“Antarctica is the last place where you may drop down, when you shake the earth and can’t stay put anywhere else.”
Inspired by this quote from the documentary Encouters at the End of the World by German filmmaker Werner Herzog, Wunderbaum and Touki Delphine will cooperate for a second time, six years after Lost Chord Radio. Wunderbaum, a Dutch-Flemish group of actors/musicians performs a high-energy concert spectacle about dreams, choices and possibilities set in Antartica.
Curious what everyone is up to lately? Check out what we found on the plate of these hot artists!
Reggie Watts: Did you know he's on a new show called Comedy Bang Bang on the Independent Film Channel. Check out this clip of an episode with Michael Cera!
OntheBoards.tv presents a first for the site – a filmed installation. In September 2011 SuttonBeresCuller, Seattle’s leading art collective, premiered an installation/performance that transformed On the Boards' building from a recognizably respectable institution to a delightfully convoluted artistic tangle with unconventional surprise performances at every turn.
Seattle's leading art collective spent 2 months transforming On the Boards' building from a recognizably respectable institution to a delightfully convoluted artistic tangle with unconventional surprise performances at every turn. Watch as people came to wander the "new" On the Boards and be charmed by the boundless creativity and detailed craftsmanship of SuttonBeresCuller.
When we filmed Mariano Pensotti's El pasado es unanimal grotesco the staff from PS122 of New York came up to Seattle to help us out. Check out the video they put together about their stay in the Northwest.
It's the film you've been waiting for! El pasado es un animal grotesco traveled across the US and around the world to great acclaim and now we are delighted to bring it to you!
It’s 1999 in Buenos Aires. Mario, Laura, Pablo, and Vicky are in their mid-twenties and ready for careers, love, and adulthood. Over the next decade, Argentina’s economy will collapse and their lives will take a series of unexpected turns. In this fast-paced, multilayered “mega fiction,” director Mariano Pensotti deftly unfolds the lives of these 4 characters. El pasado es un animal grotesco is a funny and moving portrait that takes place atop a slowly spinning turntable stage.
Choreographer Zoe Scofield and visual artist Juniper Shuey offer a surreal, visually arresting examination of the gap between cause and effect in A Crack in Everything. The evening-length work explores the enduring questions of justice posed in the Greek tragedy The Oresteia through dramatic video and costumes, atmospheric installations and lighting, and Scofield’s ritualistic movement. A Crack in Everything was made over a span of 2 years with production residencies at On the Boards and in Hungary, New Zealand and at the prestigious MacDowell Colony (New Hampshire).