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Sufjan & Raymond Raposa performing live soundtrack @ BAM (and other places)

Beyond this Place

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Beyond This Place

Part of BAM 150

Directed by Kaleo La Belle
Music composition by Raymond Raposa and Sufjan Stevens

Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 7:30pm

As part of BAM’s 150th anniversary celebrations, filmmaker Kaleo La Belle–joined by childhood friend Sufjan Stevens (The BQE, 2007 Next Wave; TAKEOVER 2008) and singer-songwriter Raymond Raposa–comes to the opera house for a screening of his award-winning documentary Beyond This Place.

Deeply reflective and personal, La Belle’s breakout film charts his attempts to reconnect with his perpetually stoned, long-estranged father Cloud Rock during a grueling 500-mile bike tour across the Pacific Northwest. Stevens and Raposa share the stage as special musical guests, providing a live soundtrack to this emotionally nuanced look at family ties and the process of moving on.

BAM Howard Gilman Opera House

$25 tickets to the Brooklyn show are currently on sale for BAM members and go on sale to the general public on 9/19. There will be similar events in Portland and LA.

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