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Dystopia On Our Doorstep Series Pass
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Dystopia on Our Doorstep
Uncle Kent 2
Nov 09

(Todd Rohal, USA, 2015, DCP, 73 min)

What if the the world ended while you were texting into the void from the least popular booth at Comic-Con? In Todd Rohal's most delightfully meta and nihilistically hilarious film to date, the genre-jumping anti-sequel to Joe Swanbergs post-mumblecore feature Uncle Kent, Kent embarks, sequel-less, to Comic-Con in San Diego, which rapidly turns into his psychological unraveling -- or the apocalypse -- you pick.



Dystopia on Our Doorstep
Homo Sapiens

Seattle premiere!

Nov 18 - Nov 19

(Nikolaus Geyrhalter,  Switzerland / Germany / Austria, 2016, DCP, 94 min)

Homo Sapiens is a film about the finiteness and fragility of human existence and the end of the industrial age, and what it means to consider what human impact on the world looks like once were gone. What will remain of our lives?



Dystopia on Our Doorstep
Crumbs

Seattle premiere!

Nov 18

(Miguel Llansó, Ethiopia / Spain / Finland, 2015, DCP, 68 min)

The best apocalyptic settings are enigmatic. Where not only human society, but even the rules of reality seem to have been cracked open and reassembled in the wrong order. Crumbs, a striking new post-apocalyptic film, falls into this category, while offering a unique, visually arresting slant on what the world looks like post-civilization.




Dystopia on Our Doorstep
Babe: Pig in the City
Nov 20 - Nov 23

(George Miller, Australia, 1998, DCP, 97 min)

Babe: Pig in the City is George Millers (of Mad Max fame) dark, surrealist follow-up to the Australian family hit. In the sequel, Babe leaves his idyllic farm for the sprawling metropolis; Miller's urban landscape is a dystopic, overwhelming, frightening, chaotic, and sometimes cruel place for the animal proletariat.




Dystopia on Our Doorstep
For the Plasma
Nov 26

(Bingham Bryant and Kyle Molzan, USA, 2014, DCP, 94 min)

In a remote house in Maine, two old friends analyze CCTV footage of the surrounding forest to predict shifts in global financial markets. For the Plasma juxtaposes pastoral imagery with surveillance technology, all set to an out-there score by legendary video game composer Keiichi Suzuki of the Earthbound series, and every shade and shadow captured in gorgeous 16mm.

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Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
United States


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