Nicholas Klemek's Post-Post-Apocalyptic Family Film Festival: Green Section
In conjunction with the exhibition Post-Post-Apocalypse, artist Nicholas Klemek has curated a a four-phase film exploration that will take us from the pre-apocalypse, through the apocalypse itself, and into the post-apocalypse.
Green Section, the first of four evenings of film, will take place this Sunday, December 21, @ 6PM. Since we keep The Loft locked up during events, if you're interested in attending, be there between 5:45 & 6 PM, when we'll have the loading dock door open. If you arrive late, no worries, just call the number posted on the door and someone will come down and let you in. Access to the loading dock is on 4th Street, you can't miss it. If you only want to come to the second show, we'll have the door downstairs open again at 7:45 - 8 PM, also.
The films are free. We'll have snacks, and hopefully hot tea. It can get chilly in the loft, so bring a jacket, or someone who radiates body heat to mooch off.
Early Show: Last Night
Starts at 6 PM sharp. Watch an ensemble cast prepare to meet the end of the world with only six hours left. Directed, written and starring Don McKellar, this is his baby.
Late Show: The Day of the Dead
Starts at 8 PM sharp. We'll have the loading dock door open from 7:45 if you're only coming for the second show. This is the original 1985 George Romero classic, in which soldiers and scientists hide in an underground bunker as the world above is experiencing the first phase of a zombie apocalypse.