Screening of feature film "Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum" by Madsen Minax at Vermont International Film Festival
- By Simone Blaise-Glaunsinger
The feature film Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum by Madsen Minax, Assistant Professor in Time-based Media at the UVM Department of Art and Art History, will be screened at the Vermont International Film Festival. Madsen will be skyping in for a Q and A following the screening.
Saturday October 21, 6:30pm
Main Street Landing Black Box
60 Lake Street, 3rd floor
Kairos Dirt & the Errant Vacuum follows a middle school lunch lady and her multiple lovers, her religious co-worker, a gender-queer student, and a phone sex operator/psychic medium. Through collective dreams, a trans-worldly ghost invades the characters’ sleep to reveal an alternate realm of wanton, subconscious desire. Amid the post-industrial decay of the American South, television monitors, radio frequencies, orifices and dreams all become portals to access this mysterious carnal dimension.
For more information on the festival and the screening, go here: http://vtiff.org/festival/