-Kan Executive Director Louise Henderson about the art cinema’s virtual outreach to movie lovers, students and filmmakers.

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