For Immediate Release (New York City area):
The Brooklyn College Department of Film and Student Film Society are pleased
to present the 37th ANNUAL ANN ARBOR FILM FESTIVAL TOUR.
The festival tour presents 18 new works by independent filmmakers across the
U.S. and Canada. Programmed by Festival Director Vicki Honeyman, the tour
program includes a selection of award-winning and highlighted films from
this year's 1999 Ann Arbor Film Festival, which took place March 16-21.
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is a non-profit arts organization that has a
long-standing tradition of showcasing 16mm independent and experimental film
from all over the world. The festival's mission is to provide a worldwide
public forum for 16mm film screenings, to encourage and showcase independent
& experimental film artists, to promote film as art, and to offer
PROGRAM 1 & 2: Friday, October 15, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
PROGRAM 3 & 4: Saturday, October 16, 12:00-2:00 p.m.
Room 0316 Plaza Building, Film Department, Brooklyn College, 2900 Bedford
Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11210
Contact: Liz Fries, Program Coordinator, (718) 951-5664 for further
THE TOUR PROGRAM
THE GEOMETRY OF BEWARE (7 min.) Richard Raxlen, Victoria, BC, CANADA
THE SHANGHAIED TEXT (20 min.) Ken Kobland, New York, NY
FLIGHT FM2 (2 min.) Matt Blauer, Portland, OR
CHEMISTRIES (10 min.) Daven Gee, San Francisco, CA
MIND'S EYE (5 min.) Gregory Godhard, Sydney, NSW, AUSTRALIA
WOMEN ARE NOT LITTLE MEN (15 min.) Lisa Hayes, Toronto, ON, CANADA
BLACK AND BLUE ALL OVER (8 min.) William Z. Richard, San Francisco, CA
COME UNTO ME: THE FACES OF TYREE GUYTON (31 min.) Nicole Cattell, Ann Arbor,
TITO-MATERIAL (6 min.) Elke Groen, Vienna, AUSTRIA
EGYPT (11 min.) Kathrin Resetarits, Vienna, AUSTRIA
SID (4 min.) Jeff Scher, New York, NY
WHERE LIES THE HOMO? (35 min.) Jean-Francois Monette, Montreal, QC, CANADA
L'ARRIVEE (2 min.) Peter Tscherkassy, Vienna, AUSTRIA
MEDITATIONS ON REVOLUTION, PART I: LONELY PLANET (13 min.) Robert Fenz,
Tivoli , NY
HEPA! (7 min.) Laura Margulies, New York, NY
OKAY BYE-BYE (41 min.) Rebecca Baron, La Jolla, CA
CARS WILL MAKE YOU FREE (3 min.) Lyn Elliot, Iowa City
ALONE, LIFE WASTES ANDY HARDY (15 min.) Martin Arnold, Vienna, AUSTRIA
IND: Brighton local (D OR M) to Avenue H station (Avenue H and East 16th
Street) or Avenue J station for bus connection. (See bus below.)
IRT: Either Seventh Avenue express, Flatbush train (No. 2), Lexington Avenue
express, or Flatbush train (No. 5) to Flatbush Avenue station (Flatbush and
Avenue J (B6) or (B11) to Bedford Avenue and Campus Road. 18th Avenue (B8)
to Foster and Flatbush Avenue. Flatbush Avenue (B41) to Nostrand Avenue.
Nostrand Avenue (B44) to Flatbush Avenue. Ocean Avenue (B49) to Avenue H.
Green Bus Line (Q35) to Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues.
By Long Island Rail Road:
Long Island Rail Road to Atlantic Avenue station; Transfer to IND Brighton
local (D or M), or IRT subway (nos. 2 or 5), or Flatbush Avenue bus (B41).
From Manhattan: Brooklyn Bridge to Brooklyn-Queens Expressway; Prospect
Expressway to Ocean Parkway; Ocean Parkway to Foster Avenue to Flatbush
Avenue; Flatbush Avenue to Avenue H (municipal parking lot).
From Manhattan: Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel to Prospect Expressway.
From Staten Island and New Jersey: Verrazano-Narrows Bridge; Belt Parkway
east to Flatbush Avenue; north on Flatbush to Avenue H; left on Avenue H.
From North Shore of Long Island: Jackie Robinson Parkway (formerly the
Interboro Parkway) to last exit; Pennsylvania Avenue to Linden Boulevard -
right on Linden to Kings Highway; left on Kings Highway to Avenue H; right
on Avenue H to Campus Road.
From South Shore of Long Island: Sunrise Highway or Southern State Parkway
to Belt Parkway; exit at Flatbush Avenue; north on Flatbush to Avenue H;
left on Avenue H.
Municipal Parking: Flatbush Avenue and Avenue H.
Metered Parking: Bedford Avenue, Campus Road, Nostrand Ave.
Liz Fries, Program Coordinator
Department of Film
2900 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11210
fax: (718) 951-4733
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