Year: 2012

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s My Brooklyn will be having a theatrical run

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s My Brooklyn will be having a week-long theatrical run! My Brooklyn was chosen by the Independent Filmmaker Project to be at Rerun Theater in Dumbo Jan. 4-10 and Jan. 25 – Feb. 3. The film will be playing every night, twice, and some days too. Allison and Kelly are organizing a great lineup of panels and discussion, including a showing of never-before-seen images of Downtown Brooklyn in the 1980s by Jamel Shabazz, discussions with neighborhood organizations about how we shape the future of our neighborhoods, presentations on the history of urban design at Fulton Mall, and much more.
For those of you wondering how the screenings at This Human World Film Festival in Vienna went a few weeks ago, Kelly wrote a short blog post on My Brooklyn’s website that gives a little taste. The film ranked 5th out of 80 films for the audience award!

Come to iArt Fall 2012!

Tuesday, December 18, 2012
5-7PM @ Black Box Gallery, North Building Rm 543

On Tuesday December 18th students of the Fall 2012 Interactive Media Production course will exhibit their projects in an interactive art show at Hunter College.

Artists will utilize technology and sensors to create fully immersive digital art installations that explore ideas such as meme art, action painting, body policing and human interaction. Visitors are strongly encouraged to interact with the artwork, the artists and one another, and become part of the show itself. Light refreshments will be served.

This show is free and open to the public.

Prof. Shanti Thakur’s films screen this weekend at the Philip K Dick Film Festival

Shanti Thakur’s films Red Tulips, A Story About Forgetting and Sky People, will screen at the Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival at IndieScreen in Williamsburg. The festival was listed in Time Out New York’s Critic’s Picks for the five best events this week.

Red Tulips will screen Friday, December 7th at 10:00pm.
Sky People will screen Saturday, December 8th at 1:35pm.
IndieScreen is at 289 Kent Street and South 2nd Street.

Please see for further information.