DARK DAYS: The Ultimate Underground Film
presented by Rob Cullen
intro to DARK DAYS
For two years Marc Singer lived with the people who make their home in the tunnels beneath Penn Station in New York, creating an unflinching portrait of a part of society that is literally and figuratively beneath our notice. With its grainy black-and-white photography and haunting soundtrack, this is a surprisingly beautiful film, but it is never sentimental, nor does it try to impose a false nobility on its subjects. Dark Days simply shows us a world that we never knew
Also showing part of the "Making of Dark Days" video, in which the director and producer talk about the totally unique way the film was made.
Wednesday, July 2 6:30p