From “The Motive Power Series” by Mike Gibisser
On Saturday, January 5, director Mike Gibisser will be in person presenting his latest film work, The Motive Power Series. It’s the latest in a decade-long career that’s taken his work to international film festivals. Chicago Filmmakers hosts the screening as part of their local filmmaker series.
The Motive Power Series by Mike Gibisser
Saturday January 5, 2013 at 7:30pm
5243 N. Clark, Chicago IL
Suggested donation: $8
Here is Mike Gibisser’s feature film, Finally, Lillian and Dan presented in its entirety via Vimeo:
FINALLY, LILLIAN & DAN in the BRAIN KITCHEN
Director Mike Gibisser presented his quietly disquieting movie FINALLY, LILLIAN & DAN in person at our Brain Kitchen Theatre last Friday night.
A gourmet BBQ was catered for us by Grillmaster MXMI, who also shared his tales of dangerous battles with mythic sea creatures. Laura Zinger (Director, ‘Proceed and Be Bold!‘) impressed all in attendance when she summoned a cloud of moths from a spigot. Once bellies were full and potions had been drank, We, the Mighty Beings of the Kingdom of Nawizopaati, ascended to the Brain Kitchen Theatre and partook in a screening/ancient sweatbox ritual meant to induce illumination.
Fevers, vomiting, impatience, and eventually, Nirvana ensued.
Watch the movie yourself 4FREE Below:
Finally, Lillian and Dan from mike gibisser on Vimeo.
As a prelude to our feature, we were proud to screen Episode One of the Four Eyed Monsters Podcast, by Arin Crumley and Susan Buice. For those unfamiliar with Four-Eyed Monsters and it’s historic significance in the albeit abbreviated history of independent online film distribution, do investigate further.
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BILLY WAS A DEAF KID XOX from The Underground Multiplex on Vimeo.
Download the Director’s Q&A in it’s entirety right here:
Billy Was a Deaf Kid Q&A (appr. 100mb)
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