s/n is honored to screen Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture at World Cine Fest, in Porto, Portugal this coming January!
Theatre of Movement presents: TIME: Liminal, a performance art autobiography by Duane Cyrus.
Featured Artists: Steven Cozart, Duane Cyrus, Robbin Ka, Devin Newkirk, Hassan Pitts & The Resistance Project.
Location: Hyers Theater at The Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N Davie Street. Greensboro, NC
Public Dates: July 29 & 30 at 7pm, August 5 & 6 at 7pm
Time Liminal is a performance art installation and community discussion led by Dance artist Duane Cyrus. As part of Creative Greensboro’s Hyers Residency program, Cyrus will share a series of four reflections on nearly 20 years of arts performance, advocacy, and mentorship in North Carolina and 40 years as an arts practitioner around the world.
Duane Cyrus also directs The Black Network, of which Hassan is also a member.
We are pleased to mention that Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture received an Honorable Mention at the Splice Film Festival in Brooklyn, New York!
We are excited to announce that Notes from Someone Else’s Lecture will screen in Brooklyn, New York in June as a part of the official line up for the Splice Film Festival. The festival takes place the 23rd – 26th of June.
As you can see, we’re pretty excited to be a part of Videoex this year in Switzerland. Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture is in the international competition and screens in the block of films On Phenomenology!
Here we are on their site 🙂
Here’s some more about the schedule (on FB):
s/n is pleased to be a part of Tournadeau Music and Film Festival’s inaugural festival this coming August in Connecticut, USA.
We are excited to announce that Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture has been selected for the International Competition of the Videoex Festival 2022, which will be Held at the Festival Cinema Z3Festivalcenter will be at Kunstraum Walcheturm (www.walcheturm.ch)
s/n is pleased to be invited to present on cultural heritage and digital memory at Baskent University for a UNESCO event in Ankara, Turkey on Thursday the 12th of May.
We’ll be discussing our Richmond Recollection Project.
Cultural heritage is the whole of the tangible and intangible values of a community throughout its generations. The transfer of these values to future generations is directly related to the fact that the heritage is known and understood by the members of the society. The realization of sustainable conservation is possible through the development of coherent conservation principles as well as by making the heritage visible.
Two of our shorts have been given some love recently!
Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture received the Postmodern Film Award at the Druk International Film Festival, in Paro, Bhutan. It also received Honorable Mention at the Diamond Eye International Film Festival in St. Petersburg last winter.
Church Street was nominated for Best Experimental Short, Best Editing, and Best Music at the Top Indie Film Awards, in Tokyo, Japan. It was also an award winner at the Monthly Future of Film Awards, in Orid, Macedonia.