Friday, June 25, 2010

Richard Myers at LA FILMFORUM this weekend

Richard Myers is a filmmaker who teaches film in the Art Department at Kent State University in Ohio. He has made films independently since 1960. Over the past 20 years he has visited many colleges and university film societies. He's won awards at multiple film festivals through the years. Myers's works display technical perfection without ostentation while presenting a highly personalized, profoundly American history, often, as in Marjory's Diary, positing his own family as a paradigm of the nation and its families.

And he's in town for three shows this weekend, starting tonight!
Plenty of tickets available at the door for all three shows.

Friday night June 25, 8:00 pm
Newtown at All Saints Church, Pasadena. 132 N. Euclid
Ave. Pasadena, 91101

Marjory's Diary (2003 DVD, color/sound, 90 min)
http://www.newtownarts.org/

Saturday June 26, 8:00 pm
The Velaslavasay Panorama

The Path (1960, 20 min., 16mm, b&w/silent)
37-73 (1974, 60 min., 16mm, b&w/so)
http://www.panoramaonview.org/

Sunday, June 27, 7:30 pm
Los Angeles Filmforum at the Egyptian Theater
Bill and Ruby (1970, 34 min., 16mm, color/so)
Deathstyles (1971, 60 min, color, 16mm)
www.lafilmforum.org

1 comment:

江婷 said...

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