Jason Bosch, a Westword MasterMind and the sole man behind Denver's ongoing ArgusFest human-rights film series, has had his share of troubles this summer. And there's more trouble, still: Attendance is down at ArgusFest, and Bosch, whose agenda for educating folks runs deep, is desperate to get his peeps back in the house.
So, he's hosting an ongoing online poll: Bosch wants to know which of the thousands of documentaries he owns in his library you'd like to see tonight at the Mercury Cafe. Actually, he's narrowed it down to three: Fuel, No Impact Man or Kevorkian. Vote! It's your inalienable right! And, yes, then you have to go: The screening starts at 7 p.m. at the Merc, 2199 California Street; admission is a $5 donation.
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