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The do-it-yourselfers behind Seth Smith’s epic living drug flick Lowlife have put together a unique guerrilla theatrical release that will see their film play in twenty cities and towns, reaching every province in Canada in one weekend. The film will screen in galleries, bars, basements, backrooms, indie theatres, community halls, churches and other alternative spaces. Some of the regional presenters include Weird Canada, Sappyfest, Sled Island, Ghost Town, The Khyber Centre for the Arts, The Screening Room, KIAC, and Crace Mountain.
Lowlife premiered to a sold out audience at Fantasia International in July and recently won the audience award for BEST FEATURE at the Atlantic Film Festival.
“Lowlife often defies narrative logic, linear plot development and basic storytelling presumptions to achieve a deep and terrifying surrealism that echoes—and sometimes surpasses—the work of David Lynch and Luis Bunuel.” ATLANTIC FILM FESTIVAL
“Lowlife is the feel-bad hit of 2012” – VICE
“A shiver-inducing… mudsploitation flick” – WEIRD CANADA
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