Deconstructing Dad
Goethe-Institut Wyoming Building (5 E. 3rd St., Manhattan)

A singular figure in the origins of electronic music starting in the 1950s, Raymond Scott developed prescient music-making machines, using them in work from TV ad jingles to the three-album set “Soothing Sounds for Baby”. He also sired Stan Warnow, who made this documentary about searching for his father in the midst of old archival sounds and codes. Director Warnow will be present for Q&A.