New Yorker Highlights Matt Porterfield’s HAMILTON

From The New Yorker online:

“On Saturday night at 8, at UnionDocs, in Brooklyn, Matthew Porterfield’s remarkable first feature, hamilton.jpgHamilton,” will have a rare screening, after which I’ll moderate a discussion with the director, who will also present something from his work-in-progress, “Metal Gods.” I saw “Hamilton” when it premiered at Anthology Film Archives, in 2006; I thought then, and think now, that it’s one of the finest American independent films ever made. It’s not available on DVD, and, in any case, its exquisitely thought-out compositions are best savored on the big screen.”   — Richard Brody

HAMILTON was selected and screened in the 2006 Maryland Film Festival.

1 Response to “New Yorker Highlights Matt Porterfield’s HAMILTON”

  1. 1 motleymag May 8, 2009 at 7:32 am

    Looking forward to seeing Metal Gods

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