MOVIE NIGHT: Levitated Mass
Sent to mailinglist subscribers on November 13, 2014
Join Fresno Filmworks this Friday night, Nov. 14, for the American independent documentary Levitated Mass, directed by veteran filmmaker Doug Pray. The film opens here in the Central Valley on the same night it opens in New York City. Show times are 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. The film is not rated.
After the early show, join us for a special appearance from the movie’s co-producer, Katie McNeill, who worked closely in the field with Pray while following a 340-ton granite boulder’s spectacular journey from quarry to museum.
From the critics:
Ronnie Scheib of Variety says: “Partly an exploration of an artist’s oeuvre, partly a procedural for logistically nightmarish transport, partly a record of an 11-day spontaneous ‘happening,’ and partly an amalgam of different views on art, the film manages to appeal to art lovers, pop-culture disciples, and high-concept skeptics and supporters alike.”
On our Film Forum blog:
Board member Fae Giffen muses on several L.A. stories in film that could only happen “out there” in Southern California.
Tickets and details:
Advance tickets are on sale at the Tower Theatre box office by cash or check, or you can buy tickets online right now.