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Fri, Jan 20


Millennium Film Workshop

Personal Cinema: Sprung From the Dirt - New Work by David FInkelstein and Fred Hatt

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Personal Cinema: Sprung From the Dirt - New Work by David FInkelstein and Fred Hatt
Personal Cinema: Sprung From the Dirt - New Work by David FInkelstein and Fred Hatt

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Jan 20, 2023, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

Millennium Film Workshop, 167 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA


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New visionary video work by David Finkelstein and Fred Hatt A program of new work by David Finkelstein and Fred Hatt, exploring our relation to the soil and celebrating the Earthling Rebellion. The program is 79 minutes and will be followed by a discussion with the artists. Featuring: Kieran Adams, Matthew “Doc” Dunn, David Finkelstein, Andy Haas, Ian W. Hill, Rachel Wyman No one has ever made films like Finkelstein, and no one ever will. They are striking in their originality and variety. He has created his own genre, and he presents it in a way that no one else could. --Van McElwee, filmmaker Hatt’s film is Ecstatic, Sensory, Visceral, Experiential! -- filmmaker Ken Jacobs, co-founder, Millennium Film Workshop Films: Tulips for Cygnus, Part 3: Soft Nebula (2022, 2 minutes, Fred Hatt) Soap is an Illusion (Dirt: Part One) (2022, 20.5 minutes, David Finkelstein) Coronapause (2020, 11.5 minutes, Fred Hatt) Marginal Understandings (Dirt: Part Two) (2023, 22 minutes, David Finkelstein) O Horizon (2021, 6 minutes, Fred Hatt) Balancing on a Molecule (Dirt: Part Three) (2023, 16.5 minutes, David Finkelstein) DAVID FINKELSTEIN is a Guggenheim Fellow in film/video. His video work has been featured in numerous film festivals around the world and has won awards at 27 of them. In 2013, he was an invited artist at the Traverse Vidéo Festival in Toulouse, France. His two feature films premiered at New Filmmakers in New York. He has had solo screenings of his films in Bilbao, London, Porto, New York, Chicago, Portland, Austin, North Carolina, Minnesota, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Philadelphia, and San Francisco. His work has been funded by The Fund for Creative Communities, The Field, Movement Research, Meet the Composer, The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, BACA, and other sources. As an artist, FRED HATT crosses the boundaries between performance and visual arts, between traditional craft and contemporary technologies. Whether making a drawing, a video piece, a photograph or a performance, the focus is on the perception of energy and its expression through light and form, movement and gesture. This program curated by Anto Astudillo for Millennium Film Workshop.

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