‘I Am the Night’ Team on Filming in the John Sowden House: ‘You Could Imagine Someone Screaming in There’
“[Little Cinema] was commissioned and flown in by TNT to take over the Marmont to re-create a scene from a future episode in which Dr. Hodel hosts a surrealist art party. With an atmosphere reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour and ’60s dreamlike weirdness, one room, bathed in red light, featured a live band playing classic jazz standards.”
Living For The Thing Itself: Little Cinema Makes Real Art for ‘I Am The Night’ (A NoPro Night Out)
“…no one is going to have that experience of the Lightbox that Little Cinema built again... the care they took rippled, and the way they built the world of the show into the Chateau moved me”
Patty Jenkins and Chris Pine Attend The New York Premiere for TNT’s I Am The Night
“…suddenly partygoers found themselves in a murder mystery-esque realm. Ladies in retro lingerie sipped on coupes in a bathtub, performed acrobatics on top of a golden cage, and slumbered beneath dozens of waxed candles. It was a nightmarish dream.”
Little Cinema: An Awesome New Immersive Film Experience at House of Yes
"Scenes in the movie that would have passed without much extra thought were enriched by them, extended, and given additional meaning through the live art"
Little Cinema remixes the movie-going experience
"The result, at least the night I attended, was a packed house, a happy crowd, and an event that pushed the boundaries of what is usually a passive experience."
The Little Cinema that turns movies into spectacles
"Paper doves flew over the crowd during "When Doves Cry"; A man on top of a bar was grinding a power saw against a metal pole, spraying a fountain of sparks over a go-go dancer during "Darling Nikki"; Circus performers hung over the bar...."
Meet The Brooklyn DJ Who's Reinventing Movies As Immersive, Interactive Experiences
“Think cinema, theater, circus, performance art and music, macerated and mixed up in a big ol' blender: movies reinvented as exhilarating interactive performance.”
Two Takes On ‘Immersive Cinema,’ From the Nightclub to the Museum
"Little Cinema has expanded into a full-length live show built off of a film... This aligns with Rinsky’s idea of “using movies as subject matter for general creativity,”
The Brooklyn Museum’s Night of 1,000 Bowies Was a Night to Be Yourself
“Bowie fans came to the museum to celebrate the Starman, his legacy, and his many artistic selves, at a dance party produced by Bushwick-based circus-performance nightclub House of Yes, in partnership with Little Cinema.”