- Paolo Campana
The visceral experience of playing a record and listening to the needle bumps along the grooves and scratches is not lost. With a global resurgence of the interest in analog, Paolo Campana’s film—subtitled When Life Runs at 33 Revolutions per Minute—follows the most diehard of vinylmaniacs to try and discover just what it is about records that draws us in, and continues to fascinate us. In English/French/Italian/Japanese/Czech, with English subtitles.
Cosponsored with Angry Mom Records in downtown Ithaca; Science & Technology Studies