‘The Public Record’: A Virtual Speed Cinema Presentation

How will historical records capture 2020? “The Public Record” could be the real-time log of history from regular people living through this pandemic and a generational social and racial justice movement. The filmmakers invited 60 Louisville residents to use smartphones to record their daily lives, which were weaved together to tell the intimate story of the city and a country. Following the documentary is a discussion with Director Ben Freedman, Executive Producer Stephen Kertis, Editor Tobias Van Kleek and documentary participants Mariel Gardner and Keith McGill. Rent the film on Vimeo to stream for a 24-hour period any time though Aug. 30. 

Through Aug. 30

Online
Any time | $5 nonmembers, $3 members
speedmuseum.org/cinema