Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7:30, reception starts at 6:30.
Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street (between CPW and Columbus)
Free and open to all
The evening is set for a fascinating cross-section of shorts by NYFVC members. Bring your friends and join us on Wednesday, June 27th for a special screening in collaboration with CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College!
Works will include brand-new films, little known gems, and long-lost favorites!
Nick Macdonald screens the rarely-seen Acts of Revolution from 1976. Tony Sherin plays his modern NY classic Solo, Piano. Lucy Kostelanetz shows Rebeka Goes Down the Slide (“A gem!”– Erik Barnouw). Diana Devlin screens part of a brand-new work-in-progress. Mark Woodcock screens an excerpt from Report from World 3, a film he shot in Algeria 40 years ago. Robert Withers shows his Nomad Walk through the late capitalist plateau of a New York advertising agency. Krissy Mahan screens her new festival favorite My Aunt Mame. Patricia Silva shows her new film A Feeling More Than a Picture. Crista Grauer presents Beryl Sokoloff’s recently-restored 1960’s experimental classic The Liberty Machine. Ashley Hiatt, Luke Momo, and Nevin Kelly-Fair show new student work from Brooklyn College and Fordham!
Before the screening, join us for a free reception! Bring your friends and enjoy a special summer evening with the NYFVC!
What: NYFVC Members’ Screening Night (Bring your friends, open to all!)
When: Wednesday, June 27, Reception in outdoor space starts at 6:30, Screening starts at 7:30.
Where: Macaulay Honors College, 35 West 67th Street (between CPW and Columbus, the old Makor space).