Selected by multi-disciplinary artist Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Choctaw/Cherokee) to coincide with his SITE Santa Fe exhibition The Body Electric. Indigenous Australian artist Tracy Moffatt's film explores memory and the haunting of generational trauma through three tales of the supernatural. Dreamlike in its presentation, the film elevates the often underestimated "ghost story" to artistic new heights. The presentation of this film precedes a prerecorded conversation with Jeffrey Gibson about the film's significance to his own body of work.
Selected by multi-disciplinary artist Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Choctaw/Cherokee) to coincide with his SITE Santa Fe exhibition The Body Electric. This narrative feature, the script for which was written from actual interviews, highlights the day-to-day struggles of Native people living in Bunker Hill, Los Angeles. Lost to obscurity for years, this important and groundbreaking film was re-discovered and restored in 2008. The presentation of the film precedes an in person discussion and Q&A with Jeffrey Gibson as to how the film informs and interacts with his own body of work.
Rfor language, some violence and brief drug use.
Emily (Aubrey Plaza) is saddled with student debt and locked out of the job market due to a minor criminal record. Desperate for income, she takes a shady gig as a “dummy shopper,” buying goods with stolen credit cards supplied by a handsome and charismatic middleman named Youcef (Theo Rossi). Faced with a series of dead-end job interviews, Emily soon finds herself seduced by the quick cash and illicit thrills of black-market capitalism, and increasingly interested in her mentor Youcef. Together, they hatch a plan to bring their business to the next level in Los Angeles.
PGfor thematic material including some unsettling images, and brief smoking.
Intrepid scientists and lovers Katia & Maurice Krafft died in a volcanic explosion doing the very thing that brought them together: unravelling the mysteries of volcanoes by capturing the most explosive imagery ever recorded. A doomed love triangle between Katia, Maurice and volcanoes, told through their archival footage
This feature length documentary offers a deep dive, not into the life and body of work of legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen but into the impact of one song—"Hallelujah." Featuring archival footage and interviews, this film acts as a portrait of one of the most talented and beloved songwriters of all time.
Marcel is an adorable one-inch-tall shell who ekes out a colorful existence with his grandmother Connie and their pet lint, Alan. Once part of a sprawling community of shells, they now live alone as the sole survivors of a mysterious tragedy. But when a documentary filmmaker discovers them amongst the clutter of his Airbnb, the short film he posts online brings Marcel millions of passionate fans, as well as unprecedented dangers and a new hope at finding his long-lost family. A beloved character gets his big-screen debut in this hilarious and heartwarming story about finding connection in the smallest corners.