I’m hitting the road with the Kronos Quartet, doing screenings all over of our new live cinema piece “A Thousand Thoughts”! We’ll be doing shows in Nashville, Austin, Detroit and, finally, New York City! Get info here
Posts By: Chloe Zimmerman
I’m honored to be included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial. This is the second time for me. I was in the 2004 Whitney Biennial as well. It’s a big honor.
I’ve made a new short live cinema piece for Pop-Up Magazine, and we will be doing shows in the next few weeks in LA, SF, NYC and DC. Pop-Up is a “live magazine” – i.e. a bunch of different writers, filmmakers, artists, etc doing short presentations. My piece is about Casa Sanchez, a little burrito… Read more »
Heartbroken to hear about the death of Bill Siegel. Bill and I were old friends and collaborators – we made “The Weather Underground” and traveled many miles together. Bill was a lover of life and people and the world and probably got more pleasure from being alive than anyone I’ve ever known. Bill made a… Read more »
Here’s an interview Kronos and I did at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival recently. I was happy because normally it’s just David Harrington and I who do press. This interview involved all five of us, and it was great to hear John, Hank, and Sunny’s thoughts.
We had a great show of A Thousand Thoughts the other night at the ACE Hotel Theater in Los Angeles! One of the best so far. First of all, that venue!! The theater was built in 1927 by Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks as the flagship location of their United Artists studio. It… Read more »
My short film, Julius Caesar Was Buried in a Pet Cemetery is a Vimeo Staff Pick! The Atlantic also featured the film with a little article about how it all came together. Check it out here.
I’m honored to be the recipient of a 2018 Sundance Art of Nonfiction Fellowship! The Sundance Documentary Fund is a great force in the doc field and it’s a thrill to be involved with them in this way. It’s also a plus that I’m a big fan of all of the other fellows’ work: Natalia… Read more »
I filmed an interview with Kane Tanaka, the oldest person in the world, in Fukuoka, Japan the other day. She’s 115 years old and credits her long life to family, sleep, not thinking too hard about things, and playing Othello. It was a great inspiration to meet her. The interview is for the ongoing documentary… Read more »
Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming shows of A Thousand Thoughts in Los Angeles (Dec. 7) and New York (April 25)!!! Please get your tix early; both shows are likely to sell out, and we don’t want you standing outside the venue, feeling like a shmoe.