The Path Of Oil
"In the interval between BEFORE THE REVOLUTION and PARTNER, Bertolucci directed his only substantial documentary, a fascinating exploration of the 'path of oil,' following its extraction in Iran to its dispersal throughout Europe. Commissioned by Eni, the nationalized petroleum company of Italy, Bertolucci's meditation on the complex process of gas production seems nonetheless slyly preoccupied by the colonial enterprise underlying it; Middle Eastern nations supply the raw materials of modernity but don't benefit from its advancements. Divided into three parts, Bertolucci's grandly shot black-and-white film experiments with the nonfiction form as he discovers aesthetic riches buried in its substrate." –Steve Seid, PACIFIC FILM ARCHIVE
Venue: Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave Map
Jumanji: The next level at Cinepolis Chelsea
Fri | Time Varies
In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to Jumanji to rescue one of their own, they discover that nothing is as they expect. The players will have to brav...
Short Films: Directed and Hosted by Duane Michals at The Morgan Library & Museum
Fri | 7PM
Since 2015, the artist Duane Michals has worked mainly in the medium of short film. On these special evenings, he introduces programs of selected works exploring a wide range of genres, including memo...
Terms And Conditions at Industry City
Sat | 6:30 pm
Can 'ethical tech' be a thing? We think so. But, as we demand better, we need to understand the brightest and darkest parts of the web. Join us for a collection of short films about you, me, and the I...