Future Events at UnionDocs:
Saturday, May 5th at 7:30pm. $9 suggested donation.
We look where documentary, marketing, music, and interactive design can meet to produce the “bread and butter” to fuel your creative practice. There is a long history of documentarians creating for clients – we will examine this relationship and try to find that happy place between work and artistic practice. This panel will bring together Ari Kuschnir and Scott Thrift (m ss ng p eces), David Usui and Ben Wu (Lost & Found Films). Moderated by Tom Roston (PBS POV).
Sunday, May 6th at 2pm. $20.
Filmmaker Jem Cohen will screen and discuss rarely seen films including Real Birds, the Patti Smith portrait, Long for the City, some of the Gravity Hill Newsreels (about Occupy Wall Street) and excerpts from recent projects including the multi-screen live show,We Have an Anchor, and his upcoming feature.
Monday, May 7th at 7:30. $9 suggested donation.
Filmmaker Amy Ruhl curates a provocative program of Kinetic Cinema that examines how the female body, under the unique technology of cinema, has been the primary source of spectacle since the beginnings of film. Amy Ruhl, Kerrie Welsh and Amy Greenfield in attendance for screening and discussion. Presented with Pentacle’s Movement Media
Coming up next weekend:
Saturday, April 28th at 7:30pm
Chris “Sandman” Sand is a rappin’ cowboy from Dunn Center, North Dakota (population: 120 and shrinking). Roll Out, Cowboy follows Sandman as he travels the open road from North Dakota, to Washington and back again. Join us for a DVD launch party – and meet the Rappin' Cowboy Chris "Sandman" Sand in person.
Coming up this weekend:
A Master Class with Michael Glawogger
Friday, April 20th at 19:00pm, $15.
Director, Writer and Cinematographer Michael Glawogger will present and discuss his awards-winning works with film historian Scott Macdonald. Glawogger will talk about his documentry trilogy on the world of work which includes Workingman Death (2004), Megacities (2009) and Whores’ Glory (2011), which was honored with a special Orizzonti Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival in September.
Saturday, April 21th at 7:30pm. $9 suggested donation.
Acclaimed comic journalists Josh Neufeld, Seth Tobocman, Matt Bors and NPR host/media analyst Brooke Gladstone will present selections of their work and participate in a group discussion lead by comic critic, curator and teacher Bill Kartalopoulos. They will discuss the genesis of this emerging form, their unique approaches to journalism, and finally how this world is being defined and what the future holds.
Sunday, April 22th at 7:30pm. $9 suggested donation.
Big Shed’s audio and multimedia documentaries made them think about the ways we gather and share stories. They will present two of their ongoing projects – Verite x 2 and the Place + Memory Project – as a way to examine ideas like treating your microphone as a camera, the value of real social networks beyond the virtual kind, and what happens when your audience becomes your collaborator. The evening will be part discussion, part dinner theatre and part dance party.
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