Machine Project’s first film, screening at MOCA

    January 31st, 2011 at MOCA
    8pm

    Ticket required, email reservations@moca.org to reserve

    Dir. by Chris Wilcha

    On the final day of the Artist’s Museum exhibition, MOCA is hosting the premiere of Machine Project’s first film. Shot over the course of one 12 hour day, we documented a dozen performances, lectures, workshops and activities, which occurred simultaneously in the gallery, in the apartment above the gallery, and the basement below. The day-long event included a experimental women’s choir, a drum solo spilling out the second story window, a parent-child car theft workshop, a talk by Jason Brown revealing the secrets of Los Angeles’s occult netherworlds, and a demonstration of paleolithic fire starting technology.

    Info on the MOCA website here: http://www.moca.org/museum/event_calendar.php?m=1&day=31#31

    Tickets can be reserved by emailing reservations@moca.org.

  • PRODUCTION CREDITS:

    DIRECTOR – Chris Wilcha

    PRODUCER – Michelle Currinder

    MACHINE PROJECT PRODUCER – Mark Allen

    DIR. OF PHOTOGRAPHY – Jim Frohna

    1ST AC – Shelly Gurzi

    DIGITAL MANAGER – John Spellman

    KEY GRIP – Dave Knudsen

    BEST BOY GRIP – Julie Torgerson

    GRIP – James Beals

    SWING – John Guerera

    SOUND MIXER – David Stockton

    PRODUCTION ASSISTANT – Matt Eckel

    FEATURING (in order of appearance):

    PremaSoul

    Annie O’Malley and Intro to Machine Sewing 101

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    Corey Fogel

    Tom Jennings, Jason Torchinsky, and The Good Kids’ Guide to Being a Bit Bad: Cars Edition

    Asher Hartman

    Singing By Numbers

    Mike Metzger and Paleolithic Skills: Firestarting 101

    True Drone

    Anthony McCann

    Jason Brown