Join us for a MASS MoCA member-exclusive presentation by Sam Green, followed by a meet and greet. Members can RSVP here.
Enjoy this intimate moment with Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Green as he continues his explorations and creative process on his latest live film presentation, 32 Sounds following the public work-in-progress showing on December 11. You will see first-hand what changes arise in his second week of work while in residence at MASS MoCA and will get a chance to connect with him directly. 32 Sounds weaves together 32 audio experiences, crafting a cinematic poem that is a meditation on the power of sound to bend time, cross borders, and profoundly shape our perception of the world around us.
Tickets are still available for the public live documentary experience of 32 Sounds with live music performed by JD Samson on December 11, be sure to grab your tickets here.
About the Artists
Sam Green (Director, Writer, Editor) is a New York-based documentary filmmaker. Green’s most recent live documentaries include A Thousand Thoughts (with the Kronos Quartet) (2018), The Measure of All Things (2014), The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller (with Yo La Tengo) (2012), and Utopia in Four Movements (2010). With all of these works, Green narrates the film in-person while musicians perform a live soundtrack. Green’s 2004 feature-length film, The Weather Underground, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, was nominated for an Academy Award, was included in the Whitney Biennial, and has screened widely around the world.
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