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Friday, August 19, 2005

LIVING MEMORY: SIX SKETCHES OF MALI TODAY at the New York African Film Festival
Tonight, the evening of Friday, August 19 2005, LIVING MEMORY: SIX SKETCHES OF MALI TODAY screens at the 2005 New York African Film Festival, as part of the free KIDSFLIX series at Fulton Park

Educational Media Reviews Online wrote that the film, "Eloquently describes the power of tradition in contemporary Malian society... Well photographed...Recommended as a starting point for learning more about a fascinating and unique culture."

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

PROTEUS has Theatrical Premiere Friday, August 5
The multiple award winning, critically acclaimed film PROTEUS: A NINETEENTH CENTURY VISION receives its Theatrical Premiere at Anthology Film Archives in New York this Friday, August 5.

Hailed as "Truly Stunning!" (Science Magazine) and "Dazzling!" (LA Weekly), PROTEUS, through the story of the influential science/artist Ernst Haeckel, uses the 19th century's fascination with the ocean depths as the locus for a meditation on the troubled intersection of scientific and artistic vision.
THE 3 ROOMS OF MELANCHOLIA opens in Minneapolis
After its successful Theatrical Premiere at Film Forum in New York, where it received rave reviews ("Magnificent!" - Stephen Holden, The New York Times / “Achingly Beautiful!” - New York Post / " * * * * [4 out of 4 Stars!]" - Jan Stuart, Newsday), THE 3 ROOMS OF MELANCHOLIA plays at the Minnesota Film Art's Bell Auditorium August 4 - 11.

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