Join us and cinéSPEAK on the Gingko Lawn for an outdoor viewing of Falcon Lake, Charlotte Le Bon’s summer set coming-of-age young love meets ghost story. The film will begin at 8:30pm, preceded by a performance by Indor Yves. Doors open at 7pm!
About Falcon Lake:
Dir. Charlotte Le Bon / Canada, France / 2023 / 1hr 40min / French, English
A love and ghost story—A shy teenager on a summer vacation experiences the joy and pain of young adulthood when he forges an unlikely bond with an older girl.
About Indoor Yves:
Somewhere J-walking in the great city of Philadelphia, Pa, crawling between cars and dive bars, and sticking his nose in old books, Indoor Yves developed a penchant for “extreme genre-bending,” indiscreet bass, psychedelia, synthesis, 70’s tube warmth, and overall chaos.
He uses his 13+ years of classical and jazz training as a bassist along with countless hours logged in the studio to create psychedelic soundscapes that make you want to move, accompanied by cryptic and poetic lyrics that at times can come off as total nonsense. However, there is a method to his madness. In his own words “Everything in the mix, has its purpose, whether it’s to soothe you or wake you up.”
This approach along with a very diverse musical palette is clearly demonstrated on his latest project Heath Legerdemain Vol. 1, where tracks range from hip-hop/r&b and punk to psychedelic rock, synth-wave, and even experimental. The perfect artist to lean on when you don’t know what you want or need exactly. Keep an eye out and ears tuned for what jumps out of Indoor Yves’ Pandora’s Box next.
cinéSPEAK is a Philadelphia-based cinema organization that engages diverse audiences through our independent, repertory, and foreign film programming; creating space and centering the stories of individuals and communities that are often underrepresented in mainstream cinema. cinéSPEAK promotes community togetherness and global understanding by engaging film enthusiasts while cultivating the next generation of discerning moviegoers; encouraging people to demand social justice both on-screen and throughout society. Support their work here!