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                                               Mark Wasserbach

                                                       NEW SCULPTURE

                                      OPENING RECEPTION    SATURDAY  MAY 23

                                                           6:00 -  8:00 P.M.

                                                   20 MAY - 21 JUNE  2013

 
 

 

 

BASILICA SCREENINGS SERIES BEGINS!

May 22 // kick-off screenings with Ahewsh, Asili, Murata
June 4 // Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One
June 11 // Citizenfour
June 25 // Sugarcoated Arsenic + other recent films by Kevin Jerome Everson

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Friday, May 22, 8 PM // HQTBD SCREENING PROGRAM
All filmmakers will be present to discuss their work!


Many Thousands Gone, Ephraim Asili, 2015, 8 min
Kissing Point, Peggy Ahwesh, 2014, 15 min
Lessons of War, Peggy Ahwesh, 2014, 5 min
OM Rider, Takeshi Murata, 2014, 11 min

Thursday, June 4, 8 PM // SYMBIOPSYCHOTAXIPLASM: TAKE ONE BY WILLIAM GREAVES
Part of the season-long series, Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968-1986 programmed by Jake Perlin and Michelle Materre for Film Society of Lincoln Center


A docufiction, a narrative experiment, a film about making a film, a crew without a director, a time capsule of New York, a barometer of the culture: process, form, and personality collide in Greaves’s classic, about which no superlatives can be overused and whose influence cannot be overstated. – Jake Perlin

Thursday, June 11, 8 PM // CITIZENFOUR BY LAURA POITRAS
2014 Academy Award® Winner - Best Documentary Feature


Citizenfour is a “100% real-life espionage thriller” which follows filmmaker Laura Poitras as she meets Edward Snowden, the whistle-blower on the covert surveillance programs run by the NSA and other intelligence agencies. A narrative that will leave you on the edge of your seat as it inexorably moves toward its conclusion.

Thursday, June 25, 8 PM // SUGARCOATED ARSENIC + OTHER RECENT FILMS BY KEVIN JEROME EVERSON
Filmmaker will be present to discuss his work!

The profound films of Kevin Jerome Everson depict the lives of working class African-Americans. From factory workers, Cleveland Water Department technicians, magicians, student activists, and actors, Everson explores these stories through an acute sensibility. His playful yet incisive observations into race and the socio-economic conditions of his subjects portrays an American experience not represented often enough on the big screen. 

 

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The Campaign for the NEW Hudson Area Library presents:

 

 

The Cider Project at

Café Le Perche

 

      

 

                                                                                                                                              Come celebrate at Café Le Perche on Friday, June 12th.

Taste a mix of local and French hard ciders

along with delicious entrees created especially to enhance

the hottest alcoholic beverage in the country.

 

·      5 Hard Ciders

·      4 Special Entrée Pairings

·       The “Apple Blossom” – a new and spirited mixed drink                                             

 

 

Advance dinner reservations are required. Call Café Le Perche, 230 Warren St., Hudson. 518.822.1850

 

10% of all proceeds will go to

The Campaign for the NEW Hudson Area Library.