Directed by Jennifer Trainer
Produced by Jennifer Trainer, Noah Bashevkin, Ivy Meeropol, Rachel Chanoff (Executive Producer) and Jack & Susy Wadsworth (Executive Producers)
“A love letter to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, to artistic experimentation and to North Adams, the struggling factory town where the institution is situated."
"A stunning example of the best kind of documentary filmmaking."
"The most fun documentary I've seen in some time. It makes contemporary art more accessible... smart, well shot, and well delivered."
"An extraordinary museum."
Official Selection: SXSW, American Film Showcase, Hamptons International Film Festival, GlobeDocs Film Festival, Provincetown Film Festival, Aspen Filmfest, Sarasota Film Festival, Naples International Film Festival, Woodstock Film Festival, Berkshire International Film Festival
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