Thu, Mar 28
Sat, Mar 30
USA | Format: DCP | 96 minutes
New York Premiere!
Director Shane Carruth in person at all screenings!
The March 28 screening is currently standby only. A standby line will form at the box office one hour prior to showtime. Any available tickets will be released to the line on a first come, first serve basis.
Online sales for screenings at MoMA end three hours prior to showtime. Any remaining tickets will be available at the MoMA Film desk beginning 30 minutes before showtime.
Ever since his 2004 debut, filmmaker Shane Carruth has prompted curiosity over what he’d come up with next. Upstream Color meets expectations but is also starkly different and markedly advanced. It represents something new in American cinema, exploring life’s surprising jumps and science’s strange effects. A love story embedded in a kidnap plot, Upstream Color leaps with great audacity through its sequences, a cinematic simulacrum of the way we reflect on our lives, astonished at, as in the title of Grace Paley’s fiction collection, our Enormous Changes at the Last Minute. Upstream Color opens in New York on April 5.
Lucy Raven | 2012 | USA | 5m
Hollywood’s Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers (SMPTE) develops image standards that can be used to test the quality of a film projection. Noted artist Lucy Raven riffs on this in RP31, her new animation composed from 31 film projection test patterns and calibration charts. North American Premiere!