Posts Tagged 'film'

Prof. Gitlin’s film “That Which Is Possible” at the ReelAbilities Film Festival

March 8 2016No Commented

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Prof. Gitlin’s film, That Which Is Possible, is playing as part of the ReelAbilities Film Festival this weekend.

“Musical, bracing, and tender, That Which Is Possible is a portrait of a community of artists making work at the Living Museum, an art-space on the grounds of a large state-run psychiatric hospital in Queens, New York.”

 

Dates and times:

Saturday, March 12 – 2:00 p.m.
The Museum of the Moving Image, Queens
Admission: $12; includes all exhibits at the museum.

IMA alum Kalim Armstrong’s work featured in The New Yorker

February 22 2016No Commented

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kallimArnstrongPostIMA alum Kalim Armstrong‘s documentary film, “Telling The Story Of Slavery”, has been featured in The New Yorker.

“This is a film about a place that attempts to tackle the legacy of slavery: The Whitney Plantation.”

View his featured work at newyorker.com

 
 
 

IMA alumna Annie Berman’s thesis project at MoMA

February 3 2016No Commented

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IMA alumna Annie Berman’s thesis project, UTOPIA 1.0: Post-Neo-Futurist-Capitalism in 3D! – New York City premiere during the Doc Fortnight 2016 Film Series at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA).

The Roy and Niuta Titus Theaters – MoMA
Feb 20th at 2:30PM
Feb 21st at 5:30PM

IMA alumna Annie Berman’s film in The Journal of Short Film

December 14 2015No Commented

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IMA alumna Annie Berman’s film, Street Views, will be included in the latest volume of The Journal of Short Film.

Street Views, a virtual film by Annie Berman and set in New York City’s famed West Village, but ‘shot’ within Google’s mapping application, explores how virtual mapping alters our experience of space and identity. With humor and a light touch, Berman attempts to navigate a surreal, disoriented new landscape.