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)


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)


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.