Tickets are on sale for the second local screening of Speaking in Code. The documentary was directed by Amy Grill and features David Day (of Weekly Dig fame) and other kids from the electronic music scene. It screens at The Brattle on Thursday, May 21.
Bonus: A ticket stub from this 7 p.m. screening will get you to the front of the line at the Middlesex that night, just in time for Make It New, where the German DJ duo Wighnomy Brothers will make their US debut.
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