To Do Wednesday: Click. Print. Gun.

cody To Do Wednesday: <em>Click. Print. Gun.</em>

Cody R. Wilson (Screencap: YouTube)

VICE debuts a new documentary produced by Erin Carr about the way 3D printing—and specifically its potential to create firearms and other weapons—is changing the nature of the debate about gun control and even about intellectual property and creativity. With a great title—Click. Print. Gun.—and a red-hot subject matter, the film is certain to be a smash. Its trailer already notched 121,000 views and over 1,600 comments (most of them threatening to kill those who hold a differing viewpoint on gun control). The film premieres on on March 25, but lucky invited ducks can catch one of two screenings hosted by Motherboard and Vice at the Soho House. Cody R. Wilson, the dishy University of Texas law student who founded the wikiweapon project and stars in the film, will be on hand to take questions.

Click. Print. Gun. Screenings, Soho House, 29-35 9th Avenue, 7:15 and 8:15, by invitation only.

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