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Avant-Garde Showcase: An evening with Rose Lowder
All films directed by Rose Lowder
“I have shot many reels of film, and I build on my past experience, but each reel covers new ground. To me, a project isn't interesting if I know exactly what's going to happen. I could film a flowerpot, but that would be cinematographically totally boring. I want the subject that I'm filming to be living its own life. “ –Rose Lowder
Trained as a painter and sculptor in Peru, Lowder worked in London as an artist while earning a living in the film industry as an editor. In 1982 she co‐founded Light Cone, the leading European distributor of experimental film. Lowder has not visited the United States since the late 1980s and we are thrilled to welcome her for this special visit, the first part of a U.S. tour that will take her from Boston to New York City, Chicago and Milwaukee. Films screened: Bouquets 1-10; Fleur de sel; Les tournesols colorés; Marsh Gardens; Poppies.
An evening with Rose Lowder
Feb. 11 @ 7pm
Bright Family Screening Room
$10. $7.50 for Members. $5 for Students.
A fantastical world where the collision of a lovelorn woman, a remorseful mother, and a serial killer who has made a deal with the Devil, results in a daring drama of intertwining monologues.Learn More
The Select (The Sun Also Rises)
The first world war is over, but some battles still rage on. Elevator Repair Service (GATZ, Sound and the Fury) brings Hemingway's novel to life on a stage littered with liquor bottles and cafe chairs, as the story winds its way through France and Spain.
"Seriously thrilling stuff." — The Scotsman