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ART TODAY 02.03.18 New Adventures in Art: A short-film documentary on the works of Robert Soffian

ART TODAY 02.03.18 New Adventures in Art: A short-film documentary on the works of Robert Soffian

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A Short film directed and produced by Amos Soffian
Amos is an LA based writer and film director link. You can find more of his work at http://funnyordie.com/m/bd8d.

PanaFest-LA director Carlos Carrasco invites you to watch the trailer, “The Last Colony,” by 4x Emmy Award director Juan Agustín Márquez – A close look at Puerto Rico’s unique relationship with the U.S. + benefit screening 11.4.17

PanaFest-LA director Carlos Carrasco invites you to watch the trailer, “The Last Colony,” by 4x Emmy Award director Juan Agustín Márquez – A close look at Puerto Rico’s unique relationship with the U.S. + benefit screening 11.4.17

The one thing I want to make clear, is that my agenda is not political. Having said that, I also am a great believer that art should not happen in a vacuum. I don’t believe in chamber art. I don’t see that as a function of art. I think art connects us to the world.

A political filmmaker’s swan song chronicles a haunting close to an artist’s life

A political filmmaker’s swan song chronicles a haunting close to an artist’s life

When film publicist Sasha Berman sends something over, we pay close attention to her indie films, which have artistic characteristics different from U.S. films — a certain rawness. They are culturally based, provative, and the subtitles give the film an even more intriguing perspective, as we found it so with her most recent premiere, AFTERIMAGE. Los Angeles Times film critic Robert Abele had this to say:

Andrzej Wajda’s “Afterimage” feels vividly connected to the Polish auteur’s beginnings, yet also acts as the kind of haunting close that sums up a life.

A political filmmaker’s swan song chronicles a haunting close to an artist’s life

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