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Water Borders draw out the inherit creep of vintage film

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Loric Sih, Matt Rogers, and Amitai Heller through the looking glass
PHOTO BY CHRIS STEVENS

"I would be happy if this band was able to score films professionally," enthuses Sih. The tones of the short films vary wildly, one even has a slapstick element — which seems worlds away from the Water Borders vibe. Says Heller, "It's challenging in a good way."

 

WATER BORDERS

Nov. 15, 7 p.m., free with RSVP

Public Works

161 Erie, SF

(415) 932-0955

www.myopenbar.com/celluloidsalon

www.publicsf.com

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