Errol Morris Retrospective
Called “one of America’s strangest and most brilliant documentary filmmakers,” by Roger Ebert, the great Errol Morris has a special curiosity for what makes people tick. It’s what led to his off-kilter portraits like Gates of Heaven and Vernon, Florida and eventually down a more political road with incisive masterworks like The Thin Blue Line and The Fog of War.
Perhaps the most skilled interviewer working in documentary, Morris has a knack for getting people to reveal themselves on camera—and even when they do their best to present a persona, his camera tells a deeper truth. Occasioned by his latest film, The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography, we’re proud to present a retrospective of his major work.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara shares lessons from a life intertwined with some of the 20th century’s greatest conflicts in this Oscar-winning doc.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 6:30 PM - Buy Tickets
Morris’s eccentric portrait of two Californian pet cemeteries is an idiosyncratic look at the American dream that stands as one of the most memorable documentaries of all time.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 4:00 PM - Buy Tickets
The charming oddball residents of a remote swamp town open up about their way of life, their pastimes and their beliefs in this entertaining docu-comedy.
SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 6:30 PM - Buy Tickets
“The first movie mystery to actually solve a murder,” Morris’s 1988 masterpiece created something beautiful out of a horrific real-life event—and went on to effect real change.
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 8:45 PM - Buy Tickets