Re: Joris Ivens

From: Adam Hyman (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Nov 23 2008 - 16:20:25 PST

I¹ll check with the programmers there. I saw ³A Tale of the Wind² at the
AFI Fest in I believe 1993, and that is what turned me on to Ivens, along
with ³Rain² and ³Bridge² in a doc class from Michael Renov the following
year (I think). Ivens died in 1989. The retro must have been back in the
80s, over 20 years ago. That would have been nice to see.

On 11/23/08 3:48 PM, "Jim Carlile" <email suppressed> wrote:

> In a message dated 11/23/2008 10:56:09 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> email suppressed writes:
>> I wanted to see about having screenings and such
>>> > in Los Angeles. But when I wrote the programmers at MOMA, they knew
>>> > nothing
> Almost exactly 20 years ago, UCLA had a really big Ivens retrospective. I
> believe he was in attendance, too, so it has been done in L.A. Contact the
> UCLA archive-- I've hard they have a big Ivens collection.
> There was something else special about that UCLA event, I can't recall right
> now-- some kind of preview or showing of excerpts, something like that, Soviet
> footage, whatever. I'm sure someone on campus would remember-- there was lots
> of literature about it at the time floating around. I clearly remember that
> Ivens was there.
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