News: 12/3/2010  

Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then

Brent Green brings his first feature film to the Museum of Photographic Arts this Sunday, December 5th. Based on the tragic yet inspiring true story of Leonard Wood, Green gives the following synopsis:

"Leonard and Mary meet in a car crash. They fall instantly in love, and live happily ever after…until Mary gets sick. Desperate to save her, Leonard decides that if he builds a house for Mary, it will heal her. Inspired by the real actions of the eccentric Leonard Wood, filmmaker Brent Green brings to life this love story like no other in his first feature-length film.  Shot entirely on the full-scale town he built in his backyard, Green combines animation, stop-motion and live-action in an ethereal opus to lovers and tinkerers everywhere."

The screening will have a live score, performed by a five-piece which includes the former drummer of Fugazi. The screening starts at 8pm, with a recption and cocktails provided by Alchemy and Karl Strauss prior to the film. Admission is $10 and can be purchased here or the night of at MoPA's box office.

Tags: Film, MoPA, Museum of Photographic Arts, Brent Green, Fugazi

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