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The film, 30 minutes in length, will be followed by a Q + A with the filmmaker and dancers. Filmed in the Spring of 2021, Hidden Places follows the path of a person searching for inspiration, set alongside a visual exploration of the KANEKO building from the outside in.
Nik Fackler is an internationally acclaimed, award-winning filmmaker that was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his directorial debut LOVELY, STILL (starring Martin Landau, Ellen Burstyn, Adam Scott, and Elizabeth Banks). The LA Times called LOVELY, STILL “an impressive debut” and Fackler as “sensitively attuned to his actors”. Fackler then pivoted into the documentary space with his follow-up film, SICK BIRDS DIE EASY, winning Best Picture at the Poland International Film Festival. Throughout the past 15 years, he has produced and directed over 20 music videos for various artists including Sia, Bright Eyes, The Faint, and his own band, Icky Blossoms. His upcoming projects include BEYOND US with 20th Century Studios, LIFE AFTER PARTY with Shameik Moore attached to star, and UNCLE GABBY based on Tony Millionaire’s iconic Sock Monkey series of books and comics.
tbd. is a non-profit, modern + contemporary dance collective with a creative process + vision built around exploration and collaboration. Operating under the belief that movement can be a platform for communication and connection, it is our mission to provide unique dance experiences through performance and education that encourage dialogue and expand perceptions of movement as an art form.
We work with artists and organizations throughout the community to produce movement-based productions that feature site-specific choreography and multidisciplinary collaboration. Our work is highly imaginative, diverse in content and structure, and seeks to discover the possibilities for performance within unconventional spaces.
The Hidden Places Film Exhibition features the following programs: