Mark Czarnowski of Illini Pinball Association will be hosting (thanks, Mark!)
Helping people see the beauty of pinball more clearly than ever, one of the Visible Pinball games from the Pacific Pinball Museum and six other vintage games were featured at the Cinequest Film Festival Opening Night Gala.
The real Captain Fantastic, Chris Kuntz of Pinball Pirate brought the games to San Jose.
…and they were beta tested by the highly qualified Chris Garcia, festival programmer and curator from the Computer History Museum.
The doors opened, and the party was on!
Don’t forget you can come out and have more pinball at Cinequest by coming to the Friday 3/8 6:45 PM screening of Wade Krause: Pinball Artist at Camera 12 in San Jose, or the Saturday 1:45 screening. See you at the movies!
Come inside Ed’s 8,000 square foot custom building with me and check out some of the pinball and arcade games he has collected. Wade Krause and I were thrilled to take the tour when we visited Pittsburgh.
I had a great time looking at all the artwork.
I made some new friends…
Thank you so much for sharing your collection, Ed!