Welcome to another savory and nutritious edition of The (Mostly) Indie Film Calendar, a weekly look at what's happening beyond the multiplexes all across America. If you know of something cool coming up in your city -- special screenings, workshops, retrospectives, etc. -- e-mail me at Eric.Snider at Weblogsinc dot com and I'll put it on the list. And away we go!

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Coens' beloved Big Lebowski, the Alamo Drafthouse is sponsoring a screening tonight at ... a bowling alley. You'll watch the movie, and you'll bowl a few frames. Dressing up as a Lebowski character is encouraged. So is drinking, I suspect, though it's not mentioned specifically.

Boston: The 48 Hour Film Project is a nationwide event where participants write, shoot, and edit a short film all in two days. This year's Boston contest happens next week; this weekend, they're showing some of the all-time favorite films to come out of past events. You can catch them at midnight tonight and Saturday at the Coolidge Corner Theatre.