Teddy Bobo Film Club: Think Outside the Screen ™

This is Bigger Than Obama!!

The Teddy Bobo Film Club will hold its fifth series of astounding experiments this Friday evening in Richmond (Melbourne, Australia).

The Format

  1. Entertainment: A number of very short films, videos, and film excerpts from vastly different genres will be presented.
  2. Film appreciation: After each film is presented, there is a brief period of study of the film, its background, the purpose it is meant to serve, what makes it distinctive, production values, curious observations, appreciation of its art and technology, etc.
  3. Thinking skill: Then, a tightly-focused thinking exercise, led by Coach Prodos, and using the formal lateral thinking and constructive thinking methods developed by Edward de Bono is conducted!

The pace will be brisk! The Delights and insights will abound!

Chairman & Co-Founder: David “The Lion” DeLeon will be your host.

David DeLeon

Venue: Home of Prodos & Barboo, 153 Lennox Street, Richmond.

Time:

Doors open from 6.30 PM. High quality, nutritious microwave meals + sweets + refreshments available at cost price.

Formal session begins (suddenly) at 7.30 PM sharp. Please make sure you arrive well before 7.30.

The meeting will end (abruptly) at 9.45 PM sharp.

Cost: Nil. But a donation to Coach Prodos is appreciated.

Food: “Tender Loving Cuisine” & “Choice Fresh Meals” available at cost price $12.

Click here to check the current menu.

Members only: To attend and participate you need to be a registered member of the Teddy Bobo Film Club or the guest of a registered member. Please email “The Lion” for more details: DavidDeLeon@FilmClub.org.au or phone: 9428 1234 (Melbourne, Australia)

Sneak Preview

Below, are two of the many short films which we will use to …

THINK OUTSIDE THE SCREEN™

Exercise: Using Po (stepping stone) …. invent a form of dance that can be used in small spaces.

Exercise: Using Po (stepping stone) … invent a friendship device

Come along!

Join the Teddy Bobo Film Club!

Expand your  appreciation of film art, and simultaneously improve your thinking skills!

Because (unless you’re a race-baiting, thug-loving little fascist): You’re worth it!

 

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