KINO SLANG PRESENTS: A SONG OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, THE ANCIENT WALLS OF SANA’A IN YEMEN, AND A KING IN NEW YORK
Saturday, January 11 at 8 PM
Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission.
Films by Joris Ivens, Pier Paolo Pasolini, and Charlie Chaplin . . . 1954, 1971, 1957. . . to the present. A night of concentration on workers’ struggle, climate upheaval, failed appeals on the world stage, ancient forms, the war racket, plastic surgery, McCarthyism, commercialism, sedition, sedition, revolt! Program total running time: 2 hours and 20 minutes.
“Kino Slang Presents” is a series of repertory film screenings programmed by Andy Rector at the EPFC. The series continues the cinematographic and historical excavation, proceedings by montage and association, silent alarms and naked dawns of the thirteen-year-old blog, Kino Slang. More information and texts on the films will appear on the blog in the coming weeks. Rendezvous cinema.No Events