Film events and Master Classes
UNITED STATES , Canada
| 105 minutes | 2017
Solitude, mourning and murder in this noir-hearted, latter-day Western indie thriller that’s also a haunting character study. The scene: small-town Alaska. The protagonist: an ex-rodeo star in search of obscurity. His adversary: a stranger with a yen for violence who drags him into his vortex. An extraordinarily potent debut feature that’s as rough as backwoods moonshine, this brutal musing on human nature puts director Jamie M. Dagg squarely on the map.
In a class by itself, the cult film poem that is India Song invents “a new way of saying things.”1 Quintessential Durassian cinema. In the languid days...
FRANCE | 105 minutes | 1975
Cult 60s beach romp. Cue the scantily clad young Californians, music by The Animals and madcap trysts. The first feature by Stephanie Rothman, queen of the...
UNITED STATES | 105 minutes | 1968
Josh «Socalled» Dolgin, an incredible multi-talented artist, and his guests sets to music the famous silent horror film, Der Golem. Made in 1915, this...
GERMANY | 105 minutes | 1915
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