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THURSDAY, October 27, 2016 at 8 PM
Matt Barbier and Weston Olencki
perform Timothy McCormick's WORLDEATER
Automata is pleased to present the celebrated Trombone duo, RAGE THORMBONES for their performance of Timothy McCormack's expansive duo, WORLDEATER.
WORLDEATER is a 70' duo stretching the molten sounds of two trombones beyond their breaking points. The concert is performed without an intermission.
RAGE THORMBONES is the joint project of trombonists Matt Barbier & Weston Olencki. it is a duo, a blog, a resource, an annoyance, and involves welding. To this end, RAGE has commissioned solos and duos from Sabrina Schroeder, Michael Pisaro, Cat Lamb, Michelle Lou, Andrew Greenwald, Max Murray, Jesse Marino, Steve Takasugi, and more. It is also in residence at Harvard, Stanford, and NYU and has recording album of Katharina Rosenberger's music for Switzerland's Hat Hut Records. .
General Admission: $18
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THURSDAY, November 3rd, 2016 at 8 PM
HENRY HOKE reads from his new book: THE BOOK OF ENDLESS SLEEPOVERS
Join us for an immersive celebration of Henry Hoke's debut book: encounters, libations, signing and reading. (This is a FREE event)
Bring your favorite stuffed animal, hold it tight, and stay awake as long as you can. The Book of Endless Sleepovers tosses and turns with telepathic campfire stories, crypto-zoological memoir and Mark Twain slash fiction. Featuring special guests Kate Durbin and Wendy C. Ortiz, with Live music by Malcolm Perkins
“Hoke’s book dazzles."----Rahul Mehta,
Sunday, November 6, 2016 at 7:30 PMFILMFORUM presents:
Mysteries Inside Facts: A Selection of International Contemporary Short Films
Montañas ardientes que vomitan fuego (Burning mountains that spew flame) by Samuel M. Delgado and Helena Girón
The remnants of a prehistoric ocean, volcanic tunnels, and depiction of rituals that can be seen and those that cannot are in this program of recent non-fiction films from Sweden, Spain, Brazil, Canada and the US.
Filmmakers Elizabeth Lo and Christina Nguyen will be in attendance with introduction by programmer David Dinnell.
General Admission: $10
Automata Members, Students, Seniors: $6
Filmforum Members: Free BUY TICKETS