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IFP & Factory 25 Present "A Rubberband Is An Unlikely Instrument"

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IFP & Factory 25 Presents

"A RUBBERBAND IS AN UNLIKELY INSTRUMENT"

FEBRUARY 8th- 14th

 

The Filmmaker will also screen a selection of shorts from his Track + Field series of music shorts that he directed for The Bowery Presents.

Track + Field film/music series features current artists in the emerging music culture. The screenings will include films with Alt-J, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Metric, Little Green Cars, Virgin Forest and Daughter.


FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8th

DOORS: 7:30pm SHOW: 8pm

A special Musical Performance by Walter Baker & Q&A after the show with Director Matt Boyd & Walter Baker moderated by Brandon Harris & short film featuring: Clap Your Hands 


SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9TH

DOORS: 1:30pm // SHOW: 2:00pm

A special Musical Performance by Walter Baker & Q&A after the show with Director Matt Boyd & Walter Baker moderated by Brandon Harris & short film featuring: Metric


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 10TH

SHOW: 7am


MONDAY FEBRUARY 11TH-

DOORS: 8:30pm SHOW: 9pm

A special Musical Performance & Q&A with Walter Baker moderated by Brandon Harris & short film featuring: Daughter


TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12TH

DOORS: 7:30pm SHOW: 8pm

A special Musical Performance & Q&A with Walter Baker & short film featuring: Alt-J


WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13th

DOORS: 7:30pm SHOW: 8pm

A special Musical Performance & Q&A with Walter Baker & short film featuring: Little Green Cars


THURSDAY FEBRUARY 14TH

DOORS: 7:30pm SHOW: 8pm

A special Q&A with Andrea Baker & short film featuring: Alt-J

 

An eccentric Brooklyn musician navigates his family’s course on the fringes of a new American landscape. Walter Baker is struggling to maintain balance between creating art alongside the daily trials  of making ends meet and raising a twelve year old son with his poet third wife. The film is an immersive meditation on possibly one of the last vestiges of NY bohemia as the couple wrestles with the complexities of family, art, money, religion, gentrification, love and loss.

 

 The filmʼs Brooklyn setting illuminates the coming socioeconomic changes as the divisive-ness of the waning Bush years loom in the background. Lyrical and atmospheric, RUBBERBAND transcends the notion of traditional documentary as it paints a modern, cinematic portrait of people who ostensibly love each other, but struggle to connect the copious intricacies of being both parents and children. 

 "A work of dreamily seductive virtues that stretches the limits of nonfiction." -John Anderson, Variety

 "Heavy and Sobering." -Michael Tully, Hammer to Nail

 

http://www.rubberbandmovie.com/


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