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02.06.10
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I was able to attend two films as part of the New York City Dance on Camera Festival last week at the Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center. Two nights, two documentaries on contemporary dance, two very different, yet equally
10.01.09
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by Troy
For those of you who have strict rules on what it means to be an artist, you may not like the following list very much. Click HERE to be re-directed. But if you are like me and are of the
10.05.09
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The unexpectedly freezing weather kept me from going out as much as I'd like to this week (I'm new to the East Coast, and unprepared for real seasons), but the irresisitible lure of gravestones and accordion music drew me out of
05.09.10
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In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, Reel Asian presents its first cross-Canada tour SENSE OF WONDER, a dynamic selection of thought-provoking Asian Canadian shorts from across the country. This program will be seen in four different cities this May including
01.26.10
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This coming week, I am excited to check out the Dance On Camera Festival 2010. Starting this week there are some free events at various venues, including a night of shorts at Judson Memorial Church presented by Movement Research tonight,
10.08.09
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The Festival du nouveau cinema runs from October 7th-18th in Montreal, presenting more than 250 Canadian, Quebecois and International films, video, performance, multimedia work and interactive installation! And at the Festival is the World Premiere of the Muslim-Punk documentary Taqwacore: The
10.30.09
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Founded by documentary filmmaker Daniel Cross of EyeSteelFilm (Taqwacore, Up the Yangtze), Homeless Nation (www.homelessnation.org) is an example of social activism meeting process-based videomaking, where the point is not necessarily an end product, but an ongoing collaboration and community development. When
10.18.09
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It's Friday afternoon, and you are watching the clock, waiting for the official beginning to the weekend, when you can leave work behind and get a hearty helping of culture. New York City offers more than one person knows what to
10.26.09
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Here is Part 1 of my picks for Artists to Watch in 2010! I hope to offer some fun, inspiring new stuff to check out, and would love it if you responded in kind with artists you're loving right now.... Enjoy!!
11.24.09
Documentary Film
by Mazi
A look at Curfew and The Roof, two Palestinian films depicting the Cinematic Space of Occupation. Both Curfew by Rashid Masharawi and The Roof by Kamal Aljafari portray the cinematic space of occupation. Both films are situated in the occupied city
10.21.09
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The kitchen Located in Manhattan this non-profit is a place for experimenting and experiencing artists taking risks. "The organization identifies, supports and presents emerging and under-recognized artists who are making significant contributions to their respective fields as well as serves as
06.25.09
Documentary Film
Standing in line on a Tuesday night, for two hours, on Vine Street. My Friend Carey had invited me to tag along to attend the screening of Björk's Voltaic: The Volta Tour Live. The film is a live document
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