*Cathedrals of Culture: Halden Prison*. 2014. Denmark. Directed by Michael Madsen. Courtesy of Wolfang Thaler and Heikki Färm

We Are Going to Record
2013. Belgium. Directed by Peter Snowdon, Juan Javier Rivera Andia. 11 min.

A recording session with indigenous people of the northern Andes becomes a metaphor for their struggle with local copper-mining companies. U.S. premiere.

The Oys of My Father
2014. USA. Directed by Neil Goldberg. 5 min.

The artist remembers his father through the recollection of his speech patterns. New York premiere.

The Next Stop Is...
2014. USA. Directed by Richard Beenen. 5 min.

A visual evocation of New York City subways. New York premiere.

Dear
2014. USA. Directed by Cynthia Madansky. 14 min.

A portrait of adolescence and New York’s evolving Chinatown through the diaries of two girls. New York premiere.

Out My Window Down the Alley Around the Corner and Up the Block
2014. USA. Directed by Perry Bard. 4 min.

Daily life as it unfolds in an urban environment: outside the director’s front door. New York premiere.

Controversies
2014. Canada. Directed by Ryan McKenna. 17 min.

Audio of the 1980s Canadian Action Line call-in radio show is contrasted with images of Winnipeggers as they listen silently. New York premiere.

Cathedrals of Culture: Halden Prison
2014. Denmark. Directed by Michael Madsen. 26 min.

Part of a 3-D project on the soul of architecture initiated by Wim Wenders, Madsen's film considers the impact of Norway’s Halden Prison, called “the world’s most humane prison.”

Program 82 min.

  1. Sunday, February 22, 2015,
    4:00 p.m.

    Post-screening conversation with Perry Bard, Richard Beenen, Neil Goldberg, and Ryan McKenna
    The Museum of Modern Art, Floor T2, Theater 2
  2. Saturday, February 21, 2015,
    1:00 p.m.

    Post-screening conversation with Perry Bard, Richard Beenen, Neil Goldberg, and Ryan McKenna
    The Museum of Modern Art, Floor T1, Theater 1