Crooked Beauty Screening and Artist Talk with Ken Paul Rosenthal
Screening and Artist Talk with Ken Paul Rosenthal
Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Screening: 5:00-5:45pm | Nick Mirkopoulus Screening Room (Accolade East 004)
Artist Talk: 6:00-7:00pm | The Sensorium Research Loft (Room M333, 4th Floor CFA)
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Join us Tuesday, October 8th for the screening of Crooked Beauty in the Nick Mirkopoalus Screening Room, followed by an artist talk with artist, educator and filmmaker Ken Paul Rosenthal in the Sensorium Research Loft.
“Ken Paul Rosenthal is an independent filmmaker and educator. His recent films explore the geography of madness through the regenerative power of nature, urban landscapes, home movies, and archival footage from social hygiene films. His early work employed alternative photochemical and bacterial processes, direct manipulation techniques, and multiple projection performance. Ken is the recipient of a Kodak Cinematography Award, numerous festival awards, and is recognized for his media work in mental health advocacy. He holds an MA in Creative & Interdisciplinary Arts, an MFA in Cinema Production, and has taught film as a means of cultivating personal vision and community in workshops and universities in North America and abroad.”
Crooked Beauty is the recipient of multiple awards including Grand Prize, Best Documentary Short at the US Super 8 Film & Digital Video Festival, First Place International Documentary Short at the FICSAM Mental Health Int’l Film Festival and Best Documentary Short at the Mendocino Film Festival.
This event is free and open to the public, light refreshments will be provided.