At the center of Pat O'Neill's Water and Power (Winner, Sundance Jury Prize, 1990), is the Los Angeles basin seen through its relationship to water. Through striking imagery, superimposed text, and optical printing work, the film is a ghostly, surrealistic composition, revealing the complex and mysterious bond between civilization and nature. Califone is an experimental indie folk band born in Chicago and currently residing in Los Angeles. They've released 12 records and their latest, Stitches, was released in September on Dead Oceans This world premiere live scoring collaboration was born out of the friendship between Califone frontman Tim Rutilli and director Pat O'Neill and is guaranteed to be one of the most intense, immersive experiences at the festival.
Thursday May 1, 2014 6:30pm - 11:30pm
1st Ward2033 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60647