Infest Wisely

There’s a new, chewable nanotechnology that lets you take photos with your eyes, cures cancer and eliminates body odour. But the early adopters are realizing they got extra “features” they didn’t count on. And no one told them once they spread through the bloodstream, it’s harder to uninstall than your average computer virus.

is a feature length movie written by novelist in seven episodes, each with different directors.  With a cameo by ME as the surly restaurant diner.

Check out the trailer (with a cameo by me) and consider becoming a Key Infestor by joining us at Innis Town Hall on Friday, May 18th at 7pm for the and screening ($5).

is being released for free download on the internet and podcast starting May 22th. “It was free to make, so it’s free to watch,” says Munroe, who has also released his novels under a license for free download.

But the first people who will see the movie will be attendees of their “Infestor’s Meeting” at Innis Town Hall on Friday, May 18th at 7pm. “It’s not as exclusive as it sounds. For $5 you can be a ‘Key Infestor’,” says Munroe with a grin. “And really it’s a way for people to support the project — the money is going to pay for the fees to apply to festivals all over the world.”

The sponsorship money will fund a pressing of the DVD, to which the directors will add their DIY movie making commentary. “Hopefully we’ll see more and more people realizing that making indie movies is more achievable now than it has ever been,” Munroe says. “And if word about it spreads half as fast as blood-borne nanotechnology, we’ll be dominating the world in no time!”

Alexa Clark

Alexa is a digital marketer and author with over 20 years in digital & interactive communications in the food and tech industries. Alexa's CheapEats Restaurant Guides, for both Toronto & Ottawa, were Canadian best sellers. She is a recognized authority on social media and has been named one of Canada's 20 Leading Women in Social Media.

One thought on “Infest Wisely

  • May 15, 2007 at 5:16 pm

    Our worlds, how they interfect!
    I just met Jim Munroe the other day. His partner Susan Bustos had done a presentation on knitting models of proteins in an exhibition I had participated in last year, but I never connect people to their partners. (b/t/w who was that nice man barbequing at your place that time I visited? …He sometimes stands next to you at parties.)
    I will see you at Innis and woot loudly when you appear on screen.


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