Albert Serra will join us to discuss his film, The Death of Louis XIV.
Versailles, August 1715. Louis XIV (Jean-Pierre Léaud) feels pain in his leg.
A show in which every episode is about the making of the previous episode.
“I don’t know when I started using the term ‘the art life.’”
Excavates the visual vocabulary we use to operate the daily material world.
The materiality of life, light, gesture, and decay.
Spalding Gray searches for “the perfect moment.”
What is the sound of the queer southern blues?
A very rare theatrical screening.
“We didn’t want any of the bullshit. We didn’t want the clichés.”
Sparks fly between Harry and Helene, but is it only an act?
An endearingly raw document of a performance by Big Dance Theater.
Struggling dreamer Melvin might have just met Howard Hughes.
An immersive audio/visual experience.
North American premiere of restoration. In celebration of James Agee.
A walking tour, with some surprises (and drinks) along the way.
The best thriller since the days of Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang.
Robyn Hitchcock ambles through stories and songs.