From: Jeremy Rossen (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Sep 01 2007 - 09:40:39 PDT
I forgot to list this in the weekly screening section, so I thought I could send it out here. Sorry. Here it is!
Hello Cinema Project Friends,
It is that time of year again and Cinema Project is once again ready to kick out the jams! Our Fall 2007 Calendar is out and should be making its way around town. Our opening program begins this Saturday September 1st with another one-night only outdoor screening at Artemesia Plant Nursery, with music at 7:30pm and films starting around 8:15pm. Full details are below and at www. cinemaproject.org.
Our website will be updated this weekend to include the rest of our Fall season.
Hope to see everyone on Saturday!
Autumn Campbell & Jeremy Rossen
The Stars Are Beautiful -- Outdoor Film Screening
1 September 2007
Music at 7:30 pm | Films at 8:15 pm
Live music by Presents! + Kelvin Tippan
Artemisia Garden & Gallery
110 SE 28th Avenue [28th / SE Ankeny]
$6 | 503 232 8269
Underwritten by New American Art Union
Cinema Project continues our outdoor film screening series with another one-night only event at Artemesia Plant Nursery, underneath the Portland stars. Bridges-Go-Round by noted photographer/filmmaker Shirley Clarke is a rhythmic examination of the bridges of Manhatten, while Glimpse of the Garden by Marie Menken is an exploration of a flower garden with extreme magnification and flashing color harmonies. BOUQUETS 21-30 by Rose Lowder is a part of the ecological BOUQUETS series, consisting of one-minute films composed in the camera by weaving the characteristics of different environments with the activities there at the time. Lions and Tigers and Bears by Rebecca Meyers focuses on the urban wildlife, both real and simulated, with which we share our cities. There's A Pervert In Our Pool! by Martha Colburn contains lots of nasty and funny events that take place in a pool of perverts who include Edgar G. Hoover, dogs, penguins, giraffes in bondage and more. Finally we conclud!
e the night with Stan Brakhage’s amazing sound film, The Stars Are Beautiful.
Bridges Go-Round by Shirley Clarke [1958, 16mm, color, sound, 4 min.]
Glimpse of the Garden by Marie Menken [1957, 16mm, color, sound 5 min.]
BOUQUETS 21-30 by Rose Lowder [2001-2005, 16mm color, silent, 14 min.]
Lions and Tigers and Bears by Rebecca Meyers [2005, 16mm, 12 min, color,
There's A Pervert In Our Pool! by Martha Colburn [1998, 16mm, color,
sound, 3 min.]
The Stars Are Beautiful by Stan Brakhage. [1974, 16mm, color, sound, 19min.]
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