"The Adventures of Miss Girl" & "Sci-Fi Sol"

Directed by: Joseph R. Lewis

Jan
10
5243 N. Clark St.
60640 Chicago

 8pm: The Adventures of Miss Girl (57 min) ~ A rare screening of the pioneering 2007 web series featuring original art by Jeffrey Brown. Written & Directed by Joseph R. Lewis

"A touching and heartbreaking depiction of the free-floating angst that comes with a relationship's demise."
- Lena Dunham, HBOs "Girls"

THEN Dr. Dredd, himself, takes the audience on a sordid and scandalous tour of his Wagon of Wonders. If you are an enemy of the Black Arts, or a vulnerable soul susceptible to demonic possession, PLEASE STAY AWAY!

9:30pm: Sci Fi Sol (46 min) ~ The Underground Multiplex presents a rock opera evoking the best of Michel Gondry and Ken Russell's opus Tommy: The Movie that is sure to gain the modern Midnight cult status of Repo! The Genetic Opera. Emily, a lonely designer, finds herself in the middle of a fantastic and dangerous adventure when her most recent creation, the super hero rock star Melody Nife, comes to life. As Melody Nife's power increases, Emily realizes that he is actually a slave of the evil Brain Computer that is hypnotizing the world with music! Now Emily must save the world and rescue Melody Nife from the sinister clutches of The Nifers, a team of video game superheroes of Emily's own design. Music by Melody Nife. Written & Produced by Dave Asher and Joseph R. Lewis

 

All screenings feature: Specialty Brews and light eats, Xclusive give-aways and raffles, & TUGM's Wagon of Wonders showcasing relics and artifacts from far away worlds where magic still exists.

Fridays, January 10, 17, 24, 31 // Show starts at 8pm // Chicago Filmmakers' Screening Space - 5243 N. Clark St. in Andersonville // $8 suggested donation at the door

Click here for $6 advance tickets!

Friday Night VOLUME: We continue to celebrate films created and produced in Chicago with this new Friday night series! These films screen 4 consecutive Fridays each month, and include Q&A’s, live musical performances, art installations, and more. Guest curated by Jake Weisman of The Capra Movie House.

 

Duration: 
105min