From: Ryan Marino (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Apr 10 2010 - 17:03:21 PDT
I'm posting this for the people over at UnionDocs:
Archeology of the Image: Retrospective of Experimental Cinema in UruguayAt
UNIONDOCS in Williamsburg, Brooklyn // 322 Union Avenue //
www.uniondocs.orgfor Tickets and More Info
- Sunday, April 11 at 7:30 pm, $7 Suggested Donation
- Angela Lòpez Ruiz on hand for a discussion along with Bill Brand and
Mark Street following the screening.
Uruguayan visual artist, film historian, and curator Angela Lòpez
Ruiz presents “*Archeology of the Image”*, a review of the history of
Uruguayan cinema between the 20s and the 70s. Ruiz’s research makes
connections between cinema and other artistic disciplines during the modern
age, and how these “blank pages” have had their effect on contemporary
thinking. The evenings program will be divided into two parts showcasing
Uruguayan experimental cinema; the first looking at historical films and the
second contemporary pieces. Following this will be a panel discussion with
Lòpez Ruiz, Bill Brand, and Mark Street.
Lòpez Ruiz will also present the 1958 short *Color *by Lidia García
Millán as part of the Orphan Film
closing program on Saturday evening, April 10: Around the World Time Travel
Diary (1897 – 2010).
This program is presented with CINEMA TROPICAL<http://www.cinematropical.com/>
*Rare 16mm HAMILTON screenings at BAM Monday Evening*
Matt Porterfield's underseen first feature, HAMILTON, will screen at BAM on
Monday. Matt will be present with Richard Brody following the 6:15pm show.
Part of the *BAMcinématek <http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=40>*
Mon, Apr 12 at 6:50*, 9:15pm
*Q&A with director Matthew Porterfield and *New Yorker* film writer Richard
Directed by Matthew Porterfield
With Christopher H. Myers, Stephanie Vizzi
*"One of the most original, moving, and accomplished American independent
films in recent years."* —*The New Yorker*
A delicate, beautiful work, *Hamilton* chronicles two summer days in the
life of a young family: Lena, 17, and Joe, 20, two recent and accidental
parents residing in a diverse suburban neighborhood in northeast Baltimore.
MORE INFORMATION ON EITHER SHOW - Steve Holmgren - email suppressed
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