Somewhere to Disappear is a film about the desire to run away. For his Broken Manual project, the photographer Alec Soth travels across America looking for people who’ve retreated from society. This film is about men, America, Alec Soth, and the dream to disappear. The two directors will introduce the film, and, following the screening, Aperture Foundation Executive Director Chris Boot will do a Q & A with Soth.
Somewhere to Disappear official website here.
Beyond The Black Rainbow, looks good but pretty damn creepy.
From the Tribeca Film Festival site:
“At once creatively futuristic and hypnotically retro*, Beyond the Black Rainbow evokes the spirit of classic 1970s and ’80s science fiction films through its vintage-inspired chromatic cinematography, elaborate set pieces, and an authentically retro sci-fi score composed entirely on analog synthesizers by Black Mountain’s Jeremy Schmidt. With all the makings of a cult classic, Beyond the Black Rainbow is sure to absorb viewers in its unique dystopian futurescape, and marks the trippy, exciting debut of a promising new talent in the science fiction world.”
Film Review review here.
*my favorite things.