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FREE Debut Screening of Absurdist Comedy, “Bugs” – July 6, 8 PM

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July 6, 8pm
Orientation Room (“Bark” room) M104
2 West 13th Street, lobby level
New York, NY 10003

FREE! (seating is limited, first come, first served)

“Bugs”—the debut feature film from performance artists Life of a Craphead—is a satire about a bug society and its most powerful family.

Featuring situations like a university lecture gone wrong and a failed SNL episode, “Bugs” presents the absurdity of life within a patriarchal society obsessed with success. The DIY film sets the Bug universe right in the middle of the real world, creating multiple layers of reality that interact with each other. Produced over 2011-2015 with a large cast and crew of artists and comedians.

“Funny-furious”
—Canadian Art

“Bugs is one of the strangest, funniest, most mystifying and most profound contemporary films I know.”
—Sheila Heti

“Bugs lets loose theatre, comedy and some great outsiders into the streets of Toronto. It simply reclaims and renames all found there — a familiar world that is completely new and already dirty. It is hard not to leave the cinema with changed eyes, seeing all that is Bugs when you are back out in the streets.”
—Margaux Williamson

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For more information about the film, visit the website.
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