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END OF THE WORLD: NEW WORK FROM IRIS FILM COLLECTIVE

THURSDAY, JULY 23 AT 8 PM

A group of experimental filmmakers is presented with the task of making a film about the end of the world using a limited amount of high contrast, black and white print stock… The sea level rises, the magnetic poles switch, we face the mortality of ourselves and those we love, and question ideas of identity, representation and time itself.

Iris Film Collective is a Vancouver-based group of independent artists creating, exhibiting and touring film-based works – single channel, expanded, sculptural, installation – with the goal of increasing the visibility and accessibility of experimental media art. FILMMAKERS AMANDA THOMSON AND ZOE KIRK-GUSHOWATY IN ATTENDANCE.

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