BAMCinemaFest celebrated the 20th anniversary of “Kids” with great fanfare Thursday night. A retrospective screening of the iconic 1995 drama that changed the face of independent cinema was followed by a special reunion that included director Larry Clark, screenwriter Harmony Korine, producer Cary Woods and cast members Chloë Sevigny, Leo Fitzpatrick, and Rosario Dawson.
Moderated by film critic Eric Hynes, the lively post-screening discussion gave the audience an idea of what went on behind-the-scenes of the now iconic street film. Read our recap of the evening here, and watch two excerpts from the discussion below, courtesy of BAM.
Larry Clark and Harmony Korine on the Making of ‘Kids’
The Legacy of Larry Clark’s ‘Kids’ 20 Years Later
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