A Ship of Human Skin: Film screening and conversation with writer/director Richard Bailey and cast members
Thursday, November 7, 2019,
Venue: SP/N Gallery
A Ship of Human Skin is a gothic story about mysticism and violent crime. Two women go into the fringe of rural culture to seek a revelation. They fall into a dark trap, and one must do something drastic in order to save her friend. By turns serious and surreal, this is a far-reaching film that concerns friendship, bad luck, and the feminine aspect of god. View the trailer. The film features the following UT Dallas faculty and alumni: Hilly Holsonback (alumni) is a visual artist and actor. She plays Jeannie Tiller in the film. Hannah Weir (alumni) is a performance artist and actor. She plays Saribeth Merton. Brad Hennigan (former adjunct professor) is an actor. He plays Martin Bennett. Fred Curchack (faculty) is a performance legend. His voice is heard as the narrator. Richard Bailey (alumni) is writer and director for the film. The following people will be available for the discussion and Q&A: Actor, Hilly Holsonback Writer/Director, Richard Bailey Cinematographer, Jay Flowers Composer, Patrick D. Murphy More info on the film: Glasstire Observer IMDb Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Film screening at 8:00 p.m. Q&A at 9:40 p.m. Facebook event.
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