Drawn to Language (USC Fisher Museum) features five artists whose artwork captures the interaction of visual art and language.
September 3 to December 7
Monthly tour offers guests a chance to explore the life stories of survivors and witnesses of genocide
Awakening after being abducted, Jamie finds herself in a concrete bunker, and she discovers that she is not alone.
In her short experimental films, Sylvia Schedelbauer reflects on the dynamics of interracial intimacy and the question of belonging through her personal history. Screening will be followed by Q&A with the director.
Los Angeles 2014. Duke, a crooked and music-mad cop, deals weed and aggresses passersby.
Following a four year separation, Ahmad (Ali Mosaffa) returns to Paris from Tehran, upon his estranged French wife Marie (Bernice Bejo)'s request, in order to finalize their divorce procedure so she can marry her new boyfriend Samir (Tahar Rahim). During his tense brief stay, Ahmad discovers the conflicting nature of Marie's relationship with her teenage daughter Lucie (Pauline Burlet). Ahmad's efforts to improve this relationship soon unveil a secret from their past, and the highly charged revelations affecting every character in Mr. Farhadi's complex screenplay unfold with his trademark nuance.
An undisputed master of Falstaff, Music Director James Levine conducts Verdi's opera for the first time at the Met since 2005.
Secret Years is a 2009 documentary that includes rare interviews with multiple generations of lesbians living in Hungary. The film explores lesbian responses to the successive waves of repression, openness and radical conservatism that have shaped Hungarian society in the recent past.
Innovative cross-genre artist Nao Bustamante invokes avant-garde filmmaker Jack Smith and his muse, 1940s Dominican starlet Maria Montez, in Silver & Gold, a magical and joyfully twisted “filmformance” that explores race, glamour, sexuality and the silver screen.
Join us for a complete series retrospective of the influential but short-lived NBC comedy series Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000). Following each screening, members of the cast and crew will talk about working within the network system and the continuing impact of Freaks and Geeks in comedy.
The Single Wing Turquoise Bird was among the most sophisticated of the 1960s and ’70s psychedelic light shows. They used overhead projectors, slide projectors and film projectors to create swirling visual compositions. The group, who reformed several years ago, adding new technologies, will present two performances and a workshop.