I’ve been thinking a lot lately about Maurice Tourneur, who in 1920 directed what is one of my favorite silent films, The Last of the Mohicans.
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Archival Spaces: Memory, Images, History
I first came across the Hungarian painter-photographer-filmmaker-theorist, László Moholy-Nagy, in 1979 when I co-reconstructed the Weimar art exhibition, “Film und Foto” (1929). “FiFo” brought together avant-garde film and photography from all over Europe and the United States to Stuttgart, Germany, a city in the vanguard of modernist architectural and city planning.
On May 10 & 11, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the NYU Orphan Film Symposium will present, “The Real Indies: A Close Look at Orphan Films," at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood.
Archive Head of Public Programs Shannon Kelley discusses independent filmmaker Quentin Lee in a profile by Sunny & Mild Media that touches on the breadth and impact of Lee's work.
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The Images of Blackness film series hosted by The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA returns for the Spring 2013 Quarter. Free and open to the public, the series will feature carefully curated film screenings and clips followed by panel discussions.