Films By William Ferris
In the 1960s and 1970s, filmmaker, audio recordist, and folklorist William Ferris toured his home state of Mississippi, documenting the voices of African Americans as they spoke about and performed the diverse musical traditions that form the roots of gospel and blues. Ferris was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi, in 1942. Growing up on a working farm, he began at a young age to document the artwork, music, and lives of the people on the farm and in his local community. The archive of recordings that he created and the documentary films that he had a hand in producing have served for decades as invaluable records of the people and the culture of the Deep South.
Venue: Anthology Film Archives
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3rd Annual Films About Lunatics Screening at Our Wicked Lady
Wed | 6PM – 8PM
21+ only Join us for the 3rd Annual Films About Lunatics Screening. We'll be showing a handful of creepy short films. Some are funny, some are dance-y but they're all extra spooky. Event starts at 6:...
Girl on the Third Floor at Nitehawk Cinema
Wed | 6:45 pm
Director: Travis Stevens Run Time: 93 min. Format: DCP Release Year: 2019 Starring: Philip Brooks, Trieste Kelly Dunn, Sarah Brooks New York premiere with director Travis Stevens and lead actor P...
Modern Hauntings at Spectacle Theater
- Oct 23 Tue | Times Vary
The film program in which we allow some of the phantoms banished by science back into the proceedings. About this Event More information at http://imaginesciencefilms.org/ny12/modern-hauntings For ...