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Famously, when Jarmusch was filming in a flat on East 3rd Street, the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat took to using the set as a crash-pad.

Using animations, archival materials, and contemporary encounters with the protagonists of the transport of the stone, Sandra Rozental and Jesse Lerner’s playful documentary film explores the relevance of the ruins of the past in the present day.

Co-director Sandra Rozental will be here in person for a Q&A following the screening!

The inhabitants of Coatlinchan insist that the removal of the stone has caused droughts.

Representations and replicas of the absent stone appear everywhere in Coatlinchan, where it resonates in the memories of the inhabitants.

Famously, when Jarmusch was filming in a flat on East 3rd Street, the painter Jean-Michel Basquiat took to using the set as a crash-pad.Using animations, archival materials, and contemporary encounters with the protagonists of the transport of the stone, Sandra Rozental and Jesse Lerner’s playful documentary film explores the relevance of the ruins of the past in the present day.Co-director Sandra Rozental will be here in person for a Q&A following the screening!The inhabitants of Coatlinchan insist that the removal of the stone has caused droughts.Representations and replicas of the absent stone appear everywhere in Coatlinchan, where it resonates in the memories of the inhabitants.An astute, perceptive, and cinematically inventive film that reveals a great deal both about the artist and his milieu, BASQUIAT is graced with an extraordinary performance from Jeffrey Wright, as well as memorable turns from a truly remarkable lineup of performers, including Gary Oldman, Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Hopper, Courtney Love, Parker Posey, Willem Dafoe, Christopher Walken, and David Bowie, who uncannily channels Andy Warhol.