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In less than a decade of activity, the four friends and polymorphously promiscuous collaborators Gabriel Abrantes, Alexander Carver, Benjamin Crotty, and Daniel Schmidt have made some of the most ravishing and least classifiable films in recent memory—and established themselves as a school of filmmaking unlike any other. These uncompromising young visionaries share a penchant for provocation, a taste for transgression, and a host of strategies and obsessions all their own.
At once lyrical and perverse, by turns hilarious and delirious, their films obliterate distinctions—between high- and low-brow, between sensual and cerebral, between art cinema and the avant-garde—while remaining sharply attuned to the byproducts of globalization and the fluctuations of post-internet pop culture. The Film Society welcomes these playful iconoclasts for their first-ever shared retrospective, which includes the U. Organized by Dennis Lim and Dan Sullivan.
In less than a decade of activity, Gabriel Abrantes, Alexander Carver, Benjamin Crotty, and Daniel Schmidt have collectively established themselves as a school of filmmaking unlike any other: uncompromising visionaries with a penchant for provocation, a taste for transgression, and a host of singular strategies and obsessions. To begin the purchase process, log in to your .
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FLC is increasing theater capacities! Log In. Jump to:. Program 1: Dreams, Drones, and Dactyls 86 minutes. Program 2: Slow Learners 72 minutes. Program 3: Friends for Eternity 82 minutes. Program 4: Three Adaptations 79 minutes. Note: Member complimentary tickets can be used for this series. We Recommend.Friends with benefits Vails gate New York
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