cinatura posterDate:
03.25.2011 6:30pm
Venue/Location:
Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS as of February 23, 2011
*schedule subject to change

Friday, March 25 - Admission $10 (6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

6:30 p.m. Opening Remarks
6:35 p.m. "Moth Light" (1963, 4 min)
Directed by Stan Brakhage
A "found foliage" film compsed of insects, leaves and other detritus sandwiched between two
strips of perforated tape
"Fog Line" (1970, 11 min) - Directed by Larry Gottheim
"Kiri (Fog)" (1970, 5 min) - Directed by Takahiko Iimura
"Brazil Postcard" (4 min) - Directed by Neil Ira Needleman
7:10 p.m. BREAK
7:30 p.m. CINATURA Buried Film Screening with Live Score by The Living Screen

Saturday, March 26 - Admission $10 (12 p.m. - 10 p.m.)

12 p.m. "Star Garden" (1974, 22 min) - Directed by Stan Brakhage
"Back to Nature" (1976, 20 min) - Directed by George Kuchar
"Geologic Time" (1989, 6 min) - Directed by Skip Battaglia
"Cry of the Marsh" (1967, 12 min) - Directed by Robert Hartkopf
"Himalayan Footage" - Directed by Mike Kuchar
"The Man Who Planted Trees" (1988, 30 min)
Directed by Frederic Back
The story of one shepherd's long and successful effort to reforest a desolate valley.
Winner of the 1988 Academy AwardTM for Best Animated Short Film, as well as several
other prestigious awards
2 p.m. Nature Hike
3 p.m. "Koyannisqatsi: Life Out of Balance" (1982, 86 min)
Directed by Godfrey Reggio, Music by Philip Glass
A "visual concert" of images set to the music of Philip Gllass
5 p.m. DINNER BREAK
Visit some of Millersburg's fine dining establishments!
7:30 p.m. "Dreamland" (2009, 89 min)
Leading up to the country's greatest economic crisis, the government of Iceland started the
largest mega-project in its history: the construction of the biggest dam in Europe to provide
Alcoa cheap electricity for an aluminum smelter in the country's iconic, rugged fjords

Sunday, March 27 - Family Day! Admission $10 (12 p.m. - 5 p.m.)

12 p.m. Family Activity: Make Your Own Solar Prints!
2 p.m. "Dot and the Kangaroo" (1977, 71 min)
Directed by Yoram Gross
A little girl named Dot is lost in the Australian bush, and she befriends a kangaroo who,
with the help of the other animals, help her find her way home

CINATURA FILM FESTIVAL ADMISSION:
Friday Evening $10
Saturday Pass $10
Sunday Pass $10
Full Festival Pass $20

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