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Entries by Barbara Ann O'Leary
This week A Place For Film editor Barbara Ann O’Leary had a chance to connect with Nzingha Kendall about her Four Seasons film installation taking place at the I Fell Building this Thursday, her commitment to supporting the work of experimental women filmmakers, and her engagement with IU Cinema. BOL: You’ve been involved with IU… Read more »
This spring IU Cinema has launched a new Staff Selects Film Series providing Cinema staff members with the exciting opportunity to share some of our favorite films with our community. There are so many films I can imagine wanting to screen, but the instant that IU Cinema’s Business Manager Carla Cowden first proposed the series Andrea… Read more »
This Saturday IU Cinema will present a World Premiere of a new orchestral score for Body and Soul. To learn more about what was involved in creating a completely new score for a silent film, I spoke with Eun-Chul “Charlie” Oh—IU student, composer, and 2016 winner of the Jon Vickers Film Scoring Award; and Larry Groupé, an Emmy Award… Read more »
A Place For Film editor Barbara Ann O’Leary chatted this week with experimental filmmaker Matt Lutz, whose work will screen Saturday at IU Cinema during the 2017 Iris Film Festival. BOL: You have two films in the 2017 Iris Film Festival: Thunderstorm (0:30) and Western Segment (7:19). Can you share a little about the films and… Read more »
Earlier this week The Library of Congress announced this year’s additions to the National Film Registry, “showcasing the range and diversity of American film heritage.” Starting in 1989 each year the National Film Registry has identified 25 “works of enduring importance to American culture,” earmarking them for preservation. The registry contains a remarkable range of films, including feature… Read more »