Tag: Anthology Film Archives

IMA student Jason Fox interview and Eat! NYC film series

Jason Fox was interviewed on PBS POV. Read the interview here: Flaherty NYC’s Winter/Spring 2014 Series Explores the Culture of Consumption.

Jason Fox organized a six-program series of films and videos for Flaherty NYC to run at the Anthology Film Archives. The program idea emerged from his research project in a Visual Culture Seminar and a Psychogeography course Jason Fox attended last year. The opening night, Friends With Benefits featured three films, Three Cheers For the Whale, Hamburger Dairies and The Natural History of the Chicken which in different ways addresses human interactions with animals.

The series runs every Monday beginning from January 20th to March 31st at 7PM. For more details see EAT!: A 60th Anniversary Feast.

Želimir Žilnik Screening and Workshop

On Monday October 28th from 6:30-9:00PM, Želmir Žilnik will host a free screening and workshop. It will be open to IMA students in Hunter North 502 (space is limited).

Since 1997 Žilnik has taught workshops for film students around the world. His unusual working style often uses a combination of making a documentary as research and using the results to create his own version of ‘docu-drama’.

To see his full filmography

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