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Catalog No.: FTF-064 | 
In Theaters: July 21, 2016 | 
Director: Bingham Bryant & Kyle Molzan | 
Length: 94 minutes
 | Year: 2016


Theatrical Premier at Anthology Film Archives on July 21st in NYC and Facet's Cinematheque in Chicago on July 29, 2016

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For the Plasma begins in a remote house on the coast of Maine, where a young woman named Helen has found work as a forest-fire lookout responsible for monitoring the nearby woodland. While analyzing CCTV footage of the surrounding forest, she discovers she can reconfigure her perception to predict shifts in global financial markets. But when her inquisitive and demanding friend Charlie arrives at the house, Helen finds herself challenged and unsettled by her new colleague, and the two girls’ relationship begins to unravel. From this cryptic premise grows a lo-fi mind-bender of intimate scale and startling relevance that flirts with sci-fi and horror conventions, even as it subverts them. To the strains of an electronic score, For the Plasma juxtaposes pastoral imagery with surveillance technology, every shade and shadow captured in gorgeous 16mm.

Featuring: Anabelle LeMieux, Rosalie Lowe, Tom Lloyd, James Mark Han and Ryohei Hoshi

Directors – Bingham Bryant & Kyle Molzan
Writer – Bingham Bryant
Producer – Bingham Bryant
Cinematographer – Christopher Messina
Composer – Keiichi Suzuki
Executive Producers – Tyler Brodie, Jake Perlin, Andrew Adair, Kate West

Festivals: BAMcinemaFest, Entrevues Belfort, Unknown Pleasures, San Francisco IndieFest, Nashville Film Festival, IndieLisboa, Jeonju IFF, Maryland Film Festival, Chicago Underground

Film Press

"By any standard, remarkable. Delivers a dry New England strain of crazy." 
– Richard Brody, The New Yorker 

“Beguiling. Unclassifiable... A modest project of big ideas: about solitude, collaboration, conspiracy, magical thinking.” 
– Melissa Anderson, Artforum


“A liberating alternative to anything else in recent American cinema.”  
– Eric Kohn, Indiewire


Soundtrack Press

"An aural sensation ... enchanting." 
– Jason Ooim, THE PLAYLIST

"Infectious ... exuberant and jovial, foreboding and mysterious."
– Kevin Rakestaw, FILM PULSE

"The great, synth score by Keiichi Suzuki adds to the oddity." 
– Brian Tellerico, ROGEREBERT.COM

"Synth-heavy music — sometimes bouncy and playful, other times cascading and unsettling — provides jagged, beguiling accompaniment to a story that drifts along to its own blissfully idiosyncratic tune."
– Nick Schager, Variety

In Theaters 

July 21st to July 29th, 2016
Anthology Film Archives
New York, NY
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July 29rd to August 4th, 2016
Facets Cinematheque
Chicago, IL
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August 12 to August 18, 2016
Arena Cinema
Los Angeles , CA
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September 2nd & 3rd, 2016
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
Austin, TX
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November 26th, 2016
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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