CANCELLED-BROWN PAPER TICKETS WILL BE REFUNDING WITHIN 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS ALL ON-LINE SALES. SORRY TO CANCEL BUT WE DIDN’T HIT THE MINIMUM SALES REQUIRED.
No Festival Required and The Walter Station Brewery present:
A FILM BY EMILIO BELMONTE
Saturday March 23, 2019 7:00pm(doors at 5:30 pm with food and drink service)
Walter Station Brewery
4056 East Washington St.
(NW corner 41st Street and Washington, West of 44th St Light Rail Station)
Phoenix AZ 85034-Brewery (602) 368-8402
Street parking available but limited on 41st Street, and at 40th Place at Arizona Animal Welfare League. We strongly suggest using light rail and ride-sharing services. Entrance is off of 41st St.
Monthly Screenings of Truly Independent Films, this time inside the Walter Station Brewery-minimum of 35 people required for show to be presented. Small salon audience and great new and/or overlooked films, plus great beer, wine and food available from the Walter Station Brewery! We’ll have a special tapas-influenced menu items and sangria for this show!
Tickets $14 Early Bird Price (includes service fee), after Saturday March 16 price increases to General Price of $22.
Seating will be limited and show must have minimum 35 tickets sold online to proceed. Show cancellation decision will be made if necessary March 18 with advance sales returned.
Rocίo Molina is all of 32 years old: an avant-garde performance artist/flamenco dancer with a dash of Björk and Pina Bausch thrown in for good measure. Often onstage alone, her work grows from the flamenco tradition but she infuses it with a modern, magnetic passion: crawling through red paint (suggestive of menstrual blood or the aftermath of a violent crime) or moving to a hard-driving rock beat. At times her look is minimal, almost Japanese in its austerity; at other times her performance suggests a sexy, plump fruit, ripe and edible. Emilio Belmonte follows Molina as she rehearses for her Paris debut at the Chaillot National Theater. She is never less than a force of nature.
The spectacular avant-garde choreographies of flamenco dancer Rocío Molina have electrified audiences around the world. Her extravagant, mesmerizing and mostly improvised pieces combine traditional Flamenco with modern-dance, avant-garde theatrics, objects, paint, and eclectic music compositions.
Impulso is an intimate portrait of Molina, one the dance world’s most passionate artists, as she travels the world to perform her improvised “impulsos” at unusual venues ranging from prisons to modern art museums. Now Molina must prepare for one of her most challenging works ever for a new show at Chaillot National Theater in Paris. Despite Molina’s unconventional stagings and artful theatrical setups, she remarkably manages to maintain her connection to Flamenco’s rich history and traditions.