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F.I.L.M. Series


All events are free and the public is cordially invited.

Unless otherwise indicated, events are scheduled for Sunday afternoons at 2 in the Bradford Auditorium—Room 125, in the Kirner-Johnson Building. Events run between one and three hours.

This series is made possible by the office of the Dean of the Faculty (the Hansford fund) and by support from the Kirkland Endowment, the Art History Department, and the Days-Massolo Center.

Events are curated by Scott MacDonald, with help from Bret Olsen.

F.I.L.M.

F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
PSYCHED about PSYCHO: Psycho and Psycho and Hitchcock—a Sunday immersion. The original Hitchcock Psycho (1960) will be shown at noon on Sunday; Gus Van Sant’s nearly shot-by-shot remake (1998, starring Vince Vaughn, Julianne Moore, Vigo Mortensen, William H. Macy, Anne Heche) at 3:00; and Hitchcock (2012) a f...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
John Martoccia, in person, with Vito Bonafacci: In Search of Truth (2019)

Utica filmmaker, John Martoccia, has made a thoroughly devout film about a man whose nightmare and visitation from his mother sends him on a modern-day pilgrim’s progress, searching for security in the face of death and damnation. Played by Paul Borghese, a veteran a...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
Jay Craven returns with the finished version of Martin Eden (2020) Last semester, Director of Cinema Sarah Lawrence, Jay Craven, showed sequences of Martin Eden, the new film (adapted from the Jack London novel) he has produced/directed (with the assistance of Hamilton students Karina Barakdarian, Jane Nealey, Vale Medina, and Ava Wit...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
J.P. Sniadecki and Lisa Marie Malloy, in person, with a rough-cut of Yolanda (2020?)

Sniadecki, veteran of Harvard’s renowned Sensory Ethnography Lab, director of Northwestern’s MFA in Documentary Media program and multi-award-winning documentary filmmaker returns to F.I.L.M. with the rough-cut of new film, Yolanda (2020), about a...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
J.P. Sniadecki, in person, with The Iron Ministry (2014) For more than 3 years, Sniadecki travelled across China on trains—all kinds of trains, from the “green skin” trains of the collectivist era of modern China to the newest bullet trains, from north to south and east to west—to produce this image-sound fantasmagoric panorama of a China in t...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
Lisa Marie Malloy and J.P. Sniadecki present a sneak preview.

Sniadecki’s filmmaking has focused on China and, most recently, on the Sonoran Desert territory between Mexico and Arizona. There will be opportunities to see his early Chinese films, as well as his earlier Sonoran Desert film, El Mar La Mar (co-made with Josh Bonnetta, 2017); s...

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F.I.L.M. Series
Open to Off Campus Guests
Kirner-Johnson (KJ) 125 Bradford Auditorium, Map #14
Su Friedrich (Sunday, 2:00), in person, with I Cannot Tell You How I Feel (2016) Canonical avant-doc filmmaker Su Friedrich (The Ties That Bind, 1984; Damned If You Don’t, 1987; Sink or Swim, 1990; Hide and Seek, 1996…) returns to F.I.L.M. with I Cannot Tell You How I Feel (2016), a personal documen...

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