Film Screening & Final Live Performance

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Thursday, June 22, 2017

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

7:00 – 8:00 pm : Film Screening of Seth’s Dominion, in CC Performance Hall
8:00 – 9:00 pm : Final Performance of Omnis Temporalis, in Gallery
9:00 – 10:00 pm: Closing Reception

Cash bar for ages 19+ (Photo I.D. required).
Door prizes awarded at the close of the evening!

Seth’s Dominion is a 2014 National Film Board of Canada animated/live action documentary directed by Luc Chamberland about the Canadian cartoonist Seth. Throughout his works, Seth transforms an poignant inner life into observant and witty graphic stories. Incredibly prolific, he produces semi-autobiographical comics, award-winning commercial work, as well as what he calls his “little hobbies.” Here, director Luc Chamberland sheds light on his articulate character, mixing insightful biography with vivid animation in an artful fusion of filmmaking techniques that perfectly captures Seth’s manifold creative universe.

Performance of Omnis Temporalis by Mark Haney to follow the film screening. Performing in Omnis Temporalis are Richard Newman, Dorothea Hayley, koralee, and Jovanni Sy. Music by Mark Takeshi McGregor on alto/bass flute, Marina Hasselberg on cello, and Mark Haney on double bass. Costumes by Diane Park.

Free admission. Registration required due to limited seating.  Register at EventBrite.

Film rated PG – Parental Guidance suggested. Some material may not be suitable for children.

Click here to view a trailer of the film.