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New film shares an aerial look at Indiana

You can catch a screening of “Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene” during its six-city tour.

Screenshot of the Liminal trailer

You can watch the full trailer on YouTube.

Screenshot via YouTube

“Anthropocene” is a term used to describe the current geological age during which humans have dominated the climate and environment — you might recognize it from “The Anthropocene Reviewed,” a book of essays by local author John Green.

Now, the concept is being explored by two Hoosier filmmakers: Zach Schrank and Aaron Yoder in a film called “Liminal: Indiana in the Anthropocene,” which takes an aerial look at the state and asks the audience to consider how humans affect the environment. All of the filming was done by Indiana Aerials drone cameras and the score was written by Grammy-nominated Hoosier composer Nate Utesch.

You can see the film for yourself when it heads to Indianapolis on Tuesday, April 25 at Kan-Kan Cinema & Brasserie. The film starts at 7:30 p.m. — don’t forget to RSVP.

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