The Trylon Microcinema
SOUND UNSEEN
SOUND UNSEEN Coming soon to The Trylon
Sound Unseen, the annual films-on-music festival, presents year round programming at the Trylon. Screenings run on the second Wednesday of every month, tickets are $8. Co-presented by 89.3 The Current. For more information, please visit soundunseen.com.

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SUPER DUPER ALICE COOPER

The Trylon

Wed May 14 7:00 (20 remaining) 8:45
(2014, HD, 86m) dir Sam Dunn, Reginald Harkema, Scot McFadyen. The story of Vincent Furnier, a preacher's son, who struck fear into the hearts of parents everywhere as Alice Cooper, the ultimate rock star of the bizarre. From the advent of Alice as frontman for a group of Phoenix freaks in the sixties to the hazy decadence of celebrity in the seventies to the winking comeback as glam metal godfather in the eighties, one will watch in wonder as Alice and Vincent battle for each other's souls.

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BREADCRUMB TRAIL

The Trylon

Wed Jun 11 7:00
(2014, HD, 93m) dir Lance Bangs. A documentary about the band Slint and the Louisville music culture they emerged from. They were playing hardcore shows at ages 10-12, touring when they were 14, and then formed Slint in their late teens and recorded the classic album “Spiderland” before they were 21. They broke up before the album’s release, giving no interviews and vanishing into their own shadows. Featuring Slint, Steve Albini, Ian Mackaye, David Grubbs, David Yow, James Murphy and archival material from Will Oldham.

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IMPROVEMENT CLUB

The Trylon

Wed Jul 09 7:00
(2013, HD, 98m) dir Dayna Hanson. Equal parts mockumentary, musical comedy and dance film, "Improvement Club" traces a Seattle performance group’s attempt to probe the failings of the American Revolution. When the ensemble loses their shot at a New York premiere, their wish for an audience takes them to the backwoods of the Pacific Northwest on what becomes a surreal quest for trust, togetherness and the true meaning of artistic struggle.
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