The 2018 International transforms the Carnegie Museum of Art Theater into a cinematheque. Come see artist Jeremy Deller’s 2018 film “Everyone in the Place.”
Silent films were not silent. The term is a retronym, coined after the invention of synchronized recorded sound did away with live musical accompaniment. Now, recorded and live sound are part of an artist’s palette, made as plastic as paint and clay. Unlike paintings and sculptures, however, sound wanders and lingers, in theaters and galleries—and on the streets long after you leave the museum.
The 2018 International transforms the CMOA Theater into a cinematheque. The French term “cinematheque” refers to a small film house or a film library. Libraries open up a world of knowledge to the public, and the International’s Cinematheque likewise brings to Pittsburgh worlds captured by filmmakers near and far.
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