Random Lunacy plays at Southern Circuit Film Series

Random Lunacy: Videos From the Road Less Traveled, by Victor Zimet and Stephanie Silber, will play in Charleston as part of the Southern Circuit Film Series. The film chronicles the life and adventures of world-wanderer Poppa Neutrino.

Here's a bit about the film from the festival:
Random Lunacy is a documentary that chronicles the life and adventures of Poppa Neutrino and his family. From the streets of New York to a circus in Mexico, from the Arizona desert to an Atlantic Ocean crossing on a raft made of discarded materials, from Russia to Europe playing Dixieland jazz and eking out a living on the streets and points in between, Zimet and Silber weave a fascinating portrait of an incredibly resourceful, determined, inventive, and independent family led by Poppa Neutrino, who is the captain of his life and the patriarch of this family of talented but impoverished vagabonds.

Festival favorite, “Random Lunacy: Videos From the Road Less Traveled,” continues to travel the world, like its subject, Poppa Neutrino.

The film plays at Friday, March 13, at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, at 54 St. Philip Street.