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Not So Far From Home

Dorothea Braemer’s “Ten Short Videos About My Childhood Home” will be screened at Hallwalls this Saturday, November 3 at 8:00 pm. We had a post on Braemer recently, which you can check out here. The shorts screened this week explore her relationship with her mother and other family members, along with the loss of her childhood home as her mother moves into an assisted care home.
To rev you up for Election Day, a number of other shorts will be screened Saturday, including exploring democracy, “ballot confusion,” and freedoms.
Thursday, November 1 at Hallwalls, check out a retrospective of avant garde filmmaker, Ted Lyman’s work, in a collection entitled, “A Sense of Place.” A Vermont artists, Lyman, has been creating film since the 1970s, and has influenced many younger filmmakers. He visits Hallwalls, and the University at Buffalo for a two day Residency. On Friday, interested individuals may take part in a workshop at UB, beginning at noon, by sending an email here.
Thursday, November 1, 8PM
Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
$7 general, $5 students/seniors, $4 members
Survey of films spanning the last 30 years of the filmmaker’s practice: Scotland with No Clothes (1977), Fla.Me (1982), Testament of the Rabbit (1989), First Surface (1996), and Flat Earth (work in progress).
Friday, November 2, Noon
The University at Buffalo Department of Media Study
Center for the Arts, Room 286
Workshop opening with a screening of Mansacts (1979).
Saturday, November 2, 8PM
Ten Short Videos About My Childhood Home and other short videos
Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center
Tickets are $8 general $6 students/seniors $5 members.

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