Actual vintage postcards painstakingly recombined to depict unreal places, poker-faced video interviews with the purported offspring of fictional characters, an ethereal installation made of souvenir photo-slide viewers — Judith G. Levy's visions seem to arrive from an art Bizarro world. (That's why we like her; The Pitch gave her a MasterMind award in 2012.) Her latest project, a 50-minute movie called NV in KC, turns yet another world on its head: the local art scene. It's a work of fiction (one with an appealingly Louie-like aesthetic), but it chews on some real feeling. And its cast makes it the It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World of KC cinema, with De De DeVille and Jaimie Warren (among many other recognizable local figures) playing characters, and Sherry Leedy and Julián Zugazagoitia (among several other museum leaders) as themselves. The Rocket Grant–funded movie screens tonight at the Lawrence Arts Center (940 New Hampshire, 785-843-2787). The free event starts at 7 p.m.