- Monday, April 30, 2012 7:00 p.m.
- View Trailer
Tickets are not needed for this short film screening
Filmed on the road, without any permits, over a period of five hot summer days, Mudcity is the story of a young, nameless vagabond who, after finding a box of photographs and cassette tapes in a recently deceased woman's home, decides to seek out the deceased woman's son. Combining the rough aesthetics of Super 8mm with a score of heavy discordant guitar strums, Mudcity stands as the obdurate antithesis of an industry increasingly concerned with clarity and high-fidelity.
Produced as part of his honors thesis through the Department of Communication and Culture, Curt Miller's Mudcity is a search for meaning when all the signs suggest that life itself has become redundant. The film was made possible partly through the generosity of the Hutton Honors College.
For more information, visit the film's website at mudcity.tumblr.com.
Tickets are not needed for this screening.