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In his much-anticipated first feature-length motion picture, Simon Tarr paints a stunning, sweeping technohistory of the human race to obsolescence. Sacred geometry and ominous CGI intertwine with a retelling of the story of Noah to illuminate the illusion of authority and the nature of autonomy in the contemporary digital sphere.
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Simon Tarr made his first movie at the age of eight. The strip of film was fashioned from sandwich bags taped together, with spaceships drawn on it. The projector was a shoebox with a lamp in it, the lens was a magnifying glass on the end of a toilet paper tube. The film premiered on the wall of his bedroom, where the film melted after a few seconds.
Since then, his films have been screened on every continent (yes, even Antarctica) in hundreds of film festivals. Professor Tarr teaches cinema production at Ithaca College. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, and is a Trustee of the University Film and Video Foundation.
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