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Film

Cave of Forgotten Dreams + Aurora Borealis

 
 
Sun, May 3, 2015
  • 4PM
  • 8:30PM
 
 
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GENERAL ADMISSION: $14
MEMBERS: $9 (Movie Moguls free)
SENIORS/STUDENTS/VETERANS: $10 (Students 29 and under with a valid ID, Mon—Thu)
 
 
 
 
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Directed by Werner Herzog
2010, 90min, DCP

 

The inimitable Werner Herzog guides audiences on a mystical trip into France’s rarely glimpsed Chauvet Cave, site of the world’s oldest known man-made art. By turns eccentric (witness a characteristically Herzogian detour into the wild world of albino alligators) and transcendent, this awe-inspiring documentary uses stereoscopic technology to transportive effect.

"The Chauvet cave is a lost cathedral, and Herzog's film responds with subdued passion to its profound mystery."
The Guardian

 
Aurora Borealis

Directed by Ikuo Nakamura
2014, 11min, DCP

 

Ikuo Nakamura captured the Northern Lights in 3D, creating a stereoscopic image of the phenomenon by placing 2 cameras 5 miles apart.

 
 
 
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