BASILICA SCREENINGS: JUNE 2015
Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One
Sugarcoated Arsenic & other recent films by Kevin Jerome Everson
BASILICA SCREENINGS is a film series that presents an array of works from new and repertory narrative features, documentaries, experimental films, to video and media art, as well as guest curated programs, often with filmmakers and special guests in attendance for a discussion following the screenings. Programmed by Basilica Hudson’s film curator Aily Nash, and creative directors Melissa Auf der Maur and Tony Stone.
All films begin at 8 pm and are $5-15 sliding scale, unless otherwise noted.
BASILICA SCREENINGS: JUNE
Thursday, June 4, 8 PM
SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM: TAKE ONE, William Greaves, 1968, 75 min
part of the season-long series, Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986
programmed by Jake Perlin and Michelle Materre for Film Society of Lincoln Center
Thursday, June 11, 8 PM
CITIZENFOUR, Laura Poitras, 2014, 114 min
First 10 guests get a free TV dinner!
Thursday, June 18, 8 PM
VIDEODROME, David Cronenberg, 1983, 87 min
Thursday, June 25, 8 PM
SUGARCOATED ARSENIC AND OTHER RECENT FILMS BY KEVIN JEROME EVERSON, 68 min
An evening with Kevin Jerome Everson, with an introduction and Q&A with the filmmaker
Food before the screening by Alimentary Kitchen/Nicole LoBue at 7 PM