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Who: Zero Film Festival
When: Friday, April 9, 2010 @ 8:30PM
Where: Spark Contemporary Art Space, 1005 E. Fayette St.
Cost: $5
*Beverages available for purchase.

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Spring will mark  Zero Film Festival‘s 3rd year with established dual home bases in Los Angeles and Brooklyn. This year’s festival ran from December 2nd to the 13th in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, with over 100 films, live performances, innovative screenings and events. More info can be found at www.zerofilmfest.com.
After the fun and success of last year’s west coast tour (Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Hollywood and Orange County) and in aims to keep the festival and DIY film/videomaker community growing Zero is widely expanding the tour this year, bringing the best indie films to appreciative audiences and building relationships with local filmmaking talent along the way. The touring program will be comprised of the highlights and award winning films from our December festival as well as hand-picked work from artists in all the cities we travel to.
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Featuring:
Hook Nose: A premiere work/collab between Steve Strauss and Ann Hirsch, among others. Celeb-reality meets underage pornography, with a few surprises along the way.
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Screening Program:
Morgenrot – Jeff Desom
How to Draw Clouds – Salise Hughes
122 Random Seconds – Karl Lind
Animated Heavy Metal Parking Lot – Leslie Sipnet
Cooked Snow –  Xiaowen Zhu (Syracuse, NY)
Brethen Arise – Brett Chesanek (Winner Best Experimental NY & LA Zer0 09)
Hook-nose 1.0 – Steven Strauss (in collaboration with Ann Hirsch)
(#2)
Who: Cartune Xprez, Future Television Tour
When: Saturday, April 10 @ 8:00PM
Where: Spark Contemporary Art Space
Cost: $5
*Beverages available for purchase.
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This screening program includes work by:
Nate Boyce
Martha Colburn
Sebastian Buerkner
Rimas Sakalauskas
Christine Gensheimer
Brandon Blommaert
Jim Trainor
Allison Schulnik
David Daniels
and others…… Adding to the spectacle, Hooliganship will be premiering a new electroluminescent stage show to frame the whole scene.
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