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The Lanthanide Series (2014)

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The Lanthanide Series (2014)

Film
Thursday, September 10
7 pm
Cost: Free
Drawing on her expertise in the fields of both environmental science and filmmaking, Erin Espelie's The Lanthanide Series is a fascinating video essay examining modern technology, black mirrors, earth's elements, and the unseen connections between these things.

USA | 72 minutes | DCP | Erin Espelie

Drawing on her expertise in the fields of both environmental science and filmmaking, Erin Espelie's The Lanthanide Series is a fascinating video essay examining modern technology, black mirrors, earth's elements, and the unseen connections between these things. Espelie is an ideal candidate for making such a film, as she effortlessly creates a rare thing: A film that authentically connects the worlds of art and science in order to make truly original and important observations.

USA | 72 minutes | DCP | Erin Espelie

Drawing on her expertise in the fields of both environmental science and filmmaking, Erin Espelie's The Lanthanide Series is a fascinating video essay examining modern technology, black mirrors, earth's elements, and the unseen connections between these things. Espelie is an ideal candidate for making such a film, as she effortlessly creates a rare thing: A film that authentically connects the worlds of art and science in order to make truly original and important observations.

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