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!

Austin:
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.