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ROMANE, JUIN 2016 AND BOLERO URUGUAY: SHORT FILMS BY JUAN WUATERS

Thursday, April 11 at 8 PM

Doors 7:30 PM; $5 admission

Juan Wauters is an artist based in Queens, New York who experiments with music and visual arts. This program includes two videos that show life though Juan’s eyes. Romane, Juin 2016 Juan builds a video-portrait of Romane, a 19-year-old, postal service worker, living in a small village of France as she goes through her daily chores. The second part of the program is Bolero Uruguay, a video montage to Ravel’s Bolero. In both videos Juan portrays life at its pace. Driven by curiosity, the camera stares at people living their lives. FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!

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