Directed by Women: Experimental Short Films

September 2nd 2015 @ 6:00pm to @ 10:00pm
Hazelbaker Lecture Hall (Room E159)
Herman B Wells Library
1320 E 10th St
Bloomington, IN 47405

Media Services will host a buffet of experimental film shorts on Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 6-10pm, in the Wells Library, Hazelbaker Lecture Hall (Room 159).  Founded by IU Cinema staffer Barbara Ann O’Leary, the Directed by Women international film movement calls film lovers everywhere to watch as many films by women directors as possible during a 15 day ‘Worldwide Film Viewing Party’ Sept. 1 to 15.

 

Attendees will be treated to fascinating experimental works by local and IU alumni filmmakers to include: Barbara Ann O’Leary, Jülide Etem, Laura Ivins, Marie Ullrich, and Nzingha Kendall to name a few. Other contributing filmmakers include: Alethea Arnaquq-Baril, Barbara Hammer, Cecilia Barriga, Julie Dash, Lauren Cook, Leslie Raymond, Maureen Blackwood, Nikki Pinney and lots more! We invite you to come share in this movement.

 

Thanks to Festival Committee Members: Barbara Ann O’Leary (IU), Monique Threatt (IU), Nzingha Kendall (IU), Joan Hawkins (IU), Russell Sheaffer (NYU), Jeremy Harmon (IU), Laura Ivins (IU), Noelle Griffis (NYU), and Megan R. Brown (IU) for their invaluable contributions to the project.   Light snacks permitted.

 

See the Media Beat blog for a tentative schedule of events and film titles.

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Amenities

  • Building Access Use ground level, north entrance of the Wells Library. This entrance has electronic doors. Entrance electronic doors are also available at M&RS, and at ground level bathrooms. Building Access
  • Media Showing RoomInstructors can make arrangements to show a film to large groups. Instructors can reserve either E174, 043, or 044B in the Wells Library. To schedule Room 044B, contact the Black Film Center/Archive at 812-855-6041. Media Showing Room
  • Reserve ServicesLibrary-owned and personal copy media items can be placed on reserve. One media item may be checked out and viewed in-house. Loan length for print reserves varies. Reserve Services
  • TechnologyA VHS-to-DVD converter machine is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Technology
  • Quiet Study SpaceAn open area is reserved for quiet study only. Quiet Study Space
  • ATMATM is located outside the cafe in the basement of the library. ATM
  • PrintingBlack & white page prints with print release station. Color printing is available on first floor of the Wells Library. Printing

Contact Info

Wells Library E046
Bloomington, IN 47405
(812) 855-1650
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(812) 855-1650

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