Anthology Film Archives - Monday February 8th - screening of Jeff Silva's latest work-in-progress

From: Jeff Silva (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Feb 07 2010 - 12:37:01 PST

Dear NYC Frameworkers,
I'll be screening a version of my latest experimental documentary
project at Anthology Film Archives tomorrow night and hope that some
of you can join me and give me some feedback.  I hope to see you
there!  See the details below. - Jeff

Jeff Daniel Silva

Monday, February 8, 7:30 pm
Anthology Film Archives
For the February installment of the Flaherty NYC monthly screening
series, The Flaherty will present a very special work-in-progress
screening of Jeff Daniel Silva's Ivan and Ivana: Variations on

There will be a post-screening discussion with filmmaker Jeff Daniel
Silva, moderated by Sundance Programmer and Independent Documentary
Consultant Basil Tsiokos.

Ivan and Ivana: Variations on Amerika (Work-in-Progress, 2010, 65min, USA)
A documentary film about a charming and ambitious young couple, Ivan
and Ivana, who were forced to flee their war-torn homeland of Kosovo
for asylum in the United States. Over time, Ivan and Ivana's lives
oscillate between prosperity and loss as the film traces their
cultural, economic and emotional tribulations over several years.

Be a part of the creative process! Please come to the screening ready
to give your input and to answer questions from the filmmaker about
the work.

Jeff Daniel Silva is a filmmaker, artist, and curator based in
Somerville, Mass. Silva is currently a professor at the School of the
Museum of Fine Arts, and a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University.
Silva also co-founded and co-curates the Balagan Experimental Film
Series ( His most recently completed work, Balkan
Rhapsodies, had its U.S. premiere at the Museum of Modern Art' s
Documentary Fortnight series and has gained recognition at festivals
throughout Europe and Latin America.

General admission tickets to the Flaherty NYC series at the Anthology
Film Archives are $9. Tickets are $7 for students with valid I.D., and
$6 for Anthology members with membership card.

Tickets can be purchased at the Anthology box office the day of the
show. For more information, call the Flaherty at 212-448-0457.
Anthology Film Archives is located in the old Second Avenue Courthouse
building in the East Village at 32 Second Ave. at the corner of 2nd
Contact Information
The Flaherty/International Film Seminars
email: email suppressed
phone: 212-448-0458

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