That Which is Possible
That Which Is Possible documents a community of painters, sculptors, musicians and writers making work at the Living Museum, an art-space on the grounds of a large state-run psychiatric facility in Queens, New York. Shot over the course of two years and structured across the arc of a day, the film observes with an intimate lens and unspools like a musical, both bracing and tender. That Which Is Possible explores the liberatory and reparative functions that creative action has for a group of artists drawn together by shared struggle.
Michael Gitlin makes work about the intricate conceptual and ideological structures that we use to organize our ways of knowing the world. His film and video projects have been screened at numerous venues, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the New York Film Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, the Full Frame Documentary Festival, the London Film Festival and the Whitney Biennial Exhibition. Gitlin received an M.F.A. from Bard College and teaches at Hunter College in New York City. He splits his time between Tivoli and Brooklyn, NY .
FREE Range Films is a monthly screening series of Hudson Valley based films and videos curated by Jacqueline Goss paired with desserts featuring locally grown foods prepared by private chef Giovanni Iacono from Farm Table.
Jacqueline Goss is a filmmaker who lives in Tivoli. Her most recent project is “Hart’s Location,” a short film about the New Hampshire presidential primary. She teaches in the Film and Electronic Arts program at Bard College.
Giovanni Iacono is the in house Private Chef at Instar Lodge. Iacono, a native of Sicily, Italy, launched Farm Table in 2012. Farm Table is a private chef drop-off meal business that supports local Hudson Valley farms while providing gourmet, prepared meals that families can enjoy together. http://www.farmtableny.com/
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