Tav Falco is a self-propelled man of constant motion. A musician, writer and filmmaker, the Arkansas native started his life of art and discovery as the assistant to acclaimed photographer William Eggleston and then went on to found transgressive rock and roll bands with the likes of Alex Chilton. For over 30 years, Falco has toured the world as a free-wheelin' entertainer and art provocateur who, at the age of 72, shows no signs of letting up. In the short documentary "Tav Falco: Make Me Know You're Mine," filmmakers JP Olsen and Kristen Nutile follow Falco as he kicks off his 2015 North American tour, supported by punk rock icon Mike Watt on bass and Iggy Pop's drummer, Toby Dammit.

SCREENING: Crowley Theater - SUN 7/17 - 5:30 PM


JP Olsen + Kristen Nutile
JP Olsen is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker, writer and composer. He is the co-author of The Narcotic Farm, a book and PBS documentary that he wrote, produced and co-directed. His other documentary work has appeared on PBS’ Independent Lens, The New York Times, and VICE, among others. During the day he is a production executive at HBO and an adjunct professor at Columbia University.

Kristen Nutile is a documentary filmmaker and editor whose work has screened at festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca and Locarno and at MOMA and The National Gallery of Art. Her film Sally Gross: The Pleasure of Stillness – a collaboration with Albert Maysles – aired on PBS and screened at Film Forum as part of a Maysles retrospective earlier this year.


Directors: JP Olsen + Kristen Nutile
Cinematography : Ronan Killeen
Sound : Abe Dolinger