INDEPENDENT FILM’s NIGHTSaturday March 4th6:30 - 9:00pm
Tucson filmmaker Adam Raywill be presenting an original work: “THE DOME” based on the off-grid life and earthen construction of local (Arivaca)homesteader Bart Santello.In collaboration with Bart Santello’s own Psychotropic Films; the result is an uniqueand highly-stylized film that explores the Arivaca experienceand the natural environment thatinspires the creation of ‘space’utilizing available materials andthe motivation or the individual to create and survive.
Tucson filmmaker Adam Ray
At the core of “The
Anthropologist” are the
parallel stories of two
women: Margaret Mead, who
anthropology in America; and
Susie Crate, an
currently studying the
impact of climate change.
Uniquely revealed from their
Mead and Crate demonstrate a
fascination with how
societies are forced to
negotiate the disruption of
their traditional ways of
life, whether through
encounters with the outside
world or the unprecedented
change wrought by melting
glaciers and rising tides.
Pictured left-to-right, Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, and Jeremy Newberger are Ironbound Films. Headquartered in an old inn on the Hudson River opposite West Point Military Academy, Ironbound Films creates documentaries for theaters, television, museums, and the web. Our previous documentary was The Linguists, the world’s first look at how languages become endangered, and how scientists document, archive, and help return them to use. The Linguists went on to win top honors at hundreds of film festivals around the world, enjoy a gala premiere at the Paris headquarters of UNESCO, and air on PBS.
Note: This year we are departing from a full evening program
of shorts films, rather we will be showing a feature film ‘The
Anthropologist’(80-minutes) preceded by a short film.
BEST OF LUCK WITH THE WALL
an experimental film by Josh Begley
motion graphics editor Johah Greenstein
original music score Jace Clayton (DJ/rupture) & Andy Moor (The Ex)
producer Sierra Pettengill
executive producers Laura Poitras, Aj Schnack, Charlotte Cook
“The project started from a really simple place. It was about looking. It was about the sheer desire to understand the visual landscape that we are talking about when we are talking about the southern border of the United States”….Josh Begley - Director