A kind of poor man's movie festival continues tonight and tomorrow night at the BAUhouse, 1713 N. Charles St., with screenings of films from throughout the United States and such countries as Canada and Mexico.
The International PXL-2000 Movie Festival is showcasing films made with the PXL-2000, a "toy" video camera marketed several years ago and known for its grainy image surrounded by a black border. Because of its low cost ($100), portability and uniqueness, the camera became a cult favorite with low-budget filmmakers.
The festival, which is screening all submissions, runs from 9 p.m. to midnight daily. Admission is $4. Call 659-5520 for more information.