IN MY OWN TIME: A PORTRAIT OF KAREN DALTON

IN MY OWN TIME: A PORTRAIT OF KAREN DALTON

Online Screening

Nov 11 - Nov 19

WORLD PREMIERE | Blues and folk singer Karen Dalton was a prominent figure in 1960s New York. Idolized by Bob Dylan and Nick Cave, Karen discarded the traditional trappings of success and led an unconventional life until her early death. Since most images of Karen have been lost or destroyed, the film uses Karen’s dulcet melodies and interviews with loved ones to build a rich portrait of this singular woman and her hauntingly beautiful voice.

Included with the screening ticket is an exclusive pre-recorded filmmaker Q&A, immediately following the film.

Director: Robert Yapkowitz, Richard Peete
Executive Producer: Wim Wenders, Light in the Attic
Producer: Traci Carlson, Richard Peete; Co-Producer: Abby Horton, Conall Jones, Elliott Coley
Cinematographer: Alex Galitano, Sam Wootton, Kevin Phillips, Joe Anderson, Gabe Elder, Ryan Dickie
Editor: Lance Edmands, Robert Yapkowitz
Music: Julia Holter
Language: English
Country: USA
Year: 2020
Publicist: 42 West
Sales Agent: UTA

Event details

Dates

Nov 11 - Nov 19

Venue

Online Screening


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