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Premiere of When We Stop Counting

Facebook | Premiere of When We Stop Counting Please join us at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center on October 26th at 7 PM for the premiere of When We Stop Counting. Students and directors Brent Meier and Elisabeth Reinkordt will be answering questions following the screening. The film will also be premiering in … Continue reading »

This is exciting

Ben Russell is on Vimeo. Daumë from Ben Russell on Vimeo. (7:00, 16mm, color/B/W, sound, 2000) “One of the strangest films I have ever seen; its characters come and go as if they’re ‘primitives’ posing for the camera, either obeying or fighting an ethnographer’s controlling eye.” – Fred Camper, Chicago Reader That’s the first film … Continue reading »

Home Grown Film Festival

“Homegrown” Film Festival@ the Bourbon Theatre 1415 ‘O’ Street – April 3rd, 9pmFeaturing local cinema arts on the big screen. Free Admission-Free Popcorn Playlist “The Girl Who Could Run 600 Miles Per Hour” ~20mins Directed by: Mark Thimijan “I Want You To Know Something That Is True” ~2mins Directed by: Jake Gillespie “Neighbors” ~5mins Directed … Continue reading »

Photo equipment for sale

There is a Bogen enlarger at the Salvation Army at 48th & Leighton going for $30. It has the lens, but no contrast grading plates. Looked to be in decent shape, though, and the bellows worked fine, no apparent light leaks. I already have an enlarger, so go pick it up if you’re in the … Continue reading »

TIE Returns to the Ross

The fantastically curated TIE collection is returning to the Ross this Wednesday & Thursday. The past two years, Lincoln has been blessed with great programs and presentation from Christopher May, TIE’s curator. This year should be no exception: Since 2000, the internationally-based TIE festival has been a leading champion of artists still working in the … Continue reading »