"Errorism: A Night of
at Alwan [see invite]
on March 31, 2005 from 7-9pm
Landbridge Massive Pictures invites you to a night of deprogramming new short films and poetry:
"Errorism: A Night of Deprogramming "
Thurs: March 31 Alwan for the Arts
She's Got an Atomic Bomb
25 min/Comedy Directed by Cihan Kaan (2004)
A girl on the verge of sanity and eviction. A quiet Brooklyn neighborhood seething and blaming her for an explosion of the sewage treatment plant. A time when depleted uranium is sold on the street by the local Russian mafia…. Angst, unnecessary violence, and hardcore punk rock music. The recipe for annihilation in a hyperreal world when an atomic bomb can be made from two welded together salad bowls. A film about bad science, big hair and vintage cars, NOT a film about nuclear proliferation!
45 minutes/Documentary Directed by Carmela Barnowska
Away from the glare of the media, in the most remote and dangerous parts of Afghanistan, US marines are on a mission to hunt down the Taliban. But in many places their security sweeps are proving counterproductive. More and more villagers are alleging they have been abused by marines. This documentary is a disturbing exposé of American actions in Afghanistan. A must see,
Theater of War: The Plot Against the American Mind
Nicholas Powers reads passages from his book
A collection of socialist, surrealist poetry and prose, Theater of War parodies the rhetoric of the U.S. National Security Strategy Report, exposing the fascist machinations of the Bush administration. Presented with unforgiving humor, disjunctive syntax, and subversive wordplay, Theater of War removes the earplugs that "defend" us from dissent.
There will be a full bar at this event. RSVP to this event here
Alwan is located at:
16 Beaver Street, 4th floor
Directions:in the Financial District between Broadway & Broad
Subway: 4,5 Bowling Green R,W Whitehall 2,3 Wall Street J,M Broad Street 1,9 South Ferry