Wed., Apr. 30th at 8:00 pm
Set against the turbulent atmosphere of Brazil in the 1960s, Tropicália explores a revolution animated by music and art. Mixing traditional Brazilian and African rhythms with contemporary psychedelic experimentation and the avant-garde, the tropicália movement celebrated free expression in reaction and opposition to an atmosphere of increasing social and cultural oppression.
Thu., May. 22nd at 7:00 pm
The astounding debut feature length from NYC-based filmmaker Aaron Schimberg. Stunningly shot on 16mm black and white stock, the film is enhanced by striking production design and intricately assembled sets, housed within an abandoned paint factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The film has been critically hailed by The Playlist as a "strange and unforgettable half-remembered dream" and selected as a Critics' Pick by the Village Voice. The screening will be followed by Q&A with the director and producer.
Wed., May. 28th at 8:00 pm
A visually absorbing portrait of the seminal avant-garde composer, singer-songwriter, cellist, and disco producer Arthur Russell. Before his untimely death from AIDS in 1992, Arthur prolifically created music that spanned both pop and the transcendent possibilities of abstract art.
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