PAVILION: a film by Tim Sutton

synopsis

Max leaves his lakeside town to live with his father on the fringe of suburban Arizona. Both fever dream and quiet trip, PAVILION creates a deep and ethereal world, showing us an innocent way of life coming apart at the seams, constructing an indelible image of the enigma of youth. One of ten films selected for IFP's 2011 Narrative Lab, PAVILION was also selected by the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 2011 Emerging Visions Workshop.

Pavilion runs 70 minutes, with cinematography by Chris Dapkins (Tribeca FF '11 for Swell Season), edited by Emmy Award winner Seth Bomse, with an original score by Sam Prekop of the Sea and Cake, and digital design by Version Industries.

We feel great about this film and believe it stands on original, meaningful ground.

screenings

Sept. 20th 7:30pm - Late. The High Line, NYC.

trailer

screenings

SXSW Screening Dates

Friday, March 9 10:15PM -11:25PM Stateside Theatre
Saturday, March 10 9:30PM -10:40PM Violet Crown 1
Monday, March 12 3:45PM - 4:55PM Alamo Ritz 2
Wednesday, March 14 2:00PM - 3:10PM Stateside Theatre

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