RED-END AND THE SEEMINGLY SYMBIOTIC SOCIETY

Washington D.C. Premiere

RED-END AND THE SEEMINGLY SYMBIOTIC SOCIETY

(c) Morphosis

RED-END AND THE SEEMINGLY SYMBIOTIC SOCIETY (Netherlands, 2009, 15 min.)

Washington, D.C. Premiere The ant Red-end differs from the rest of his cohort and attempts to effect change in his collective. The ants gather sugar cubes in an icy cave in order to build a big palace with a nursery to cultivate larvae that become bizarre, marching gluttons. The greedy new group soon turns all green landscapes into a barren desert with fatal consequences. Filmed in stop animation. No dialogue. Directed by Robin Noorda and Bethany de Forest. Produced by Erik Schut.

Shown with GARDEN IN THE SEA (JARDIN EN EL MAR)

Ticket/Reservation Info:

FREE. No reservations required.

Artisphere, Dome Theatre

1101 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Va

(Metro: Rosslyn)

Free parking available on evenings after 5 p.m. Please use the N. Kent Street garage entrance. Validation is required and can be secured at the front desk.

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