100 Hour Project, Singing Bill O'Reilly & So Far Above Humans They Are
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
So Far Above Humans They Are
Directed by Amanda Stymeist, Elizabeth Lawrence
Runtime 10 minutes
Artist Elisabeth Chant (b.1865) was well known during the Arts and Crafts movement for her oil paintings and teaching. After Chant's death in 1947, hundreds of her watercolor paintings were discovered; along with a journal which documented her reoccurring psychic visions with the occult.
"So Far Above Humans They Are" contains excerpts, artwork and interpretations of Chant's journeys to and from the Astral World.
Singing Bill O'Reilly
DIrected by Carla Granat
Runtime 27 minutes
Director, Production team and Igor Keller are Expected to Attend
'Singing Bill O'Reilly' introduces viewers to the man who turned a lawsuit into art. In 2004, pundit Bill O'Reilly was sued by Andrea Mackris. After the settlement was announced, Seattle composer Igor Keller created a Baroque-style oratorio from the legal complaint. Follow Igor as he strives to realize his vision in a memorable, intriguing, humorous, shocking, and inspiring performance.
The 100 Hour Project
Directed by Brian Nunes
Runtime 46 Minutes
Filmmaker Expected to Attend
A struggling musician risks everything on a project he hopes will change the direction of his career and away from a lifetime of bar gigs.
In 100 hours, he hopes to write and record, with the help of talented friends, the best album of his young career and put his name among one of the artists to watch for in the music industry.