Views from the Avant-Garde: David Gatten’s “The Extravagant Shadows”

Fourteen years in the making, David Gatten's first digital feature premiered at Views from the Avant-Garde during the 50th New York Film Festival in October and was ranked ninth in the Film Comment's critics poll of the "20 Best Undistributed Films of 2012." Join us for a special reprise screening with director David Gatten in person! Curated by Mark McElhatten.

"A love story in shifting colors, illusive light and sentimental songs from the year 1968. A movie about the movement of desire across the distances of geography and time.  A meditation on the manner in which books, letters and other written or printed communications might both produce and mediate that distance.  A shelf of books, an inventory of pigments.  A question of language and a statement about time. Condensations upon several occasions."  —David Gatten

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The Extravagant Shadows

The Extravagant Shadows

David Gatten | 2012 | 175 mins

Special reprise screening with director David Gatten in person!

Fourteen years in the making, David Gatten's first digital feature premiered at Views from the Avant-Garde during the 50th New York Film Festival in October and was ranked ninth in the Film Comment's critics poll of the "20 Best Undistributed Films of 2012." Curated by Mark McElhatten.

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