$15 for members, $20 for non-members
There's been one other Alloy Orchestra event at the Belcourt (that I know about), and a friend told me it was one fo the best things she ever saw at the Belcourt. Get tickets early if you can because I could see this selling out.
From the Belcourt site: Often cited as Alloy's best score, MOVIE CAMERA was written by Alloy in 1995 and toured extensively. Because of print access problems the film was dropped from our touring repertoire more than a decade ago. The score was written by Alloy with the assistance of film Vertov's own composer notes and with the help of film scholars, Yuri Tsavian and Paolo Cherchi Usai. Dziga Vertov's ground breaking documentary about Soviet Life is also treatise on filmmaking. Amazingly filmed, and astonishingly edited, it remains fresh and exciting today. Nevertheless it was banned in the Soviet Union. MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA has since become one of the most celebrated and influential films of all time.
I'm not planning on scheduling a meeting place before the movie because I have another meetup in Franklin before this, but if there is an interest in meeting beforehand, post it in the comments, and we'll see if we can't make something happen.