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Life in Antarctica and music videos feature in this monthly series of local short films

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The monthly series for local and independent artists is highlighted by "On Being Polar," Keith Reimink's short about the making of No Horizon Anymore, his award-winning feature-length documentary about life among researchers stationed in Antarctica. The Pittsburgh-based filmmaker's 2008-09 trip to the bottom of the world yielded footage of everything from the aurora lights to people working off cabin fever. Reimink also screens three music videos, two for art-rock band Ghost Heart and one for metal outfit Under Everything. The April 14 screening also includes "With Something to Share," a dramatic short by Hatem Hassan and Paul Welle. And Kyle Rawlinson and Elias Kurlfink tag-team-directed the two halves of "The Casket and Body," a short drama set at a viewing that takes a dark comic twist.

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