Denver, CO 80209
Head underground, literally and figuratively, to get a look at some of Colorado's most unusual filmmakers when the Indie Film Underground sets up shop underneath St. Mark's Coffee House tonight. The ninety-minute program of experimental short form film and video from independent artists from all over the state should offer an incredible variety of leftfield ideas and images. "Experimental is open-ended, it's just eclectic filmmaking," explains founder John Hartman. "It's just anything goes. They will be artsy experimental films. There are absolutely no restrictions as long as it is a visual film."
Among the films is a Super-8 projection of Hartman's own experimental work, Freak Train. "It's footage of freaks and then a train. And then freaks, and then a train," he says. Immediately following the screening will be a Q&A with several of the filmmakers.
It's 8 p.m. tonight only in the Ubisububi Room, below St Mark's Coffee House, 2019 East 17th Avenue. Admission is free, and free popcorn will be served. For additional info, visit www.indiefilmunderground.com or call 303-717-6503.
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