7TH TAHOE FILM FEST PROGRAM

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THE RESCUE

THE RESCUE

2021 (USA) 114 minutes

Directed by: Jimmy Chin, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi

In the summer of 2018, the world stood watch as twelve young soccer teammates were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand. Flooded passageways left rescue crews at a loss, until they sought help from cave experts and deep-sea divers who offered both an expansive knowledge of the risks involved and the willpower to succeed when all hope seemed lost. Oscar winning directors Jimmy Chin and E. Chai Vasarhelyi (Free Solo) take on one of the most remarkable rescue missions in recent history with intricate detail; the powerful firsthand accounts in The Rescue will leave you in awe of human perseverance.

Premiere – 2021 Telluride Film Festival
Won – Best Documentary – 2021 Toronto Film Festival

Courtesy – National Geographic

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TORN

TORN

2021 (USA) 92 minutes

Directed by: Max Lowe

Max Lowe directed the film about his father, the legendary climber Alex Lowe, who died via avalanche on the Himalayan peak of Mount Shishapangma in October 1999. Lowe was initially hesitant about making the film. He confronts his father’s death head-on. Alex’s best friend and climbing partner, Conrad Anker, went on to marry Alex’s widow and help raise Lowe and his two brothers. When the body of Lowe’s father was found 16 years after his death, Lowe decided to document his family and their journey toward understanding Alex as a man, not a myth. Summoning the courage and coming to grips with whether or not delving into this difficult journey was worth it for his family was his biggest hurdle. Coming to grips with the idea that he could hold his own opinions and perspectives and question this man who had been an untouchable hero his entire life was a huge personal challenge.

Premiere – 2021 Telluride Film Festival

Courtesy – National Geographic

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THE FIRST WAVE

THE FIRST WAVE

2021 (USA) 94 minutes

Directed by: Matthew Heineman

With exclusive access to one of New York’s hardest-hit hospital systems, Oscar nominated and Emmy award winning director Matthew Heineman spotlights the everyday heroes at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic as they come together to fight one of the greatest threats the world had ever encountered. Leaving a devastating trail of death and despair, this once-in-a-century pandemic changed the very fabric of daily life and exposed long-standing inequities in our society. The “first wave” of COVID-19 ravaged New York City from March through June 2020. Employing his signature approach of character-driven cinema verite, Heineman documents those harrowing first four months, embedding with a group of doctors, nurses and patients on the frontlines as they all navigated the crisis. With each distinct storyline serving as a microcosm through which we can view the emotional and societal impacts of the pandemic, The First Wave is a testament to the strength of the human spirit.

Opening Night Film – 2021 Hamptons International Film Festival

Courtesy – National Geographic

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INVISIBLE VALLEY

INVISIBLE VALLEY

2021 (USA) 87 minutes

Directed by: Aaron Maurer

Executive Producer: Mary Ingrebrand-Pohlad

Produced by: Zachary D. McMillan

Coachella Valley – the name conjures up images of the Coachella Music Festival; swaying palm trees and lush green golf courses; entertainers relaxing poolside; and tourists everywhere. Invisible Valley captures the area as a whole, one that encompasses a vast range of economic disparity and living conditions. In the documentary, the struggles of undocumented farmworkers are juxtaposed against the relaxed lifestyles of wealthy snowbirds and the hedonistic indifference of the music festival-goers. Shot over the course of one year, the film explores the vast history of Coachella, including the ecological tragedy of the Salton Sea, and ponders its looming future.

Opening Film – 2021 Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Director Aaron Mauer and Producer Zachary McMillan in attendance

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AFTER ANTARCTICA

AFTER ANTARCTICA

2021 (USA) 105 minutes

Directed by: Tasha Van Zandt

Produced by: Sebastian Zeck

Executive Producers: Sarah Pillsbury, Bill Pohlad

A journey across both poles, After Antarctica follows polar explorer Will Steger’s life journey as an eyewitness to the greatest changes to the polar regions of our planet. In 1989, Steger led an international team of six scientists and explorers on the first coast-to-coast dogsled traverse to Antarctica. The ultimate mission of the expedition was to draw global attention to Antarctica’s changing climate and use the expedition as a tool to renew the Antarctic Treaty, which would protect the continent from mineral exploitation. Even with his background in science and knowledge of the changing climate, Steger could never have expected what he would soon discover. This arduous expedition opened his eyes to the most pressing issue of our time and ultimately changed the course of his life forever. Now, thirty years later, Steger heads out on the ice once again, this time to the opposite end of the Earth, recounting the life-changing journey that led him to where he is today.

Winner – Golden Gate Award – San Francisco Film Festival

Director Tasha Van Zandt in attendance

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BRING YOUR OWN BRIGADE

BRING YOUR OWN BRIGADE

2021 (USA) 119 minutes

Directed by: Lucy Walker

Oscar nominee Lucy Walker’s (Waste Land) latest documentary takes a sharp look at the apocalyptic wildfires in California. Named after those who hire private brigades, the film asks important and uncomfortable questions that look past the issue of climate change. With investigating eyes, Walker clears the smoke on a hot topic and uncovers deadly ignorance and bureaucracy through hidden fire stories and on-the-ground experiences of firefighters and residents struggling through deadly fires. An earth-shattering, eye-opening, and frustrating portrayal of our present that everyone should watch.

Premiere – 2021 Sundance Film Festival

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THE LONELIEST WHALE

THE LONELIEST WHALE

2021 (USA) 96 minutes

Directed by: Joshua Zeman

Executive Producers: Leonardo DiCaprio and Adrian Grenier

The Loneliest Whale is a cinematic quest to find the “52 Hertz Whale,” which scientists believe has spent its entire life in solitude calling out at a frequency that is different from any other whale. As the film embarks on this engrossing journey, audiences will explore what this whale’s lonely plight can teach us – not just about our changing relationship to the oceans, but to each other. In our ever-present fascination with these majestic beasts, the tale of “52” has prompted an intense reaction amongst our own species, pointing to a greater awareness of human loneliness than ever before.

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REFLECTION: A WALK WITH WATER

REFLECTION: A WALK WITH WATER

2021 (USA) 80 minutes

Directed by: Emmett Brennan

The conditions that make life possible are rapidly changing. Reckoning with this reality on the cusp of another dry season that may very well ravage his community, 30-year old filmmaker Emmett Brennan embarks on a remarkable journey to find stories of hope and healing. Emmett sets out to walk 200 miles next to the iconic but aging Los Angeles aqueduct, where he encounters ecological iconoclasts, indigenous voices, and permaculture designers who are challenging the status quo on how we use Earth’s most precious resource. The film delves into a profound and far reaching look at our relationship with water and offers a vision for how to radically redesign our lives around it. Reflection: a walk with water takes a refreshing approach to confronting our current environmental and systematic troubles, showing how Los Angeles and other parts of California are bellwethers for change. The film features original music from Grammy winning artist, Jacob Collier, who is Executive Music Producer of the film. With voices and stories that speak to today’s younger generations, Reflection is both a personal meditation on water as well as a practical road map for positive change.

Premiere – 2021 Tribeca Film Festival

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ANOTHER ROUND

ANOTHER ROUND

2020 (DENMARK) 117 minutes

Directed by: Thomas Vinterbert

2021 Academy Award Best International Feature Film

There is a theory that alcohol in the blood opens the mind to the outside world, problems seem smaller and creativity increases. We know it well; after the first glass of wine, the conversation lifts, the possibilities open up. Martin is a high school teacher. He feels old and tired. His students and their parents want him terminated. Martin and his three colleagues throw themselves into an experiment to maintain a constant alcohol impact in everyday life. If Churchill won WWII in a dense fog of spirits, what could the strong drops do for them? The result is positive in the beginning. Martin’s class is in a different way now, and the project is being promoted to a real academic study. Slowly, but surely, the alcohol makes the four friends and their surroundings loosen up. The results are rising, and they really begin to feel life. As the experiment progresses for some, it goes off track for others. It becomes clearer and clearer that alcohol can generate great results in world history, but can also have consequences. The film is fun, touching and a thought-provoking drama about friendship, freedom – and alcohol.

Winner – British Academy of Film & TV
Winner – Best Foreign Film – Cesar Awards France
Winner – Best Film – Danish Film Awards
Winner – Audience Award – London Film Festival
Winner – Best Director – San Sebastian International Film Festival

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QUO VADIS, AIDA?

QUO VADIS, AIDA?

2020 (BOSNIA) 101 minutes

Directed by: Jasmila Zbanic

This award winning film takes place in Bosnia in 1995. Aida is a translator for the UN in the small town of Srebrenica. When the Serbian army takes over the town, her family is among thousands of citizens looking for shelter in the United Nations camp. As an insider to the negotiations, Alda has access to crucial information that she needs to interpret. What is on the horizon for her family and people – rescue or death? Which move should she take?

Nominated – 2021 Academy Awards – Best International Film
Nominated – Golden Lion – Venice Film Festival – Best Film
Winner – 2021 Independent Spirit Awards – Best International Film
Winner – 2021 Miami Film Festival
Winner – 2021 Oslo Film Festival

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PIG

PIG

2021 (USA) 92 minutes

Directed by: Michael Sarnoski

Robin “Rob” Feld (Nicholas Cage) is a former Portland-based chef turned reclusive truffle forager following the death of his wife, Lori, fifteen years prior. He hunts truffles deep in the forests of Oregon through the use of his prized foraging pig. He begins supplying the truffles he and his pig find to Amir, a young and inexperienced seller. One night, Rob is assaulted by unidentified assailants who also steal his pig and he must return to his past in Portland to search for his beloved pig after she is kidnapped. 

Nominated – Best Film – 2021 Deauville Film Festival
Nominated – Best Film – 2021 NYC Gotham Awards

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THE YEAR OF THE EVERLASTING STORM

THE YEAR OF THE EVERLASTING STORM

2021 (USA) 115 minutes

Directed by: Anthony Chen, David Lowery, Jafar Panahi, Laura Poltras, Dominga Sotomayor, Malik Vitthal, Apichatpong Weerasethakul

This COVID cinematic omnibus, consisting of seven films made by directors from different parts of the world, begins with the telling quote from Robert Bresson, “One does not create by adding but by taking away.” The filmmakers attempt to treat pandemic-imposed limitations as existential and artistic opportunities. Features appear alongside experimental documentaries and fiction while precisely composed shots recorded from FaceTime or Zoom. Perhaps it is no coincidence that the opening story is by Jafar Panahi, a veteran of isolation and house arrest, who looks at the crisis with stoic calm: just another duel of fear and death with a thirst for freedom and life. The other directors deal with the pandemic in various ways, observing its impact on the family, but also on cybersecurity, revealing the power of other, invisible but equally deadly viruses. The compilation ends with Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s breathtaking miniature, or rather installation. The poetic, nocturnal tale of an illegal gathering under fluorescent lamps takes us into a different dimension of cinema and reflections on the pandemic. 

Premiere – 2021 Cannes Film Festival
Nominated – Golden Eye – 2021 Cannes Film Festival

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BERGMAN ISLAND

BERGMAN ISLAND

2021 (FRANCE/SWEDEN) 112 minutes

Directed by: Mia Hansen-Love

Participating in a writing residency on Sweden’s Faro Island, where legendary film director Ingmar Bergman made his home and filmed many of his enduring masterworks, two American filmmakers (Vicky Krieps and Tim Roth) are preparing separate film projects. Attempting to glean inspiration from the historic surroundings, the two spend their days separately as they steep themselves in all things Bergman. When the mysterious rhythms of the island start to awaken long-dormant memories, the lines between dream, reality, and fiction collide. Stunning landscapes and performances of subtle power pair perfectly in this playful, stirring ode to Bergman, Faro, and the lingering memory of love lost from Mia Hansen-Love, the masterful Cannes-winning director of The Father of My Children and Things to Come.

Premiere – 2021 Cannes Film Festival
Nominated – Palm d’Or – 2021 Cannes Film Festival

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KURT VONNEGUT: UNSTUCK IN TIME

KURT VONNEGUT: UNSTUCK IN TIME

2021 (USA) 127 minutes

Directed by: Robert B. Weide

Almost eight years after his death, Kurt Vonnegut remains one of the most popular literary figures of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Readers from one generation to the next, the world over, continue to find their lives transformed by his comic and cosmic insights, on display in such bestselling books as Cat’s Cradle, Slaughterhouse-Five, Breakfast of Champions, Mother Night, God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, and on and on. Amazingly, all of Vonnegut’s work remains in print, and his popularity shows no sign of waning. In 1982, a young filmmaker wrote a letter to his literary idol, proposing a documentary on the author’s life and work. Kurt Vonnegut soon met with Robert Weide and authorized the production. Weide thought it would take a few months to raise the needed financing, and figured a film could be completed within the year. In reality, filming began in 1988 and continued until shortly before the author’s death in 2007. Robert Weide is best known for winning multiple Emmy Awards for his direction of Curb Your Enthusiasm

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COW

COW

2021 (UNITED KINGDOM) 94 minutes

Directed by: Andrea Arnold

Debuting to rave reviews at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, renowned British filmmaker Andrea Arnold (American Honey) turns her lens towards a dynamic subject of few words, a dairy cow named Luma residing on an English farm. We meet Luma during the birth of her calf, and from there we watch with hypnotic fascination as their lives unfold. Arnold’s contemplative style lends itself beautifully to the study of this magnificent creature as she asks us to meaningfully acknowledge her services and understand her realities. The daily life of a cow is by no means glamorous, but certainly thought-provoking, within this particular examination, which moves us closer to nature.

Premiere – 2021 Cannes Film Festival
Nominated – Golden Eye – 2021 Cannes Film Festival

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NEW ORDER

NEW ORDER

2020 (MEXICO) 86 minutes

Directed by: Michel Franco

One of the most expressive and versatile filmmakers in contemporary Latin American cinema, Michel Franco electrified audiences at the Venice Film Festival and left with the Silver Lion (Grand Jury Prize). New Order offers a vision of a world in which enormous class differences lead to riots, killings, and kidnappings on a massive scale. Pushed to the margins of society, people take up arms and opt for ruthless revenge. Franco’s film is a brutal, shocking, and perfectly staged thriller. The most striking thing about the director’s vision is that we are dealing not with a baseless fantasy but a highly probable vision in the near future. Perhaps in some parts of the world such horrors are already the order of the day. 

Won – Silver Lion – Grand Jury Prize – Venice Film Festival
Won – Stockholm Film Festival
Won – Ariel Awards – Mexico
Nominated – Brussels International Film Festival
Nominated – Chicago International Film Festival

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RUMBA LOVE

RUMBA LOVE

2021 (CUBA/USA) 103 minutes

Directed by: Guillermo Ivan

After some intense difficulties, Cuban American rumba singer Nicholas Quevedo decides to leave Havana, Cuba to pursue his dreams in New York City. He brings with him only a love of music, his talent, and an unbreakable promise to fulfill. However, life in the “Big Apple” proves more challenging than he expects. He quickly loses most everything and hits rock bottom. The only things that seem to keep him above water are his love for a tenderhearted woman and his unwavering determination to fulfill his destiny. The life promise reveals the extent of his resilience and endurance as he learns to maintain faith in a dream that must be realized.

Director Guillermo Ivan and actress Zair Montes in attendance

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GOING FURTHER

GOING FURTHER

2021 (USA) 93 minutes

Directed by: Colby Rex O’Neill, Matt Pidutti, and Lindsay Kent

Going Further is a feature-length documentary film that shows an on-the-ground account of how Ken Kesey, the Merry Pranksters, and the Acid Tests helped to generate a non-conformist society of freethinkers, artists and altruists who are now pushing the evolutionary envelope of human potential. Fifty years after the iconic first trip, Ken Kesey’s son Zane took the Further Bus and his father’s legacy back on the road for its longest-running tour in history. Armed with a new band of Merry Pranksters, the Further bus traveled over 15,000 miles in 75 days, riding into music festivals, community events, tribal gatherings, and national landmarks, reestablishing itself as a symbol of radical self-expression and cultural revolution all across the country. Through archival footage as well as over 400 hours of film, we explore the roots of a culture born in the early sixties, and how the mission of those first few idealists have influenced a new generation.

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WE ARE AS GODS

WE ARE AS GODS

2021 (USA) 94 minutes

Directed by: David Alvarado and Jason Sussberg

We Are As Gods offers a compelling deep dive into the many sides of Stewart Brand – creator of The Whole Earth Catalog, an influential member of Ken Kesey’s “The Merry Pranksters,” a founder of the modern environmental movement, and today a vocal advocate for bringing back extinct species of animals and plants. Brand’s approach to his work and life influenced many, including Steve Jobs, who have gone on to shape our modern world. Now in his 80’s, he looks to leave a legacy for the future with his foundation and efforts to “enhance biodiversity through genetic rescue of extinct and endangered species.” The man who coined the phrase “we are as gods and might as well get good at it” is now under fire from former allies who believe he’s gone too far, but Stewart Brand won’t be easily deterred from a mission he feels is necessary to save the future of the planet.

Premiere – 2021 South by Southwest Film Festival

Nominated – Best Documentary Feature – 2021 San Francisco International Film Festival

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THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

2021 (USA) 121 minutes

Directed by: Todd Haynes

The Velvet Underground mirrors its members’ experimentation and formal innovation. Combining contemporary interviews and archival documentation with newscasts, advertisements, and a trove of avant-garde film from the era, Todd Haynes constructs a vibrant cinematic collage that is as much about New York of the ‘60s and ‘70s as it is about the rise and fall of the group that has been called as influential as the Beatles. Filmed with the cooperation of surviving band members, this multifaceted portrait folds in an array of participants in the creative scene’s cultures and subcultures. Tracing influences and affinities both personal and artistic, Haynes unearths rich detail about Andy Warhol, The Factory, Nico, and others, adding vivid context and texture that never diminish the ultimate enigma of the band’s power.

Opening Night Film – 2021 Chicago International Film Festival
Nominated – Golden Eye – 2021 Cannes Film Festival 
Nominated – Audience Award – 2021 San Sebastian International Film Festival

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DEAN MARTIN: KING OF COOL

DEAN MARTIN: KING OF COOL

2021 (USA) 100 minutes

Directed by: Tom Donahue

Dean Martin epitomized cool. A founding member of the Rat Pack, Dean was a multi-talented performer who was part of the number one comedy act in America, a chart-topping singer for over half a century and one of the biggest stars in Hollywood and on TV. He was the consummate charmer on stage and off. Everybody loved him. Yet for all his celebrity, fame and adoration, no one ever truly knew him. King of Cool seeks to change this. Through the use of interviews with friends, family, those who worked with him and modern actors and musicians inspired by him, as well as never before seen archival footage including from his time with Jerry Lewis, his movies and his TV Variety Show and Roasts, viewers get an intimate and personal account of his life. The film dives deep to try and understand why he was such an enigma and even searches to find Dean’s Rosebud.

Director Tom Donahue in attendance

THE BEE GEES: HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART

THE BEE GEES: HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART

2020 (USA) 111 minutes

Directed by: Frank Marshall

The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart follows the rise to fame of brothers Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, from their early years in Australia to the sheer disco mania that enveloped them after the release of Saturday Night Fever. But the Bee Gees were more than just high falsettos – they were extraordinarily talented songwriters that penned some of the greatest songs of their generation. Directed by five-time Oscar nominee Frank Marshall and featuring incredible archival access, this is the type of documentary that makes it hard for you to sit still. Song after song, hit after hit, The Bee Gees will transport you to a night of music and nostalgia and remind you of just how good it feels to get up and dance.

Nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards

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SUMMER OF SOUL

SUMMER OF SOUL

2021 (USA) 118 minutes

Directed by: Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson

In his acclaimed debut as a filmmaker, Questlove presents a powerful and transporting documentary – part music film, part historical record created around an epic event that celebrated Black history, culture and fashion. Over the course of six weeks in the summer of 1969, just 100 miles south of Woodstock, The Harlem Culture Festival was filmed in Mount Morris Park. The footage was never seen and largely forgotten – until now. Summer of Soul shines a light on the importance of history to our spiritual well-being and stands as a testament to the healing power of music during times of unrest, both past and present. The film includes never-before-seen concert performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sly & the Family Stone, Gladys Knight & the Pips, The Staples Singers, Mahaliua Jackson, B.B. King, The 5th Dimension and more.

Winner – Grand Jury Prize – 2021 Sundance Film Festival
Winner – Audience Award – 2021 Sundance Film Festival 
Nominated – Best Film – 2021 NYC Gotham Awards

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DIONNE WARWICK: DON’T MAKE ME OVER

DIONNE WARWICK: DON’T MAKE ME OVER

2021 (USA) 95 minutes

Directed by: Dave Wooley and David Heilbroner

Dionne Warwick is a living legend. With that singular voice, both delicate and impassioned, her interpretations of many songs are regarded as definitive. Her activist work has had a profound impact, yielding her 1985 version of “That’s What Friends Are For.” The core of the film is Warwick herself. Charismatic, outspoken, and stylish, she’s a great raconteur, chronicling her New Jersey roots, formative experiences singing in church, and early success at Harlem’s famed Apollo Theater. She also toured the southern US with Sam Cooke at the height of the Jim Crow segregation, fighting back against racist humiliation on a daily basis. She became the first Black artist to win a Grammy in the Pop category in 1969 with “San Jose” and repeated in 1971 with “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again.” Warwick’s testimonies are complimented by a galaxy of colleagues and admirers: Burt Bacharach, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Quincy Jones, Alicia Keys, Bill Clinton, Carlos Santana, Snoop Dogg and Warwick’s cousin, the late Whitney Houston (in archival material).

Premiere – Toronto Film Festival
Winner – Special Tribute Award – Toronto Film Festival

BERNSTEIN’S WALL

BERNSTEIN’S WALL

2021 (USA) 105 minutes

Directed by: Douglas Tirola

An enlightening look at one of the greatest music figures of the 20th century whose passion and drive took him well beyond the music he wrote and conducted. Spanning the breadth of a life interwoven with key historic moments outside the concert hall, Bernstein’s Wall follows the son of a Russian Jewish immigrant who arrives in New York from his Boston hometown to eventually become Conductor of the New York Philharmonic, and becomes a household name thanks to numerous television appearances, educating the public on all things symphonic, West Side Story, being seen with celebrities and politicians, and his crossing-the-line activism, from protesting the Vietnam War to (controversially) supporting the Black Panthers. The film also incorporates Bernstein’s personal life – his fraught relationship with his father, his marriage, his family life, his struggles to be at peace with his sexuality – to paint a complex portrait of a complex, driven individual who produced some of the most memorable music of his time as a product of those times. 

Premiere – 2021 Tribeca Film Festival

Director Douglas Tirola in attendance

RESPECT

RESPECT

2021 (USA) 145 minutes

Directed by: Liesl Tommy

Aretha Louise Franklin, who passed away in 2018, was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist. Referred to as the “Queen of Soul ” she has twice been placed 9th in Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. This musical biopic follows the first two decades of Franklin’s life, from being born as a musical prodigy in an affluent African-American family, the effect of losing her mother at age 10 to her arduous rise to international musical stardom, while simultaneously enduring an abusive marriage and constraints of patriarchy, ultimately concluding with the recording of her influential live album Amazing Grace.

Courtesy of United Artists Releasing

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