16mm Film Screening: Films by the Brothers Quay
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
Tonight's program will feature three films from the Quay brothers, known for their stop-motion animation and film techniques, influenced by fellow animators as well as writers such as Franz Kafka , Bruno Schulz, and Robert Walser.
Venue: New York Public Library - Seward Park Branch
192 East Broadway Map
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