‘Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey’ – THR Review.

“Most of the movies in the section are narrative features, but one documentary, Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey, stands out as one of the best films showcased in the entire festival…the lovely score by Heather McIntosh never overpowers the action.”

The Hollywood Reporter

Circulatory System – Pitchfork Review.

“It’s a record just as baffling as it is beguiling, a grownass symphony to god, a journey to the center of Hart’s expansive mind. No one’s making music quite like this, not even the people who helped Hart making this very music, so if we’ve got another five years to wait for another Circulatory System album, the spiraling mysteries at the center of Mosaics should be more than enough to hold us.”

Pitchfork

Sneak peek and premiere for “Holbrook/Twain: An American Odyssey” directed by Scott Teems on the horizon.

Los Angeles Film Festival Sneak Peek

Sun, Jun 15th 1:20pm
Regal Cinema L.A. Live- Theater 8

for more information and tickets

http://filmguide.lafilmfest.com/tixSYS/2014/xslguide/eventnote.php?EventNumber=5510

Screenings for AFI DOCS.

Wednesday, June 18, 7:15 pm (OPENING NIGHT PREMIERE!)
Newseum Annenburg Theater

Sunday, June 22 4:15 pm
AFI Silver

for more information and tickets

http://afi.com/afidocs/films/holbrooktwain.aspx#.U5eZM6WLGud

Black Box has it’s first Chicago run at the Siskel film center.

“Writer-director Stephen Cone once again
captures the quietly awkward
moments of floundering young adults.”
–Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune

“A hypnotic and deeply felt movie.”
–Paul Bower, Tiny Mix Tapes

Friday, May 30th at 8:15
Saturday, May 31st at 5:15pm
Saturday, May 31st at 3pm
Sunday, June 1st at 3pm
Monday, June 2nd at 8pm
Tuesday, June 3rd at 6pm
Wednesday, June 4th at 8pm
Thursday, June 5th at 6pm

For more information and tickets, please visit:
http://www.siskelfilmcenter.org/black-box

Two premieres for Heather McIntosh coming soon.

Sam & Amira directed by Sean Mullin is an official selection at the 2014 Seattle International Film Festival!

Screening Times: Sam + Amira
Friday May 30th at 9pm and Saturday May 31st at 1130 AM
SIFF Cinema Uptown
511 Queen Anne Avenue N
Seattle, WA 98109

for more information and tickets:
http://www.siff.net/festival-2014/sam-and-amira

Annika Kurnick’s Gasp will have it’s world premiere at Dances With Films June 2nd at 7:15pm!

TCL Chinese 6 Theatres
6801 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Ca 90028

for more information and tickets:
http://www.danceswithfilms.com/slt_gasp.html

“Catching Up With Heather McIntosh” – Paste Magazine.

“Paste: We’re here with Heather McIntosh, an amazing composer whose work you might have most recently heard in Craig Zobel’s masterpiece Compliance. You’re here with more projects at SXSW this year, correct?


Heather McIntosh: I’m here, actually, with three films. Faults, directed by Riley Stearns, and I’m here with a Midnighter film called Honeymoon, directed by Leigh Janiak, and then I’m also here with a documentary I co-composed with T. Griffin, called Vessel, which is a documentary about ladies on the high seas offering abortions to people where you can’t quite have them. That’s my three.”

Read the full interview here

Listen to new Circulatory System on Pitchfork.

“The Elephant Six outfit Circulatory System, lead by Will Cullen Hart of Olivia Tremor Control, have announced their follow up to 2009′s Signal Morning. It’s a double LP called Mosaics Within Mosaics, and it’s out June 24 via Cloud Recordings.

The album was assembled by Derek Almstead (Faster Circuits) and features overdubs by Jeff Mangum and Jeremy Barnes (Neutral Milk Hotel), John Fernandes (Dream Boat, Jacob Morris, The New Sound of Numbers, Old Smokey), Heather McIntosh (The Instruments), AJ Griffin (Laminated Cat), and Peter Erchick (Pipes You See, Pipes You Don’t). It’s getting a limited edition pressing of vinyl (1,000 copies available), plus a digital and CD release.

Circulatory System will appear at this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival at Chicago’s Union Park on July 19. Grab tickets here. They’re also touring with Neutral Milk Hotel—find their dates below.”

Pitchfork

Heather Has Three World Premieres at SXSW film festival.


Faults
dir. Riley Stearns
Narrative Spotlight

An expert on cults is hired by a mother and father to kidnap and deprogram their brainwashed daughter. He soon begins to suspect the parents may be more destructive than the cult he’s being hired to save her from.
Cast: Leland Orser, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Ellis, Lance Reddick, Jon Gries, Beth Grant (World Premiere)

Sunday March 9 6:45-8:18 pm
stateside theatre
719 congress ave

Monday March 10 2:00- 3:33 pm
SXSatellite: Alamo Slaughter

Wednesday March 12 9:30pm- 11:03 pm
SXSatellite: Alamo Village

Thursday March 13
9:30PM – 11:03PM
Topfer Theatre at ZACH


Honeymoon
dir. Leigh Janiak Midnighter

Young newlyweds find their honeymoon spiraling mysteriously into chaos.
Cast: Rose Leslie, Harry Treadaway, Ben Huber, Hanna Brown (World Premiere)

Friday March 7
11:45PM – 1:12AM
Alamo Ritz 1&2

Tuesday March 11
11:59pm-1:26am
Stateside Theatre
719 Congress Ave

Thursday, March 13
11:59PM – 1:26AM
Alamo Ritz 1


Vessel
dir. Diana Whitten
Documentary Competition
co-composed by T. Griffin

A fearless sea captain, Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, sails a ship through loopholes in international law, providing abortions on the high seas, and leaving in her wake a network of emboldened activists who trust women to handle abortion on their own terms. (World Premiere)

Sunday March 9
11:00AM – 12:28PM
Stateside Theatre
719 Congress Ave

Monday, March 10
4:30PM – 5:58PM
AMC Theater at VCC

Friday March 14
2:00pm – 3:28 pm
Topfer Theatre at ZACH
1510 Toomey Rd

Circulatory System reunion as Neutral Milk Hotel openers.

So happy to open for Neutral Milk Hotel with dear old friends Circulatory System at the Fabulous 40 Watt Club. We played a completely new set, aside from one sweet little chestnut! What a wonderful reunion!

‘Black Box’ Chicago Premiere – November 11th.

Heather McIntosh will be attending the Black Box (dir. Stephen Cone) Chicago Premiere 715 pm on Nov 11th at the Logan Theatre.

Tickets are now on sale for the Reeling Film Festival screening below…

http://reelingfilmfestival.tix.com/Event.aspx?EventCode=607758