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Prof. Michael Gitlin’s project in NY Film Festival

Saturday evening, October 2nd at
8:15 at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, in Views from the Avant
Garde, the experimental section of the New York Film Festival.

Dust Studies, HDcam, 2010, 9 minutes

A domestic portrait rendered at miniature scale, Dust Studies brushes along the
edge of what can be seen. Staying close to the ground to collect what gathers
there, the film looks deeply for everyday things and finds them drifting in the
pleasant, meandering headwaters of a young child’s language.

Film & Media Guild presents “Helvetica”

5:30PM – Film & Media Guild Meeting
6:00PM – Screening “Helvetica”
HN436 TV Studio

“Helvetica” (2007): A documentary about typography, graphic design and global
visual culture, that looks at the proliferation of one typeface as part of a
larger conversation about the way type affects our lives.
Directed by Gary Hustwit

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Prof. Kelly Anderson’s film “Never Enough” screening

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s film Never Enough, about “collecting, clutter and people’s relationships with their things,” will be showing in New York on Monday, Oct. 11. It will be presented as part of the City’s Reliquary’s fabulous event “Collectors’ Night,” where people bring and display original collections and anybody can bring a collection in a jar to share.

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Date & Time: Monday, Oct. 11th 6pm (program starts at 7)
Place: Knitting Factory, Williamsburg (Brooklyn)

more info and tickets at: