Little Cinema and Brooklyn museum have an ongoing partnership that allows Little Cinema to produce events around areas of cultural significance. To date, Little Cinema has produced 5 cinematic/cultural events with Brooklyn Museum.

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Frida (Immersive)

 
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Our ongoing partnership with Brooklyn museum continued in April 2019 to present Frida (Immersive), as part of their exhibition, Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving.  We created a multimedia, immersive screening of Julie Taymor’s, Frida (2002). The show featured larger than life puppets, dance, performance art, live music, projection mapping and live audiovisual remixing.  This one-off spectacle truly celebrated the influential life, art and style of Frida.


 
 
 

David Bowie In Film

 

In May 2018, Little Cinema partnered with Brooklyn Museum to curate and present a series of immersive events dedicated to the legacy of David Bowie In Film. To accompany the international ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition that landed at the Brooklyn Museum, Little Cinema produced a series of 4 events combining theatre, video art, live music, dance and circus performances into an immersive experience: An immersive screening of Labyrinth, An immersive screening of The Man Who Fell To Earth, An immersive screening of Basquiat, The Night of 100 Bowies - a dance party at The Brooklyn Museum in partnership with House Of Yes.

Learn more about David Bowie In Film here.

 
 
 

The Holy Mountain (Immersive Screening)

 
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In October 2017, The New York Latino Film Festival and Little Cinema presented an immersive screening of cult-classic surrealist film The Holy Mountain (Alejandro Jodorowsky, 1973) featuring live performances, and a live score by Black Lodge.