clicking here. When – Saturday, August 15, 2015 Timeline – 7:00 PM: Film Screening Begins For further information, contact: Debby Goedeke at email@example.com / tel: 581.434.1217, ext. 11 PHOTOGRAPHERS AND MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO COVER Fourth Man OutUPWIFT and FILM ALBANY are partnering together with The Linda – WAMC’S Performing Arts Studio to host a special screening of ‘Fourth Man Out’ “A sleeper delight about a garage mechanic’s bumpy, coming-out to his pack of very heterosexual bros.” Dennis Harvey, Film Critic, Variety Magazine Albany, NY – This exploration of friendship, coming of age, and coming out will look very familiar to local audiences. Shot in Albany with local crew, and cast liberally speckled with local talent, the story takes place in a tight knit neighborhood, where kids begin friendships in the sandbox and keep them alive through all the permutations of life — Even when this particular turn challenges the neighborhood to choose what matters…at the annual Fourth of July Family Barbecue. Timely. Touching. Hilarious. The upstate New York chapter of Women in Film & Television (UPWIFT) and Film Albany are excited to announce this screening in partnership with The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio, thus focusing the spotlight on women filmmakers and their films, as well as films “Made in Albany.” Open to the public, this screening will be held at The Linda: WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio at 339 Central Avenue in Albany. Admission is $8 and tickets can be purchased by
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Upstate NY Women in Film & T.V. (UPWIFT) and The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio – Partner to Celebrate Women’s Films in Their New, Joint Screening Series, “REEL Women in Film.”(Albany, NY – July 2, 2015) The upstate New York chapter of Women in Film & Television (UPWIFT) and The Linda – WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio are excited to announce their partnership in an on-going film screening series, focusing the spotlight on women filmmakers and their films. Open to the public, the screenings, followed by a conversation about the art and craft of filmmaking from a woman’s perspective, will be held at The Linda: WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio at 339 Central Avenue in Albany. Admission is $8. (UPWIFT members receive a special discount). Director Hanna Sawka’s award-winning documentary “Beyond Iconic,” which introduces Dennis Stock in his own words and through hundreds of his famous photographs, is first queued in the series’ line-up and will screen on July 18th at 8 p.m. Ms Sawka will be present for a conversation with the audience after the screening. For more information on the UPWIFT Screening Series at The Linda, please go to either organization’s official website: www.upwift.org / www.wamcarts.org. Tickets to the UPWIFT Screening of Hanna Sawka’s “Beyond Iconic” at The Linda is currently available for purchase at: http://www.wamcarts.org/event_details.php?id=482 UPWIFT Members should contact UPWIFT at email@example.com for their special discount code.
On Sunday, March 29th, the Downing Film Center (19 Front Street, Newburgh, NY 12550) will host “Beyond Iconic: Photographer Dennis Stock” at 1PM. The screening will be followed by a live Q&A with filmmaker Hanna Sawka, after which all attendees are invited to the Wherehouse (119 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY 12550) nearby for an after-party from 3:00-5:00PM. There, all can enjoy a live performance by the film’s composers, Teri Roiger (voice) and John Menegon (bass), who will be joined by musicians Mark Dziuba (guitar) and Dave Berger (drums). This performance will be a unique opportunity to look into the creative process behind the film’s rich jazz score. This locally made film is the only full-length documentary about Dennis Stock, who is now the subject of Anton Corbijn –directed biopic called “LIFE” starring Robert Pattinson as Dennis Stock that will be released this year. The filmmakers of “LIFE” have thanked “Beyond Iconic’s” director Hanna Sawka in their credits for the role her film played in researching the personality of Dennis Stock. About the film: A master class on life, a portrait of a life fully realized: Beyond Iconic introduces Mr. Stock in his own words and through hundreds of his famous photographs, which include images from the Golden Age of Hollywood and Jazz, hippies, the American social landscape, architecture, landscapes and nature. This film is a look at Stock’s brilliant and famous photography, his colorful and adventurous life, and his brassy personality. “Renowned for his classic portraits of Hollywood stars and jazz musicians, Magnum photographer Dennis Stock held strong opinions on what makes a lasting image. Documenting Stock before his death in 2010, Beyond Iconic takes us through his career and reveals how he captured such iconic pictures as James Dean walking through Times Square in the rain. We get privileged access into Stock’s photography workshop as he shares a lifetime of wisdom.” – Thom Powers, for the DOC NYC film festival at New York’s IFC Center, November 2011 Venues: www.downingfilmcenter.com (845-561-3686) www.thewherehouserestaurant.com Composer/mucians: http://www.teriroiger.com/ http://www.johnmenegon.com/ Film website: http://beyondiconic.com To hear an interview with director Hanna Sawka on National Public Radio station WAMC, please click here.webmaster note: Hanna Sawka is an UPWIFT member.