In this case, however, they were motivated not by impatience or boredom however by visceral (and maybe mildly performative) disgust on the horrors that are endured and witnessed by the movie’s protagonist, a younger boy separated from his family during World War II. This free, in-home cinema is devoted to offering Northwestern, the North Shore, and Chicago a quality venue for film and to highlighting the range of voices and practices in the media arts subject. Post-screening discussions with a filmmaker or scholar, are a staple of this system, offering a novel alternative for audiences to gain useful context about the works and offering distinctive insights into the inventive process. In maintaining with the Museum’s commitment to presenting art throughout time, culture, and media, media art is a staple of the Block Museum’s exhibition program.
The Loudoun Arts Film Festival’s mission is to entertain and have interaction audiences by curating … Read MoreRead More