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Robert L. Pepper Short Film Night at Tarot Society

  • Tarot Society Gallery 4 Charles Place Brooklyn, NY, 11221 United States (map)

In Conjunction with Robert L. Pepper's "The Naga Tarot" painting exhibition, we will be screening his short films on Tuesday, January 12th at 8pm. $7 Dollar Donation

Naga Tarot Event Here: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/443584675847888/

Robert L. Pepper, is a multimedia artist, residing in Brooklyn, New York. Robert plays in several music projects (Pas Musique, The Jazzfakers, and Limax Maximus) and has performed in over 14 countries. Robert is also the co-founder of the Alrealon Musique label. His paintings have been displayed in Germany, Chile, and the United States. Additionally he wrote a short novel titled 'The Man With the Bleeding Eyes'. 


FILM 1) 

'Venomous' 

A study in movement and sound.
Starring : 
Đào Anh Khánh, Đoàn Minh Hoàn, and Brett Zweiman

Directed, Edited, and Filmed by : 
Robert L. Pepper of Pas Musique

Music by:
David Tamura, Jon V. Worthley, Amber Brien, and Robert L. Pepper

Filmed on location in Hanoi, Vietnam
February 2013 at
Đào Anh Khánh's Studio

For more information: 
http://www.pasmusique.net/
All Rights Reserved 2013

FILM 2) 

'The Soul Catcher'

a film by Robert L. Pepper
www.pasmusique.net/the-soul-catcher-film.html
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3997174/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Screened at the Maya Deren Theater (Anthology Film Archives) August 25th, 2015 as well at the Boddinale FIlm Festival, Berlin, Germany February 14th, 2015

Synopsis: 

Robert, a frustrated writer, haphazardly gets his inspiration from a mysterious man named Carey. Robert peers into Carey's reality where Carey tries to create an alternate reality by capturing peoples souls and imprisons them in his world.

Starring:

Robert Pascale, Carey Burtt, Katherine Etzel, Michael Durek, Anne Percoco, Leslie Wacker, Jessica R. Pepper, Jon Worthley, Jim Tuite, Amber Brien, Renee Maskin, and Bella.

Running Time: 32.04 minutes

Assistant Editors: Carey Burtt, Robert Pascale, and Jim Tuite
Music by JOHN 3:16 (Philippe Gerber), Ned Jackson, and Pas Musique.

Filmed on the Canon 7D.

Earlier Event: January 11
Closed for private meeting