Sunday, April 7

Special Events ArchiveWicked Queer 2019

Vision Portraits

Directed by Rodney Evans • 1h 19m • Documentary

Vision Portraits is the personal story of filmmaker Rodney Evans (Brother To Brother) as he embarks on a scientific and artistic journey, questioning how his loss of vision might impact his creative future. Through illuminating portraits of three artists: a photographer, a dancer and a writer, the film looks at the ways each artist was affected by the loss of their vision and the ways in which their creative process has changed or adapted.

This event is proud to be co-presented by: Roxbury International Film Festival, Reelabilties Film Festival Boston, Men of Melanin Magic

“Vision Portraits lives up to its title, presenting a series of fascinating case studies in how the artistic spirit, and the need to create, can overcome anything.”
– Christian Gallichio, The Playlist

“An evocative meditation on sight, cinema, and the tools of filmmaking.”
– John Fink, The Film Stage

Screening with…

Sirene

Directed by Zara Dwinger • 26 m

SIRENE is a film about confusion, friendship and becoming who you are. The 15-year old Kay lives a boy’s life in between roaring motorcross bikes.When the enchanting Melody sails into his life on a big boat, their flourishing friendship lures him towards this dormant feeling. When it turns out they both had a different idea about their friendship, Kay doesn’t know what to feel and to do anymore. He decides to drastically go against his feelings and Kay gets even more tangled up in his own confusion…

Ticket Information:

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Sunday 4/7
at 4:00 PM

No Brattle member passes accepted. Discount tickets available for Wicked Queer and Brattle Theatre members.