|Wednesday, Nov. 18||8:00 PM||Live Preview|
|Thursday, Nov. 19||12:00 PM||On Demand|
|Sunday, Jan. 31||11:59 PM||Virtual Event||Streaming Ends|
Legendary local theatre weirdo Greg Dean is known as an actor, director, and designer, often all at once. With HERZSTÜCK, he turns his singular aesthetic to film, realizing a project nearly 10 years in the making. A pair of clownish musicians attempt to perform a duet for violin and piano, but a series of interruptions and distractions leads to gruesome complications, and hilarity ensues in this bleak meditation on the futility of love and all other human endeavors. Inspired by a 14-line theatrical fragment by the late East German playwright, Heiner Müller, HERZSTÜCK is a deconstruction of old, b&w silent film comedies — think Laurel & Hardy meets David Cronenberg.
Virtual content will be available to stream on November 19, 2020 at 12:00 PM.
Virtual content will be available to stream/view until January 31, 2021.
Access to the On Demand recording is free, but registration is required.