Tuesday, July 6, 2010

An Evening with KliKt and Trickery Mimicry

On August 1, 2010 I will be hosting a full screening of my feature film KliKt at 6pm followed by a presentation of my feature film Trickery Mimicry as a silent film with live accompaniment by the Painted Saints at 7:30pm. It should be an interesting night. I hope you can join me.

Synopsis: '(A) more challenging and forward-looking example of current cinema,' KliKt is about a man, on one particular day, discovering something important. He searches for its return over the course of many days; repeating what he did to the best of his memory. Originally completed in 2006 as a silent short, it was decided in late 2008 to return to the original footage and see what would happen when approached as a sound film. From this came 'a kind of pure land (mind?) scape' that allows the brilliance of Camden Toy’s performance to present itself and for the emergence of a new original score by John Barner to shine a light.

For more information about the film go to:

For more information about Trickery Mimicry go to:

For more information about the band go to: www.myspace.com/paintedsaints.

Tickets are a suggested donation of $3 for one screening and $5 for both screenings.

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