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March 28 — Watch IMA's One-Two Punch: "Black Orpheus" & "William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet"

Do the doomed love things with two of the most beautiful works of art of the 20th century.

When: Saturday March 28, 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM
Where: Indianapolis Museum of Art Tobias Theater

One film: M $5 / P $9 / College Students w/ID $7
Both films: M $10 / P $13 / College Students w/ID $11
Purchase tickets at www.imamuseum.org, by calling 317-955-2339 or at the door.

Visiting filmmaker Julie Dash (Daughters of the Dust) will introduce Black Orpheus and explain its influence on her own films.

Black Orpheus (1959, dir. Marcel Camus, 107 mins, PG) and William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet (1996, dir. Baz Luhrmann, 120 mins, PG-13)
These two films share vivid, heart-pounding art direction, a theme of young love doomed, and classical literary origins. Black Orpheus reinterprets the Greek myth of Orpheus and celebrates the culture of Brazil. Orpheus is a streetcar conductor and star Carnival dancer betrothed to one, but in love with another. Luhrmann’s psychedelic, MTV-style Romeo + Juliet delights with an over-the-top sensibility. Black Orpheus won the Palme d’Or at the 1959 Cannes Film Festival; Romeo + Juliet received an Oscar nomination for Art Direction.

Related Activity
There will be a carnivale mask-making workshop for adults and children in the IMA’s Red Art Lab from noon to 1 pm. Mask-making activity and Black Orpheus screening co-presented by the Indiana/Rio Grande do Sul Chapter of Partners of the Americas and Maes Brasilaeiras.

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