In Rahul Jain's debut film, the camera patrols the labyrinthine passages of an enormous textile factory in Gujarat, India, fixated on the pulsing machines that make art from fabric-and the ostensibly mechanized humans who run them. Interviews with workers in the midst of onerous 12-hour shifts give the film a political edge, but its the unsettling beauty of this industrial underworld and the colorful textiles created there that will remain with viewers. There will be Q&A with Director following.

Museum of Modern Art                            11 West 53rd St.