Posts Tagged 'Michael Gitlin'

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.

Congrats to IMA students Tom Gubernat and Kaija Siirala

February 16 2016No Commented

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Congrats to IMA students Tom Gubernat and Kaija Siirala as their short film documentary Boys and Girls made it into the 2016 True/False Film Festival!

Boys and Girls was a project done during Prof. Michael Gitlin’s class Microcultural Incidents. It was directed and shot by Tom Gubernat and sound production by Kaija Siirala.

Symposium “The Third Work: Sound/Image/Interaction”

October 21 2015No Commented

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loudspeakerThe Third Work: Sound/Image/Interaction
November 13 and 14
Hunter College North Building, 4th Floor



Prof. Gitlin’s screening “That Which is Possible”

October 19 2015No Commented

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Tuesday, Oct. 20
Come join us at 5pm for food and beverages, followed by screening at 7pm
Hunter’s Lang Auditorium
4th floor North Building