If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in Chicago on the evening of July 10th, then this is one film premiere you absolutely do not want to miss. Tim Navis and Kim Holtermand’s film Outliers: Vol. 1: Iceland will be screening at Lincoln Hall, and promises to be a visual and sonic feast of the pair’s trip to Iceland. The following is a brief description of what you can expect: This past October, Chicago film collective SCENIC traveled to the Icelandic countryside alongside photographers Tim Navis + Kim Holtermand and music composer Deru to create a series of improvised, collaborative short films. The resulting documentary – entitled ‘Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland’ – will be released in June, along with a companion soundtrack compilation featuring thirteen contemporary classical composers and electronic music producers. Along with the film itself, the film’s incredible score will be one of the main highlights, featuring the music of Deru, Shigeto, Loscil, Heathered Pearls, and Sweatson Klank. To learn more be sure to visit SCENICstudio.tv, and follow the team on Facebook and Twitter. You can pick up your tickets for the July 10th Chicago screening by CLICKING HERE.
Chicago Set To Premiere The Icelandic (And Sonic) Brilliance Of SCENIC’s “Outliers Vol. 1: Iceland”
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