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Remembering Award Winning Humanitarian Zelda Kaplan

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By Maria Esteves – March 3, 2012 If only one life is spared, my existence has been justified, is the way humanitarian, celebrity artist Zelda Kaplan (1916-2012) lived her life. An artist who collects rare African ritual carvings from West Africa, a Golf champion, a professional dancer, and trainer in Ballroom International and Cuban style. Zelda’s findings of rare African ritual carvings in West Africa inspired her humanitarian efforts on marital violence, FGM (Female Genital Mutilation),...

New York: 2010 Margret Mead Film & Video Festival

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The 34th edition of the M. Mead Film Festival presented 38 selections from November 11 to 14 at the American Museum of Natural History, its principal sponsor. This festival is the oldest documentary film festival in the United States and includes outstanding and innovative productions covering animation, experimental approaches, in addition to archival material and restored films with a large number not shown before in the New York metropolitan area. Transcending the strict ethnographic film a...

Margaret Mead Film Festival: Bringing International Documentaries To New York

 Wednesday, November 7-------------The Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival, the longest-running documentary film festival in the United States, celebrates 31 years of bringing international documentaries to New York audiences with an eclectic program of 29 films from all over the planet. The Festival will unspool at the American Museum of Natural History this coming weekend.The Festival surveys such timely topics as user-generated Web content, disability and community, struggles with sexual ...

Margaret Mead Film Festival Highlights International Documentary Talents

 Wednesday, November 7-------------The Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival, the longest-running documentary film festival in the United States, celebrates 31 years of bringing international documentaries to New York audiences with an eclectic program of 29 films from all over the planet. The Festival will unspool at the American Museum of Natural History this coming weekend.Other topics include user-generated Web content, disability and community, struggles with sexual identity in Iran, reinc...

Sarasota moonlight movies fall series

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The SARASOTA FILM FESTIVAL will present the 4th annual edition of MOONLIGHT MOVIES, the area’s premiere outdoor – always free of charge – film series. The series redefines movie watching by presenting these films in beautiful outdoor settings on a giant, two story inflatable movie screen with digital projection and surround sound. Attendees (and last year there were over 15,000) are encouraged to bring blankets and to enjoy picnic’s and outdoor fun before screenings. This year, the MOO...

Wildscreen jurors warn industry not to sacrifice content for style

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Jurors for the world’s biggest festival of natural history film and television have warned the industry not to sacrifice content for style simply because new technology is providing increased scope for innovation. Presenting the report from the Nominations Panel for WILDSCREEN 2006, jury chair and festival trustee Carol Haslam, said many of this year’s record 412 entries from 46 countries for the biennial Panda Awards showed the exciting possibilities changing technology offers. “At the hi...

The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival films on tour

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The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (JHWFF) is pleased to announce the best wildlife films of the year, from the recent 2005 Festival, are traveling around the country and overseas as part of their Best of Festival tour. Films from this most-prestigious wildlife film festival will be featured at screening events in Colorado, Washington D.C., and Alaska over the next few months.“We are thrilled to be launching the Festival tour this year,” notes Laura Johnson, Festival Director. “Our ...

James Cameron to receive Santa Barbara Award for Excellence in Nature Filmmaking

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The Santa Barbara International Film Festival announced today the lineup of honorees for the 21st annual Fest, February 2-12, 2006. Actors Philip Seymour Hoffman, Naomi Watts, and Heath Ledger will be honored at this year’s Fest. Also set to be recognized for his achievements in nature filmmaking is James Cameron. As previously announced, George Clooney will be the recipient of the Modern Master Award.Philip Seymour Hoffman will receive “The Riviera Award,” an award the Santa Barbara In...

Hamptons International Film Fest panels with filmmakers

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Panels, Readings, & Special Events with Industry Insiders at The 13th Annual Hamptons International Film Festival: October 19-23, 2005The Hamptons International Film Festival (October 19-23)offers a number of interactive events including Festival Panels at the Southampton Inn, Bookhampton Talks sponsored by Time Warner Books, the Cinematography Master Class with Declan Quinn, a Daily Town Hall at the Festival Lounge, the Industry Mentor Forum and Conversations with our Rising Star mentors Alec B...

International Wildlife Film Festival higlights

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The 28th International Wildlife Film FestivalApril 30 - May 7, 2005The 28th Annual International Wildlife Film Festival and The Tarkio Retreat - Bridging the Gaps in Media, Science & ConservationEvents Schedule:Saturday, April 30WildWalk Parade (FREE) Higgins Ave., Downtown MissoulaNew Parade time! - 12:30pmTheme: Wild, Wooly and WigglyWildlife Costume Parade for all ages! This event is free and open to all. Paraders meet at Circle Square at the Red XXXs in Downtown Missoula beginning at Noon.Wi...

Attenborough Award at Santa Barbara Film Festival

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Attenborough Award at Santa Barbara International Film Festival goes to...Sir David AttenboroughLeonardo got the red carpet. Sir David Attenborough got contagious applause. Total energy.Annette Bening and Kate Winslet got a hundred flashbulbs popping every minute.Sir David got reverence. Those who run the Santa Barbara International Film Festival know.The red carpet should belong to Sir David Attenborough. The festival’s artistic director Roger Durling gushed, threw around the words “rivetin...

Santa Barbara panels, ranging from music to made-for-the-big-screen mayhem

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PANELISTS PREPARE TO TALK SHOP AT SANTA BARBARA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL SANTA BARBARA, CA—Each year, cinephiles and interested locals are drawn to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival for many reasons, a number of which are the thought-provoking panels, which traditionally attract the names behind some of Hollywood’s best big-budget and independent films.This year will be no exception. An assortment of panels, ranging from music to made-for-the-big-screen mayhem, will offer pan...

First High-Definition Film Festival in Florida opens next week

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HDFEST will be presenting the first High-Definition film festival totake place in Florida August 6th and 7th in Fort Lauderdale. Theupcoming South Florida event is part of HDFEST's 2004 World Tour that istaking place this year in six cities: Sydney, Los Angeles, London, NewYork, Fort Lauderdale and Hämeenlinna, Finland. Events will be takingplace Friday August 6th at the Sunrise Gateway Theatre, and SaturdayAugust 7th at Art Serve in Fort Lauderdale. HDFEST's "high-definitiononly" screenings...

Jackson Digital Synthesis

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JACKSON HOLE ‘DIGITAL SYNTHESIS’ ANNOUNCES ITS RETURN TO SANTA BARBARA FOR 2004 TECH SYMPOSIUM The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival returns to Santa Barbara, California for its biennial Tech Symposium, DIGITAL SYNTHESIS, 2004. Slated for September 30-October 2, the three-day event is targeted specifically for media professionals interested in exploring the economic, logistical and creative dimensions of technological advances in the industry. Described by Festival Executive Director, Lisa...
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