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                         The 30th Annual
           New York Exposition of Short Film and Video
 
     "One of the major American festivals of independent films"
                                   The New York Times
 
     "The ideal forum for breaking new indie work"
                                   Village Voice
 
     The New York Exposition of Short Film & Video celebrates its 30th year
as the nation's longest-running festival of short film and video, with
screenings November 21-23 at The New School, 66 West 12th Street, and
interactive multi-media from November 22-24 at Cyberfeld's internet caf .  On
November 21st, The 1996 Expo joins the 35-year-old Film-Makers' Cooperative,
another cultural icon of the New York independent film/video scene, in a
mutual celebration and retrospective.  "From Beat to Post-Modern: 30 years of
Independent Film/Video" will look at trends, revolutions, and continuities in
underground and independent film/video, with screenings and a panel of noted
film/video artists that will span the generations.
     The 1996 Expo will also feature a premiere presentation of digital
multi-media through a selection of original CD-ROMS and web pages, the new
audio-visual formats of the 90s.  For more information, call the New York Expo
at (212) 505-7742.
 
At The New School: Tishman Auditorium at 66 West 12th Street.
Nov. 21   Screening: The Filmmakers' Cooperative: 30 Years of Independent
          Film/Video, 7-9 pm.
Nov. 21   Panel Discussion: "From Beat to Post-Modern: 30 years of
          Independent Film/Video," 9-10 pm.
Nov. 22   Animation, 6-7:45 pm; Experimental, 8-10:30 pm.
Nov. 23   Documentary, 12:30-4:30 pm.
Nov. 23   Panel/Demonstration: "Digital Multimedia: The New Artist's Way,"
          5-6:30 pm. (Free)
Nov. 23   Narrative, 7-10:45 pm.
 
Price: $6 each screening, panel discussions free, at Tishman Auditorium, 66
West 12th St.  Box Office Hours: 1-9pm, Mon-Fri.  Advance tickets by phone:
(212) 229-5488.
 
At Cyberfelds @ The Village Copier: 20 East 13th St.
Nov. 22-24  Interactive Multimedia, 12 Noon - 12 Midnight continuous, $6/hour
with NY Expo $2 discount voucher (available at Cyberfelds and The New School
during Exposition)
 
Co-sponsored by The New School, and supported by the New York State Council on
the Arts, Eastman Kodak, Blockbuster, Sundance Channel, NAFT International,
    Blue Streak Digital and the New York Film/Video Council.
 
For more information, contact:
 
Robert Withers
New York Exposition of Short Film and Video
532 LaGuardia Place, Suite 330
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10012
Voicemail: (212) 505-7742               Internet: [log in to unmask]
 
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