Chloë Sevigny has lead a colorful career of cult titles and powerful performances. From her acting debut in Kids to her Oscar-nominated role in Boys Don’t Cry and her recent foray into directing, she’s established herself as an indie sweetheart.
She’s the latest subject of Nitehawk Cinema’s mini-retrospective, The Works. The series pays tribute to cinematic influencers, featuring a series of their films. Past honorees include Bill Murray, Karen Black, and Kurt Russell.
The Works: Chloë Sevigny kicks off with screenings of Sevigny’s directed shorts, Kitty and Carmen, as well as her supporting role in Boys Don’t Cry. She’ll be in attendance for a special evening of conversation, hosted by W Magazine senior features editor, Karin Nelson. The curated series will feature 11 of Sevigny’s films throughout April.
For tickets and more information, check out Nitehawk Cinema. Watch the trailer below: