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Symposium: SERIES SEA HERE

Symposium: SERIES SEA HERE

Jan 21, 2014

This semester's FILM 5010: Symposium will be held at the Athena on Sunday Nights at 7 PM. All are welcome.

The symposium will take the  form of public screenings called SERIES SEA HERE. Other than the obvious puns about the main engaged by the cinema, the title refers to the films in the series that will bring various seas here, to landlocked Athens (THE FORGOTTEN SPACE, AT SEA, and SHIP OF THESUS).  Two visiting artists will come to see us here, Jennifer Reeder and Sarah Kanouse. In addition there will be 2 films on Chile one the Sunday before spring break (March 2) (A film so new it hasn't been titled at the time of this writing) and one the Sunday after (March 23).  Dr. Louis-Georges Schwarz will introduce the films briefly and discuss the film with those registered for the symposium and anyone else who wants to stay.


Itinerary:
Jan 26 The Forgotten Space (Sekula & Burch, 20010)

Feb 9 Flaherty Documentary Seminar On The Road
Farther than the Eye Can See ( Alsharif, 2012)
Printed Matter (Foighel Brutmann & Efrat 2011)
Bete & Deise (Oldenborgh, 2012)

Feb 16th Sarah Kanouse Live presenting Around Crab Orchard (2013)

 Feb 23  At Sea (Hutton, 2007)

March 2 Untitled Film On Chile  (Goycoolea, 2014)

March 23 Nostalgia For The Light (Guzmán, 2010)

March 30 Ship Of Theseus (Gandhi, 2010)

April 6  Jennifer Reader Live presenting I will Rise If Only To Hold You Down and other works.

All films on the second floor of the Athena, Admission Free to all.

 
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