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NOBODY CARES

Sun, Nov 13, 2011
at 7 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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NOBODY CARES

DIRECTOR: TRAVIS SWARTZ - IDAHO (BOISE)

(NAR) Bob Rockefeller (not those Rockefellers) has 8.5 days to live, and nobody cares. Passed over for promotion at work, his marriage slipping through his fingers, and his only true friends a pair of loyal guinea pigs, Bob suddenly realizes he wants just one thing before he goes: to be loved. Upon the advice of his psychiatrist whose methods are questionable at best, Bob sets out on a comedic odyssey to turn his life around. With ebullient wit and a rarefied charm, NOBODY CARES explores the thin line between self-confidence and self-delusion.

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Thu, Nov 17, 2011
at 8 PM (Worksound Gallery, 820 SE Alder)

NW FILMMAKERS’ FESTIVAL AND GRAND DETOUR PRESENT CAMERA-FREE FILMS BY DEVON DAMONTE

WASHINGTON (OLYMPIA)

(EXP) The Festival partners with Grand Detour to present this collection of camera-free films produced by Olympia’s Devon Damonte. The program will include a multiple projector performance employing a dazzling array of outmoded light-throwing contraptions, including overhead projector, Kodak Carousel Slide projector, Tamron Fotovix, and various 16mm projectors, as well as the following films by Damonte: THE ARTIFACTS OF LIFE (2011), BLUE BALLS SUITE (2010), BROWNIE RUBBING (1989), SCRATCH FEATURE TEASER (2011), LOOPIN LI (2009-11), and the as-yet-unproduced THE MASTERPIECE MADE THE NIGHT BEFORE (2011)—a project made at the Hand Painted Film Society workshop the preceding Wednesday.

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