Events & Gatherings
We’re All Going to the World’s Fair, Jane Schoenbrun
Late on a cold night somewhere in the U.S., teenage Casey sits alone in her attic bedroom, scrolling the internet. She has finally decided to take the World’s Fair Challenge, an online role-playing horror game, and embrace the uncertainty it promises. Slowly, she begins to lose herself, caught between dream and reality.
We’re All Going To The World’s Fair is the feature debut from Jane Schoenbrun (they/them), a non-binary American filmmaker, writer, and curator committed to making and supporting personal, art-driven cinema. In World’s Fair Schoenbrun presents a precisely built world both tender and frightening, made all the more haunting by its unflinching, thoughtful character portrayals.
We’re All Going To The World’s Fair
Directed by Jane Schoenbrun
2021, 86 minutes, USA, not rated
Screening on the International Transgender Day of Visibility
Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.
March 31 at 7:00PM
This March, Cinema at the Museum celebrates Women’s History Month with a series of films from groundbreaking and innovative directors. These films create expansive dialogues that speak to feminism, care, body, and agency, all through various lenses that focus on the experiences of women.
Film tickets are $10; free admission for members and youth under 18.
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