Events & Gatherings
Spring Breakers, Harmony Korine
Four college-aged girls go on spring break in St. Petersburg, Florida, and meet an eccentric local drug dealer who helps them in a time of desperation. The film chronicles their eventual descent into a world of drugs, crime and violence. In the tradition of the landmark Kids and Gummo, Spring Breakers‘ director Harmony Korine unleashes a story of ferocious, feverish, and furiously alive youth, examining the sights, sounds, and sensory overload of a new generation of restless youth.
Spring Breakers (Tenth Anniversary Screening)
Directed by Harmony Korine
2013, USA, 94 minutes, R
This screening of Spring Breakers will open with the short film as the Maple falls I realize I can’t stop it by Gavin Baird.
Gavin Baird is a Métis filmmaker based in Saskatoon. Since 2016, he has directed and produced the feature films, The Big Gust!, BEGONIA, The Caring Only Cry at Night, A Storm Blows Over, and 8th Street Menace.
as the Maple falls I realize I can’t stop it
Directed by Gavin Baird
2020, Canada, 2 minutes, not rated
Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.
April 13 at 7:00PM
This April, Cinema at the Museum presents a series of films that examine youth culture, changing societal tides, and the fight for those on the fringes of society. These ideas are showcased through documentation, faux-realism, or from a dream-like state that twists and bends the narrative of modern social consumption and excess.
Film tickets are $10; free admission for members and youth under 18.
Talks, tours and other events are admission by donation or free with membership.