From: m. nikiforova (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 09 2010 - 18:43:27 PST
PAUL TURANO and MATT McWILLIAMS at LORING-GREENOUGH FILM!
MARCH 16th, 2010 (TUESDAY)
For our seventh screening we are happy to present the films of
Roslindale-based filmmaker Paul Turano and his former student at Emerson,
Matt McWilliams. Join us for drinks and snacks around 7 pm; screening
begins at 7:30. If you can, please support our venue with a $4 donation.
Paul Turano has independently produced numerous award-wining experimental
films and videos over the last 15+ years. His work has been exhibited
nationally and abroad at museums, micro-cinemas, alternative venues,
colleges and universities and has been shown at festivals throughout
North America including the Black Maria, Athens International, Hartford
International, FLEX FEST Florida Experimental, and the New England Film
and Video festivals. His recent digital video "I Covered My Eyes"
screened this past summer at the Globians World and Culture Documentary
Film Festival in Berlin, Germany and in Australia at the Sydney
Underground Film Festival. Based in Boston, his films have been shown at
the Harvard Film Archive, the Coolidge Corner Theater, the Embassy
Theater, and the Museum of Fine Arts. He is the recipient of a Media
Fellowship from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and a Moving Image
Fund Grant from the LEF Foundation and has been an Artist-in-Residence at
Emerson College since the fall of 2007. www.paulturano.com
Matt McWilliams is a graduate of Emerson College who is currently making
and screening films here in Jamaica Plain and around New England.
M A T T M c W I L L I A M S
Sons and Cattle, 16mm, color, sound, 12 min, 2009
Sketches for Sons and Cattle, super8, color, silent, 5 min
Untitled (co-created with Eileen Richardson), 16mm, b&w, silent, 3 min
Counter, 16mm, b&w, silent, 3 min
Harboring, 16mm, b&w, silent, 3 min
Making Space, 16mm, color, 3 min
P A U L T U R A N O
Porch Film: 76 Day St. Apt. #2, 16mm, color, sound, 18 min, 2004
Windows onto Montebello Road, 16mm, color, sound, 21 min, 2009
For more info and stills, check http://lghfilm.blogspot.com.
Contact Mariya and Stefan at (address suppressed)
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.