Movies at the gallery

A clip from Craig Baldwin's 'Mock Up on Mu' which will be screened at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Lexington Art League's Loudon House Courtyard.

The Lexington Art League and Lexington Film League are shining a brighter spotlight on their exhibit Re:Play in its final week with a film screening on the courtyard of the Loudon House Thursday night.

The feature will be San Francisco-based filmmaker Craig Baldwin’s Mock Up on Mu (2008), described on the groups’ websites as, “A radical hybrid of spy, sci-fi, Western, and even horror genres.” The film mixes found film clips from pulp serials, industrial films and other genres mixed with new live action footage to tell the story of post-World War II subcultures such as, “rocket pioneers, alternative religions, and Beat lifestyles.”

Click here to see a preview of the film.

Re:Play is an exhibit of 20 videos by 16 local and national film artists. In runs through Sunday at the Loudon House.

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