Northwest Tracking Screening Of The Lyric Project

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Northwest Tracking Screening Of The Lyric Project
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What was the song with which you first fell in love? “An anthology love letter to music” is how cinema artist Brown, aka the Chocolate Giant, explains his 12-part film, which asks friends and strangers to record themselves reciting the lyrics of a personally meaningful song. Using his subjects’ lyrical recitations and backstories, Brown fashions a dozen short pieces inspired by the songs and the people who love them. Subjects range from The National’s “Pink Rabbits”, Lauryn Hill’s “That Thing”, The Deftones’ “RX Queen,” to Built to Spill’s “Velvet Waltz.” With THE LYRIC PROJECT, Brown fashions not only music videos, but “powerful reminders of a certain place in time and lyrics that can sink in and stick with you forever--for better or worse.” —AP Kryza, Willamette Week. (73 mins.)

Director Ezekiel Brown will introduce the film.



Prior to the screening stop by the Stevens room next to the Whitsell for small reception featuring vinyl records for participants to write the lyrics of their favorite songs on. Stop in and participate before settling in to enjoy the show.
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By: Northwest Film Center