Monday, April 27, 2015, 8:30 – 10:30 pm (Doors at 7:30 pm)
Free Beer! Sponsored by Fullsteam Brewery
For the one year anniversary of UNEXPOSED, we’ve decided to show our own work! We will be presenting our two 31′ documentaries, Por Dinero and Rice for Sale [read below for more details on films]. Fullsteam is sponsoring us for the event and donating 100 Cack-a-lacky Ginger Pale Ales. If you’re not keen on ginger, BYOB 😀
Creative destruction is an economic concept that describes the paradox of progress by attaching evolutionary theory to capitalism. “It’s the process of industrial mutation that incessantly revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating a new one.” The dualistic nature pairs well with who we are as twins and the stories we try to tell- tales of a people and their pursuit of money. How does this pursuit mutate now that change is the only constant in capitalism?
Por Dinero (31min, 16mm to video, 2012)
Quotes from an ancient Mayan hero tie together the life of an undocumented Mexican, his indigenous family, and their dying language.
Rice for Sale (31min, 16mm to video, 2013)
An experimental tale distorting Bali’s modern world into a historical account depicting the demise of its former cultural motto, “Rice is Life.” Ten wordless vignettes, all in-camera edits, are strung together to compose a two-part mythological venture down the heavenly mountain toward the demonic sea, culminating at the site of the 2002 terrorist bombing.
Brendan and Jeremy Smyth are 16mm experimental documentary filmmakers who explore the globe in search of cultural oddities. Their interest in visual anthropology has sent them from Mexico to Indonesia showcasing the economic plight of workers through unique methods of storytelling. The twins’ work has won multiple awards and screened at notable festivals/venues including $100, Anthology Film Archives, Antimatter, Athens Int’l, Atlanta, Big Muddy, Chicago Underground, Columbus Int’l, FLEXfest, Edinburgh Int’l, ICDOCS, Indie Grits, Milwaukee Underground, and Virginia. The two are the directors/programmers of the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival in Massachusetts with submissions open for the third annual event. Currently, the Smyth brothers live in Durham, NC, where they curate a monthly experimental film series known as UNEXPOSED.
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April 27, 2015
8:30 - 10:30 pm (Doors at 7:30 pm)