jan 19th in Boston: Kathryn Ramey + Jonathan Schwartz

From: m. nikiforova (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Jan 11 2010 - 20:10:00 PST

Tuesday Club presents the fifth monthly screening at the Loring-
Greenough House!

***January 19th, 2010 ***

Doors open at 7pm, screening begins at 7:30. Admission is $4.


Jonathan Schwartz
Nothing Is Over Nothing, 16mm, 17mins

Kathryn Ramey
The Passenger, 16mm, 17mins
Yanqui WALKER and the OPTICAL REVOLUTION, 16mm, 33mins

Kathryn Ramey's films are inspired by the avant-garde filmmaking
tradition, ethnographic research, celluloid manipulation and personal
inquiry, resulting in a unique and acclaimed body of work. Kathryn
teaches film, animation and film history at Emerson College in Boston.

Jonathan Schwartz is a filmmaker and sound designer who currently
teaches film studies at Keene State College in Keene, NH. His
travelogue film Nothing Is Over Nothing has screened at numerous
festivals, including Views from the Avant-Garde (NY), TIE, ICE (Iowa
City), EXiS (Seoul)...


Loring-Greenough House
12 South Street
Jamaica Plain

By bus -- take #39 to the Monument stop (after Burroughs St stop).
By T -- get off at the Green Street stop on the Orange Line, turn away
from the tracks and walk down Green Street for a few blocks. Take a
left onto Centre St. As soon as it turns into South Street, you've
By bike/car -- from Mass Ave, take a right onto Huntington, a left onto
South Huntington, and follow as it turns into Centre St and, then, South

For updates on future events, visit http://lghfilm.blogspot.com.
For info about our venue, go to http://www.loring-greenough.org.
Questions -- Mariya (email suppressed) and Stefan
(email suppressed).

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.