John Cassavetes’ HUSBANDS

The following post is by Trylon volunteer and programer John Moret who is a regular contributor to All-Star Video. The title of this film is so illuminating.  It is completely innocuous and completely definitive.  Men of a certain age, feeling a certain weight of responsibility. Harry (Ben Gazzara), Archie (Peter… Continue reading

Matías Piñeiro’s VIOLA

Let me introduce you to Viola, Argentine filmmaker Matías Piñeiro’s most recent film. Viola is also one of the six female characters that Piñeiro’s fictional film eavesdrops on as they discuss intricacies of acting and love. And Viola is also a lead role in the Shakespeare comedy Twelfth Night, a… Continue reading

A Labor Day Leviathan

leviathan |ləˈvīəTHən| noun (in biblical use) a sea monster, identified in different passages with the whale and the crocodile (e.g., Job 41, Ps. 74:14), and with the Devil (after Isa. 27:1). • a very large aquatic creature, esp. a whale: the great leviathans of the deep. • a thing that… Continue reading

Second Anniversary of the Defenders!

Come celebrate the second anniversary of the Trylon’s Defenders series with the brainchild of it all, Jim Brunzell III. Jim is the Director of Sound Unseen and has a weekly film column that you should definitely check out on the Twin Cities Daily Planet. You’ll have to show up to… Continue reading

Sound Unseen presents DOWNLOADED at the Trylon

The heyday of Napster seems like a foggy fever dream, and although the online peer-to-peer file sharing service only lasted two years, Napster changed the music industry and our relationship to music forever. Tonight at the Trylon, Sound Unseen presents the new documentary Downloaded directed by Alex Winter (better known… Continue reading