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(PDATED!) Watch Sean Durkin's 'Mary Last Seen' Short

by The Playlist
February 20, 2012 6:30 PM
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Updated 7:00PM EST: You can now view the film! Grab your redemption code and go here to watch it.

Updated 6:30PM EST: Live streaming of the event will begin in just 30 minutes right below the body of this post. See below for details on how to participate and view the film. For those of you who have already signed up, enjoy the screening.

As promised, tonight at 7PM ET at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Film Center Ampitheater, The Playlist and IndieWIRE, in conjunction with Film Linc, will be showing “Martha Marcy May Marlene" director Sean Durkin's short, "Mary Last Seen" for free. A type of prequel to the celebrated drama starring Elizabeth Olsen and John Hawkes, the excellent companion piece short, “Mary Last Seen” explores the notion of cult indoctrination and serves as an early entry point into the recruitment of lost souls and how they are brought into the fold. The ampitheater only seats 75, so make sure to get there early. But if you can't make it, (or don't live nearby), you can sign up to unlock and watch the short at exactly 7pm, by registering here (and you will not be able to see it before then; set your watches; this one is appointment viewing only).

The short will be shown in its entirety and additionally, director Sean Durkin, cinematographer Drew Innis and actress Alexia Rasmussen will be in the house for a post Q&A that The Playlist and IndieWIRE will livestream right here in this post (tune around 7:10 pm ET). Follow IndieWIRE and The Playlist on Twitter as well.  We'll be taking questions live from Twitter during the streaming Q&A, for the filmmakers so follow along use the hashtag #marylastseen, tonight on February 20th to participate. See you later this evening. “Martha Marcy May Marlene" is available on DVD and Blu-Ray tomorrow, Tuesday, February 21st.

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  • joseph | February 21, 2012 8:05 AMReply

    that was fast.. i couldn't watch the movie.. when will it be avaiable again?

  • jingmei | February 20, 2012 9:19 PMReply

    It's a tragedy that this format of video hard to watch for me, and it's also hard to post a comment here today.

  • jingmei | February 21, 2012 9:38 AM

    Yeah, and the actual order of the things was like Mary Last Seen came out in (such as Sundance)2010, as an impressive short film, but less that awesome as MMMM came out in 2011, so now it comes for the second time by MMMM, as an inspiration of the feature project could tell from it. Since could find pretty bunch of searching results online about this short older sister of MMMM.

  • Carter | February 20, 2012 10:56 AMReply

    The short is also featured on the new Wholphin DVD.

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