The Trylon Microcinema
SOUND UNSEEN
SOUND UNSEEN Now playing at The Trylon microcinema
Sound Unseen, the annual films-on-music festival, presents year round programming at the Trylon. Screenings run on the second Wednesday of every month, tickets are $8. Co-presented by 89.3 The Current. For more information, please visit soundunseen.com.

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FILMAGE: THE STORY OF DESCENDANTS/ALL

The Trylon microcinema

Wed Sep 10 7:00
ONE NIGHT ONLY SNEAK PEAK.
(2012, HD, 90m) dir Deedle LaCour & Matt Riggle. Follow bandleader/drummer/square-peg Bill Stevenson as he pushes his rotating door of band-mates to "achieve ALL," his philosophy of going for greatness at all costs. Stevenson is a force to be reckoned with, proving that not even a grapefruit-sized brain tumor can keep him down.

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BREADCRUMB TRAIL

The Trylon microcinema

Wed Jun 11 7:00
(2014, HD, 93m) dir. Lance Bangs. A documentary about the band Slint and the Louisville music culture they emerged from. They were playing hardcore shows at ages 10-12, touring when they were 14, and then formed Slint in their late teens and recorded the classic album “Spiderland” before they were 21. They broke up before the album’s release, giving no interviews and vanishing into their own shadows. Featuring Slint, Steve Albini, Ian Mackaye, David Grubbs, David Yow, James Murphy and archival material from Will Oldham.


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IMPROVEMENT CLUB

The Trylon microcinema

Wed Jul 09 7:00
(2013, HD, 98m) dir. Dayna Hanson will be present.
Equal parts mockumentary, musical comedy and dance film, "Improvement Club" traces a Seattle performance group’s attempt to probe the failings of the American Revolution. When the ensemble loses their shot at a New York premiere, their wish for an audience takes them to the backwoods of the Pacific Northwest on what becomes a surreal quest for trust, togetherness and the true meaning of artistic struggle.


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NO NO: A DOCKUMENTARY

The Trylon microcinema

Wed Aug 13 7:00 9:00
(2014, HD, 100m) dir. Jeffrey Radice. Writer Peter Schilling will introduce the screening. On June 12, 1970, Dock Ellis threw a no-hitter for the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 136 years of baseball history, only 276 no-hitters have been recorded. Dock is the only pitcher to ever claim he accomplished his while high on LSD. He was an outspoken leader of a new wave of civil rights in sports, when black athletes were no longer content to accept second-class treatment or keep their mouths shut about indignities. Music by Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz (Ad-Rock).
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