ABOUT THE SOUNDTRACK
Features original songs by Rufus Wainwright “Secret Sister” and Sharon Van Etten “Conjunction” coupled with a stunning score infused with electronic elements, strings, and warm synths by Ariel Marx,
ABOUT THE FILM
In 1960s Los Angeles, The Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary fought for equality, their livelihoods and their own freedom against an all-powerful Cardinal who sought to keep them in their place. Their bold acts of faith, defiance and activism turned the church upside down, helping to reshape our society in ways that continue to resonate today.
ABOUT RUFUS WAINWRIGHT
Praised by the New York Times for his “genuine originality,” Rufus Wainwright has established himself as one of the great male vocalists, songwriters, and composers of his generation. The New York-born, Montreal-raised singer-songwriter has released seven studio albums to date, three DVDs, and three live albums including the Grammy-nominated Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall
ABOUT SHARON VAN ETTEN
Sharon Van Etten is an American singer-songwriter & actress based in Los Angeles, California. Van Etten’s music is characterized by heavy use of harmonies. Pitchfork described her songs as having “echoes of folk tradition”. NPR Music Asserts: “Her songs are heartfelt without being overly earnest; her poetry is plain spoken but not overt, and her elegant voice is wrapped in enough rasped and sorrow to keep from sound too pure or confident.
ABOUT ARIEL MARX
An eclectic composer and multi-instrumentalist, Ariel Marx draws from many genres and often combines orchestral and rare instruments with electronics to create unique worlds of sound. Her scores have premiered in films at Sundance, TIFF, SXSW, Tribeca, Woodstock, Criterion Channel, as well as Amazon, Netflix, Quibi, and HBO, and is a Sundance Film Music and Sound Design Lab fellow.