Current & Upcoming

  • THE COUNTY: Icelandic Activism
    Fri, Apr 30
    Virtual Cinema
    The director of oscar-nominated RAMS, Grímur Hákonarson returns to his native Iceland with another humanist farmland fable. A deeply affecting and timely political allegory set within a jaw-dropping natural landscape, aided by a tenacious anti-heroine with a touch of dry, idiosyncratic Nordic humor.
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  • TOVE: Artistic Independence!
    Fri, Jun 04
    Epsilon Spires
    The Backlot Cinema series begins with an enchanting and romantic portrait of the inspiring life of Finnish artist Tove Jansson, a woman who defied the bourgeois norms of post-War Europe to live a life of artistic and sexual freedom. Introduction by multimedia artist and film scholar, Jo Dery!
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  • 3-D MOVIE NIGHT!
    Fri, Jun 11
    Epsilon Spires
    Join us in The Backlot Cinema for CODEX ENTROPIA, a new arthouse short & THE MASK, a campy cult classic watched on the big screen through provided, old-school anaglyph (red/blue) 3-D Glasses!
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  • SISTERS WITH TRANSISTORS!
    Fri, Jun 18
    Epsilon Spires
    The remarkable untold story of electronic music’s female pioneers, composers who embraced machines and their liberating technologies to radically transform how we produce and listen to music today.
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  • Jean-Michel Basquiat: DOWNTOWN '81
    Fri, Jun 25
    Epsilon Spires
    A rare real-life snapshot of the creative energy and subculture of post-punk era New York City, starring a then-unknown, 19-year-old Jean-Michel Basquiat as a penniless, newly-evicted young artist wandering the streets and clubs of Manhattan as he searches for a mystery woman and a place to crash.
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  • Poetry + Film Weekend!
    Fri, Jul 16
    Epsilon Spires
    A Celebration of Black Girlhood with Poetry, Film, Food & Chocolate in our Outdoor Cinema! Featuring the films Hey Little Black Girl and The Fits, and poetry read by Shanta Lee Gander from her new debut book, GHETTOCLAUSTROPHOBIA: Dreamin of Mama While Trying to Speak Woman in Woke Tongues.
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