NCMA Film Club: Flower Punk
If you enjoy watching and talking about films, join us for a virtual meeting of the NCMA Film Club! This month’s selection, inspired by Art in Bloom, is the short documentary Flower Punk.
Our special guests for the discussion will be Art in Bloom floral designers Onay Cruz Gutierrez, Carol Dowd, and Joseph Barnes.
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Flower Punk (2019). Directed by Alison Klayman. 28 min. NR
Japanese botanical artist and former punk musician Azuma Makoto creates breathtaking floral sculptures that have been sent into space and into the depths of the ocean. This intimate portrait explores his work, creative process, and his musings on the ephemeral nature of flowers.
How it works
Details on how to watch the film will be included in the registration confirmation email along with the Zoom link to join the discussion. You will also be sent a reminder email with the Zoom meeting info one hour before.
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Film distributed by The New Yorker; image courtesy of Alison Klayman