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The Rebuilt Environments: Videos & Films by Jason Livingston

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 at 8 PM

Jason Livingston is a film and video maker from Upstate New York. His work has been programmed at many festivals and venues, including the Rotterdam International Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, the Austrian Film Museum, the Margaret Mead Film Festival, Ann Arbor and more. In addition to making moving images, he has worked in film exhibition, most notably with THAW in the late 1990s and with Cornell Cinema from 2002 – 2004. He occasionally writes about cinema for such publications as The Brooklyn Rail. Tonight’s program includes UNDER FOOT & OVERSTORY (16mm, 35’, 2005): a thesis on the rebuilt environment and the home of language, and #RUSHES (work in progress, 16mm, 12.5’, silent w/ talking, 2012): the first year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. FILMMAKER IN ATTENDANCE!

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