• Magic Lantern Cinemas (map)
  • 100 Second St
  • Ketchum
  • (208) 726-4274

$10 / $12 nonmembers

Celebrated artist, composer, inventor, musician and film director, Laurie Anderson created a home movie, of sorts, to reflect on the deaths of her husband Lou Reed, her mother, and her beloved dog. The film is a meditation on loss and love that is light and heavy, straightforward and experimental. Anderson’s narration touches on subjects such as family memories, surveillance, how dogs see color and Tibetan Buddhist teachings. As a part of the BIG IDEA project, Contemplative Practice. (75 minutes)