Σάββατο, 3 Σεπτεμβρίου 2011

Fwd: See Free Programs at the All Roads Film Festival September 14 -18!





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All Roads Film Project

FREE PROGRAMS!
September 14–18, 2011 at the Grosvenor Auditorium-
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15
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GRAB • Noon
Discussion with director follows the screening.
Full Film Description
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LATINOS IN MODERN MEDIA • 2 PM
A free panel discussion open to the public.
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THE CREATORS • 4 PM
and short film Teta (Grandma)
Discussion with director Laura Gamse follows the screening.
Full Film Description
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
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QAPIRANGAJUQ: INUIT KNOWLEDGE AND CLIMATE CHANGE • NOON
Full Film Description
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INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES, MEDIA AND THE ENVIRONMENT • 2 PM
A free panel discussion open to the public.
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SILVESTRE PANTALEÓN • 4 PM
and two short films Va Tapuia (Sacred Spaces) and
Tales from the Daly River
Discussion with directors Jonathan Amith & Roberto Olivares follows the screening.
Full Film Description
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
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FAMILY FILM PROGRAM • NOON
A short film series for ages 7+
Full Film Descriptions
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Photography Exhibits • FREE
September 1–November 13-
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The All Roads Photography Awards
These photographic works document experiences from the past or present-day complexities—from the struggles of men who harvest guano in the dark coastal fog of the Peruvian coastline, to the rapidly changing culture of the Miao people in the isolated regions of southern China, to the tapestry of daily life in Islamic cultures of the Middle East.
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The All Roads Film Photography
All Roads presents this exhibition in conjunction with two films in the festival, GRAB and Sky Dancer. These photographs offer rare glimpses into two cultures on nearly opposite sides of the world: from an ancient Laguna Pueblo tradition of throwing gifts from adobe rooftops to the first and only female master incarnate Tibetan monk.
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