" VANTAGE POINTS " 
CONNECTIVITY THROUGH CINEMA WITH SARAH CHRISTMAN *IN PERSON*

   Still from 7285, 2014

Still from 7285, 2014

SUNDAY OCT 19th 2014 @ THE CENTER FOR PERFORMANCE RESEARCH
361 MANHATTAN AVENUE, BROOKLYN. OFF METROPOLITAN G OR LORIMER L
DOORS 7PM – SHOW at 7:30PM – $6 SUGGESTED DONATION – FILMS, DRINKS & DISCUSSION.

Join us as we welcome fellow Filmmaker / Educator (and fellow Brooklynite) Sarah Christman to share a program of work shot on 16mm film.  Her work explores the human relationship to the landscape through the use of micro and macro lenses.  Gently pressing, then pulling back between vantage points allows the viewer to see their own impression.

The screening program will include: Dear Bill Gates (2006), Outside Over There (2009/2014),
Broad Channel (2010), Gowanus Canal  (2013), and her most recent film, 7285 (2014)

Total running time, 46 minutes. Additional time for discussion / Q & A with the artist

  Stills From Gowanus Canal, 2013

Stills From Gowanus Canal, 2013

ABOUT SARAH CHRISTMAN:
Sarah J. Christman makes non-fiction films that explore the intersections between people, technology and the natural world. Christman’s work has screened widely, including the MoMA Documentary Fortnight, Rotterdam International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, New York Film Festival, and the Los Angeles Filmforum. She received the New Visions Award from the San Francisco International Film Festival for her film Dear Bill Gates, and Jury Awards from the Ann Arbor Film Festival for Broad Channel and As Above, So Below. She is an Associate Professor in the Film Department at Brooklyn College.

MONO NO AWARE’S SCREENING SERIES:
The CONNECTIVITY THROUGH CINEMA series will present the work of artists, film-makers and curators who are traveling or presenting special interactive programs in-person. Our hope is to engage the community by showing work with a focus on post-screening discussion.

This event is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).