NOW SHOWING through April 9, 2020 (thedocyard.com/)
The American road movie is renewed in this essential essay film about documentation, precarity, family, and freedom of movement.
Special Q&A with filmmaker Miko Revereza and Guest Curator Abby Sun at 8PM Eastern on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 via Zoom
To register for the Q&A, click here.
All revenue from virtual ticket sales will go to the Brattle, longtime partner and host of the DocYard.
Questions or technical concerns about the screening or Q&A? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Quiet, contemplative, and legitimately brave, No Data Plan is that rarest of things: a personal film with real world consequences.” Jordan Cronk, Film Comment
“One of the very best films I’ve seen this year—invention, innovation, emotion wrenched from necessity.” Ashley Clark, Director of Film Programming at BAM
Established in 2010, The DocYard celebrates what is innovative and inspiring in documentary and brings filmmakers and audiences together to explore the craft of non-fiction storytelling. Building on Boston’s rich legacy in documentary, the goal of the screening series is to continue to grow a vibrant, creative community of media-makers and film lovers in the region.
The DocYard is a program of the LEF Foundation in partnership with the Brattle Theatre, Irving House at Harvard, and the Tyler Family Foundation.
DocYard Virtual Screening Ticket NO DATA PLAN
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