Date/Time: 02/11/2005 12:00 am
Wednesday, November 2, 2005 at CEC ArtsLink
6:00 pm Light refreshments
6:30 pm Presentation
7:15 pm Reception
Space is limited, please respond by October 31 to Zhenia Stadnik at email@example.com or 212/643-1985 x26
The event is free of charge
Directors of documentaries face formidable task of bringing forth real life stories and imbuing them with artistry and imagery, thus creating works of art. The Russian documentary film has recently undergone changes that affect the essence of this art form. Antonina Udalova, coordinator of Message to Man, the international film festival in St. Petersburg, is in unique position to appreciate the scope of changes in documentary filmmaking. She will speak about the state of contemporary Russian documentary and show excerpts from select films. Russian Filmmakers Sergey Bosenko, Ivan Golovnev and Alina Rudnitskaya will participate.
The presentation is in conjunction with the Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival in New York. CEC ArtsLink’s Open World Cultural Leaders Program brings Sergey Bosenko, Ivan Golovnev, Alina Rudnitskaya and Antonina Udalova to participate in the Festival. Their films will run on November 6th.
Open World is a unique nonpartisan initiative of the U.S. Congress designed to build mutual understanding between the U.S. and Russia. The National Endowment for the Arts supports the Cultural Leaders participants of Open World.
CEC ArtsLink Talks provides a forum for artists and arts professionals to present their work and to stimulate discourse about contemporary issues in the arts. At CEC ArtsLink every other month.
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