Narrated by James Franco, Eames: The Architect and The Painter tells the story of Charles and Ray Eames. Known for their popular chair design, the two artists did much more then just furniture design. Their California studio was called "the Google of their time," pumping out new, innovative ideas and thoughtful solutions to their clients' needs. The film also delves into their personal lives and reveals the power couple's sometimes tortured love for one another.
Chronicling Banksy's month long residency in New York City in 2013, Banksy Does New York follows each of the internationally revered street artist's projects as they popped up unannounced (and sometimes unwanted) all over the city. Ranging from unconventional, conceptual performance pieces to traditional graffiti, Banksy had the entire city anxious for more of his work, while miraculously evading NYPD for an entire month.
From making the puppets on Pee-wee’s Playhouse to the artwork in The Smashing Pumpkins Video, Wayne White has worn many artistic hats in his life. Constantly pushing to understand himself more, White is always striving for improvement. Rooted in humor while still living in the fine arts realm, Wayne has shown that art can be a 24/7 lifestyle. RSVP here.
A Chicago nanny who kept her creative life a secret was uncovered as a phenomenally talented street photographer when her film was purchased at an auction house for a mere $380. This film unravels the past of Vivian Maier as John Maloof develops her collection of 100,000 photographs of Chicago and New York residents in the 1950s.
Come join us for the documentary MAKE, a look into the lives of various creative professionals and stories of struggle and triumph in their careers. MAKE is not just a reflection, but also a question. What does it look like to live a life as a healthy and successful artist? Why is it that we choose to do what we do every day? This film is a small window into “the things we make and the things that make us.”