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Cinematheque Presents: 16mm Shorts & “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK” (2006)

This Friday 4/12 at 6:30PM in David Lawrence 207 join us for a very special Film Studies Cinematheque 16mm presentation and screening as part of our Food & Feast series.

We will begin the evening with two 16mm shorts, “Automania 2000″ and “Dreams of Rarebit Fiend,” selected from Pitt’s own 16mm collection. This is a rare and fun opportunity to see selections from this collection. Veronica Fitzpatrick (PhD student English/ Film Studies) will present the 2006 film by Park Chan-wook, “I’m a Cyborg, but That’s OK.” Discussion to follow.

About “Cyborg”: Placed in a psych ward for believing she’s a robot, troubled Young-goon forsakes food and attempts instead to charge her body with electronic devices. As her health deteriorates, another eccentric patient tries to inspire her to start eating again.

Join us for Free Pizza!

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Questions? Contact Katie Bird (kbird4@gmail.com) or Jordan Schonig (jos120@pitt.edu).