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March 2019

BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 20 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 21 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 22 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 23 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 24 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 25 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 26 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 27 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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BAM and Triple Canopy: On Resentment

March 28 @ 7:30 pm
BAM Rose Cinemas,
30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11201 United States
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This expansive program, a collaboration between BAM and digital literary magazine Triple Canopy, looks at how resentment has been expressed in the medium of film. Moving beyond popular narratives of white male resentment, the program features formally daring, thematically ambitious works that wrestle with identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends. Films include: La Haine (Kassovitz, 1995); The Task (Ledare, 2018); Medium Cool (Wexler, 1969); Zabriskie Point (Antonioni, 1970); Who Killed Vincent Chin? (Choy, 1987); Petition (Zhao,…

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