Re: exp work on disasters?

From: Michael Sheridan (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 18 2008 - 07:47:39 PDT

Dear Dara,

I am an experimental and documentary filmmaker currently in Indonesia as a
Senior Fulbright Scholar. I have just finished a piece on the disastrous
deforestation of Indonesia called "Instant Noodles." It is currently
showing at the Mills Gallery in Boston. You can read about and see excerpts
of the piece here:

You are welcome to show it in your class if it is of interest.

Thanks and best wishes, Michael

Michael Sheridan
Documentary Films and Videosonic Art

Senior Fulbright Scholar, Indonesia
Bandung Institute of Technology

Home address:
Jl. Budisari VI, No. 13 Atas
Bandung, 40143, Indonesia

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On 1/11/08 12:34 AM, "Dara G" <email suppressed> wrote:

> Hi again,
> THanks to all who responded to my last inquiry.
> I am teaching a class about film/video and the representation of
> disasters (specifically nuclear and environmental)
> I have lots of docs and hollywood features but feel that there must
> be more experimental work out there dealing with these themes.
> If anyone can recommend anything that would be great!
> Thanks
> Best, Dara
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