Co-organized by Mary Billyou and Meredith Drum, this program presents a wide range of cinema projects that share a rebellious and subjective resistance to imperial domination in the Middle East
The six-hour screening program will be presented from 12 – 6 p.m. at the SCOPE Art Fair, Lincoln Center, NYC, and immediately followed by a panel discussion moderated by Billyou and Drum, with Benj Gerdes, Caroline Koebel, Chen Tamir, Judy Ditner, Maayan Amir and Ruti Sela.
More information about the panel and the six-hour screening, divided into two-hour segments, can be found by clicking on the tabs above.
More information about this and other programs at the SCOPE Art Fair NYC, March 4-8, 2009: http://www.scope-art.com/Index.php/new_york/programs/
The SCOPE Pavilion is located at Damrosch Park, on 62ndStreet, between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues. Admission to the Scope Pavilion is $15 for regular admission or $10 for students; this price includes the screening in addition to other SCOPE events.
Image Credits, left to right:
Terms of Service: When We Pretend, We’re in Control, Benj Gerdes, 2005
Summer Rain, Francisca Caporali and Brandon Jourdan, 2007