El Museo del Barrio | 1230 Fifth Avenue
Join us for the New York premiere of the documentary Multiple Visions, The Crazy Machine (Miradas múltiples, La máquina loca), directed by Emilio Maillé, the film is an immersion and celebration of the iconography of legendary Mexican cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa.
Masterfully edited, Multiple Visions offers an engaging visual journey through Figueroa’s memorable and powerful images, alternating glowing black-and-white excerpts from films shot by Figueroa and featuring interviews with some of the most important cinematographers of the world including Vittorio Storaro, Janusz Kasminski, Philippe Rousselot, Raoul Coutard and Christopher Doyle talking about the legacy of the Mexican cinematographer whose filmography spans over 200 feature films.
Hailed as “a fascinating master class in cinematographic philosophy” by Variety and an official selection of the Venice, Telluride, Palm Springs, Morelia and Guadalajara film festivals, Multiple Visions also boasts a sublime musical score specially composed by celebrated British composer Michael Nyman.
Following the Screening is a Q&A with Multipule Visions Director Emilio Maillé; and Director, Producer, and Screen Play Writer Gregory Nava.
Co-presented with Cinema Tropical.