"A Night of New York Films from the Atomic Underground"

at Gershwin Gallery [see invite]

This Tuesday April 19, 2005 from 8:00 pm-10:00pm

$10 admission

Landbridge Massive Pictures and Neke Carson invites you to support a night of new filmmakers
with unique visions:

"The New York Atomic Underground Micro-Fest"

Curated by Actor Michael Wiener

Tueday: April 19  Gershwin Gallery
Directions below

She's Got an Atomic Bomb 
25 min/Comedy Directed by Cihan Kaan  (2005)
 
www.bombmovie.com
 
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!

Adventures in Clubland
55 minutes/Documentary Directed by Richard Coleman
(2005) 

Shot from 1992-1996 this film is a study in irreverence, hedonism and a subculture destined to fall. During a time of outlaw raves, club kids created a scene in the city. Featuring a day in the life of Michael Alig, the infamous club kid Prince incarcerated for the murder and decapitation of his club kid drug supplier. In controversial interviews with night club promoters such as Steve Lewis, Martin X, Fusha Doll and Michael Alig we learn that the business of party promoting involves more than just alcohol and loud music.

This is the Party-Monster you have not seen.

EXCLUSIVE NEW YORK TEST SCREENING!

GK2
5 minutes/Music Video Directed by Zina Brown (2004)

"A heart-pounding visionary spectacle and dream-time parable. Run with Seed as she tries to escape from a creature-infested industrial nightmare world!"

An awesome visual and audio experience set in a post-apocalyptic dark labyrinth of rustic power plants and abandoned mutants.

There will be a full bar at this event. RSVP to this event here

sponsored by www.nyvff.com

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