“Fellows’ Favorites” Cinematic Series to Include Film on Andy Goldsworthy Project
For Immediate Release
October 06, 2005
Clark Fellows will introduce their favorite flicks to the public this fall during the series “Fellows’ Favorites Films” at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. Clark Fellows have chosen a film that they love, find special, or inspires them, and will give a five-minute talk preceding each screening. This free series, held on selected Thursdays at 7:30 pm in the Clark’s auditorium, begins October 20 with Jamón, Jamón (A Tale of Ham and Passion) (1992, 95 minutes) introduced by Clark Fellow Julien Chapuis.
Upcoming films in the series include In the Mood for Love (Fa yeung nin wa) (2000, 98 minutes) on November 3 introduced by Ting Chang, Videodrome (1983, 87 minutes) introduced by John Tagg on November 10, One, Two, Three (Eins, Zwei, Drei) (1961, 115 minutes) on November 17 introduced by Mark Jarzombek, Rivers and Tides: Andy Goldsworthy Working with Time (2001, 90 minutes) on December 1 with an extended introduction by Molly Donovan, curator of the Andy Goldsworthy project, and The Triumph of Love (Le Triomphe de l’amour) (2001, 112 minutes) introduced by Melissa Hyde on December 8.
The Clark announced 14 Clark Fellows for the 2005-2006 academic year. Fellowships are awarded to national and international scholars, critics, and museum professionals whose work extends and enhances the understanding of the visual arts and their role in culture. The program encourages a critical commitment to research in the theory, history, and interpretation of works from all periods and genres.
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