Meet some new friends and watch a movie about life, loss and art.
Herman Wallace has spent 40 years imprisoned in solitary confinement in a six-foot-by-nine-foot cell for a crime many believe he never committed. The injustice of solitary confinement and the transformative power of art are explored in Herman’s House, a feature documentary from first-time director Angad Singh Bhalla, that follows the unlikely friendship between Jackie Sumell a New York artist, and Herman Wallace, one of America’s most famous inmates, as they collaborate on an acclaimed art project.
"Conceptually inventive, poetic and original, Herman’s House achieves a great feat in constructing a compelling narrative about a man we never meet and goals that aren’t quite reached… In the end, none can contain this unique and moving story, and we are left with our own imaginations, completely activated by this magnificent film." Ezra Winton, Art Threat
"As powerful as it is heartrending." Serena Whitney, Exclaim
($11 - get your tickets now - the film is expected to sell out soon)
NOTE: if you sign up to come out, you are responsible for getting your ticket ahead of time as the show is expected to sell out before the screening date. If you come out and you don't have prepaid tickets, and you attempt to get tickets at the door - you do so at your own risk! You may get there and find that the show has sold out.