The AFS Screening Series at LPCA continues Feb. 28th when top Vermont award-winning indie filmmaker Jay Craven appears in person to introduce his latest movie—the “sci-fi noir” WETWARE. Based on the novel by Craig Nova and shot in Burlington and Brattleboro, Vermont, and Nantucket, Massachusetts, “WETWARE” is set in a time and place where there are tough and tedious jobs no one wants to do and people down on their luck who volunteer for genetic modifications to gain the focus, stamina and synthesized sense of well-being that makes them right for this work—-in other words, people so at the end of their rope that they will do anything for a sense of security and well-being. Jay Craven will be on hand at LPCA to introduce his film and participate in a post-screening Q&A discussion with audience members. Tickets to “WETWARE” are $10 each and are available at the door as well as by advance reservation via the LPCA box office (518-523-2512, lakeplacidarts.org). The arts center is located at 17 Algonquin Drive, off NYS Route 86/Saranac Ave. at the intersection near the Quality Inn and Desperados/Stewart’s. To learn more about these screenings or other AFS programs, please contact Fred Balzac, AFS Screening Series Program Director and Board Member, at 518-588-7275 or email@example.com.