This screening includes A Scanner Darkly and The Sound of Science: The Brain
- Date and time:
- Wed, March 30, From 7–8:48 pm
- 1 hr 48 min
Composer Graham Reynolds is scheduled to be present.
- Masks are required for all attendees and Cinema staff at indoor events.
- Due to our limited screening schedule and currently reduced seating capacity, we strongly encourage patrons to buy tickets online in advance to avoid getting sold out.
- No standby or late seating.
Called “the quintessential modern composer” by the London Independent, Austin-based composer-bandleader-improviser Graham Reynolds creates, performs, and records music for film, theater, dance, rock clubs, and concert halls, with collaborators ranging from Richard Linklater and Jack Black to DJ Spooky and Jeffrey Zeigler. He recently scored Linklater’s Where’d You Go, Bernadette for Annapurna Pictures; an upcoming projected directed by and starring Katie Holmes, Happy Jail for Netflix; the Rude Mechs’ Stop Hitting Yourself for Lincoln Center Theater; Ballet Austin’s Grimm Tales; and a multi-year commission from Ballroom Marfa, The Marfa Triptych. Amidst his many other projects, Graham also serves as the artistic director of the new music-focused non-profit Golden Hornet. In 2020, Graham signed with London-based record label Fire Records and released his original score for Alfred Hitchcock’s silent classic The Lodger. He recently collaborated with renowned choreographer Deborah Hay on Culberg Ballet's Horse, which premiered in September 2021 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Visionary composer Reynolds will visit Indiana in March 2022 for a performance of Pancho Villa from a Safe Distance on March 31 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington. His visit will also include several additional campus and community activities, including this March 30 screening program at IU Cinema.
Pancho Villa from a Safe Distance is a bilingual cross-border opera about the life and death of the Mexican Revolution icon Pancho Villa. Commissioned by Ballroom Marfa, the project is the third installment of The Marfa Triptych, a genre-hopping trilogy of musical and visual performances by Reynolds, and featuring Adrian Quesada, Paul Sanchez, and Liz Cass.
This series of events is collaboratively organized by the Latino Studies Program, the Latin American Music Center at the Jacobs School of Music, IU Cinema, the Music Theory Department, and the Department of Theater, Drama and Contemporary Dance. Additional support provided by the Platform in Global Popular Music: A Research Laboratory in the Arts & Humanities; the College Arts & Humanities Institute; the IU Presidential Arts and Humanities Program; and the IU Institute for Advanced Studies.
Graham Reynolds image credit: Mark Poucher
Series: Additional Films and Guests