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'Kati with an I' & 'The Third Body' [Documentary in Bloom]
Maysles Cinema
New York, NY
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'Kati with an I' & 'The Third Body' [Documentary in Bloom]
Coming-of-age documentary 'Kati with an I' opens for a week-long theatrical release at The Maysles Cinema in the series "Documentary in Bloom: New Films Presented by Livia Bloom". The program will be preceded by avant-garde pioneer Peggy Ahwesh's hallucinogenic short film, 'The Third Body'.
Director discussion with Robert Greene at the screenings on April 8th and 9th. Discussion with producers Susan Bedusa, Douglas Tirola, and Sean Price Williams, who also co-photographed the film, on April 11th.
(Playing April 8-14 at 7:30pm)

Film Descriptions:
Kati with an I
Dir. Robert Greene, 2010, 86 min.
A captivating, vibrant portrait of popular Alabama high school senior Kati Genthner, filmed by her half-brother, reveals fights with her parents and romance with her sweetheart as she teeters on the brink of adulthood. As Kati prepares for her graduation day, viewers are invited to witness the intimate details of her life--from a coed pool party to a trip to the mall with her boyfriend, singing their favorite romantic song at the top of their lungs. It's all as wholesome and happy as apple pie... or is it?

Preceded by:
The Third Body
Dir. Peggy Ahwesh. 2010, 9 min.
A hallucinogenic religious film is stitched together with early computer generated NASA video from 1980s virtual-reality tours in Peggy Ahwesh's inspired juxtaposition of the mysterious realms of faith and science.

Film curator Livia Bloom's series "Documentary in Bloom" is a monthly and bi-monthly program highlighting challenging, controversial, and though-provoking new documentary films of outstanding artistic merit. The series offers a unique opportunity for audience members to discuss the films with each other and with the films' creators in a community setting.


Maysles Cinema
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
United States


Film > Movies

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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