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Nika Šaravanja & Alessandro d’Emilia
Dusk Chorus — Based on Fragments of Extinction
October 13 @ 9:30 pm
In the Ecuadorian Amazon, researcher and eco-acoustic composer David Monacchi (also the film's writer) seeks to capture incredibly detailed 3D soundscapes as vital documents of a rain forest with among the highest biodiversities in the world.
This is film as immersive auditory travelogue, seeking the voices of species whose calls may all too soon fall silent due to habitat loss and other anthropocene effects.
When & where
Friday, October 13, 2017 @ 9:30pm
Rubin Museum, 150 West 17th Street
To purchase tickets online, go here
This is a US Premiere. Co-presented with the Rubin Museum of Art and their World of Sound series. With David Monacchi and director Alessandro d'Emilia in attendance!
About the Imagine Science Film Festival
Over the past decade, Imagine Science Films (ISF) has grown into a major venue for the release of new and experimental works bridging the worlds of science and film.
Founded at Rockefeller University, Imagine Science Films is now a 501(c)(3) that produces annual science film festivals in New York, Paris, and Abu Dhabi, and at satellite events worldwide.
Our festival cultivates an appreciation of science through our events, but also serves as an international resource and active network for those who want to communicate the scientific realities of our world to public audiences.