VENICE BIENNALE PRESENTS // Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy w/ DJ Anjali Set
Run Time: 127 min. Language: Thai
Doors & DJ Set at 6:30 p.m., Film Starts 7 p.m. Tickets are $15.
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A fabulous coming of age story based on over 200 Tweets? Yes please! Unofficial PAM CUT House DJ, DJ Anjali, will spin tunes prior to the film. Doors and DJ Set at 6:30 p.m. Film at 7 p.m.
Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy
2013. Directed by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit. Runtime: 127 minutes.
Mary is in her last course of school. She’ll confront sudden changes in her life, loving relations and friendship.
DJ Anjali (set from 6:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.)
Anjali is a DJ, Dancer and Artist. Her work is primarily concerned with creating a collective memory through songs, dance and imagery while pushing forward a working class, immigrant feminist agenda on the dance floor. As a DJ and dance floor instigator, she has worked to promote the future and vintage sounds of the South Asian and Desi diaspora within the larger Global Bass movement. She moves between two styles of performance, from behind the decks as a DJ to the front of the stage as a Bhangra dancer, all the while exploring her own identity and using the dance floor as a place to build solidarity.
Venice Biennale College Cinema Program
Venice Biennale’s College Cinema Program has launched the careers of some of the best and brightest cinematic risk takers from all over the world. In celebration of the 10th anniversary of this incredible program, we welcome Biennale College Cinema Program heads Savina Neirotti & Jane Williams who will be there to introduce each screening, selecting three films from the program that were wildly influential and ahead of their time to be featured alongside Portland-based artists and performers each putting their unique spin on the work!