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Gimme Some Truth: Crave Hot Docs Showcase: The El Duce Tapes

Sat, Nov 9 / 9 pm
Directed by Rodney Ascher & David Lawrence
2019, USA, 100 min

Between appearing in supporting roles in General Hospital and local TV commercials, Ryan Sexton spent the early 90s documenting the life and art of El Duce, lead singer of the notorious shock rock band The Mentors. Famous for taking the stage in black executioner hoods, the band spent a few moments in the national spotlight after some of their most offensive lyrics were denounced on the floor of the US Senate. 25 years later, The El Duce Tapes dives into the long-unseen VHS footage searching for clues about who El Duce really was, how much of his disturbing persona was for real, and what an act built around a cartoonish sense of violent misogyny can tell us about our own time and place.

Presented in partnership with Crave Hot Docs Showcase.

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Tue 19

Optical Printer One on One Workshop Sessions

Appointment Based One on One Session
Tue 19

Restoration Tuesdays: The Harder They Come

Tue, Nov 12 / 9 pm
Tue, Nov 19 / 7 pm
Tue, Nov 26 / 9 pm
Tue 19

Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro Workshop

November 19 and 20 | 7pm - 10pm
Tue 19

Restoration Tuesdays: Suburbia

Tue, Nov 12 / 7 pm
Tue, Nov 19 / 9 pm
Tue, Nov 26 / 7 pm
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Assholes: A Theory

Wed, Nov 13 / 9:30 pm
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