>Following is the schedule and information about an unusual President's
>Program scheduled for ALA Midwinter. There will be a Video NiteCap,
>Saturday - Monday evenings, 9-12pm, each night. Everyone is invited to
>attend at no charge and enjoy an evening of fine movies.
>Please read below, and go to the links provided should you wish to find
>out more about all of the films. The location of the room will be made
>The schedule, and the links to the films and their descriptions, are:
>Saturday: The Trials of Henry Kissinger (80 minutes)
> with Ducktators (52 minutes)
>Sunday: Chomsky (74 minutes)
> with Etoiles (98 minutes)
>Monday: The Stone Reader (127 minutes)
> with Isaac Babel (52 minutes)
>The three feature movies are all outstanding and the second movies each
>night are also good.
>For your information, the Kissinger & Chomsky movies are playing in
>first-run theaters in NYC. The Kissinger movie will soon be opening
>around the country.
>Stone Reader will be opening in NYC early in 2003, and has been showing
>around the country.
>Through the auspices of First Run Features/Icarus Films, Eugene Jerecki,
>the Kissinger filmmaker, will be present Saturday night to present "The
>Trials of Henry Kissinger."
>Mark Moskowitz will be there for the showing of his film, The Stone
>Reader, and will introduce it on Monday night.
>Jonathon Miller of First Run/Icarus plans to attend Saturday or Sunday.
>The Video Round Table is co-sponsoring the event. Five of the six films
>have been made available by First Run Features/Icarus Films, and the
>Stone Reader has been made available by Mark Moskowitz, the filmmaker.
>We are grateful to Seymour Wishman, President of First Run
>Features/Icarus Films, for making his films available, and also to Mark
>Moskowitz for Stone Reader.
>An unnamed--for the time being--sponsor is underwriting the cost of the
>projection equipment and the projectionist.
>I hope you will plan to attend one or more of the programs.
>I encourage you to forward this message to any other lists on which
>there may be Midwinter attendees who might be interested in seeing the
>Maurice J. Freedman, MLS, PhD
>President of the American Library Association
>Director, Westchester (NY) Library System
>410 Saw Mill River Road - Suite 1000
>Ardsley, NY 10502-2605
>voice (914) 674-3600 x223; fax: (914) 674-4193
Audiovisual Director & Webmaster
Danville Public Library
319 N. Vermilion, Danville, IL 61832
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