The directorial work of South Florida native Carlos Charlie Perez was first brought to our attention last year. Since then, we've been pleased to highlight his work on music videos for locals Guy Harvey, as well as Noah Wall, Glasser, and Janka Nabay. And here's a feature on him we did last year.
Another project in a slightly different vein is Billy the Kids, his collaboration with Opening Ceremony, a high-end clothier, which features music by the Black Lips and Delicate Steve. Anyhow, an opportunity to witness its quirky splendor on the big screen is here as part of the Optic Nerve Festival XIII hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami.
"The audience will be voting for the best
film to be purchased by the museum (cough cough)," Perez says. "Hope to see you guys
More information about the other directors participating in the event is here.
Billy the Kids will show at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Saturday, August 27 at Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 NE 125th Street, North Miami. Click here to RSVP.
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