ATLANTA PHILOSOPHY FILM FESTIVAL - WAYNE SHORTER DOCUMENTARY - FREE
Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
6th Annual Atlanta Philosophy Film Festival - An annual exhibition of provocative, intelligent, & moving truly independent cinema.
*** ADMISSION IS FREE / ALL AGES WELCOME ***
*** NOW SHOWING ***
THE LANGUAGE OF THE UNKNOWN - A FILM ABOUT THE WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET -- 56 minutes
dir. Guido Lukoschek
Synopsis: "The language of the unknown“ faces the great saxophonist and his band with a concert footage, which originated on November 3, 2012, in the Salle Pleyel in Paris and observes the effect of the music on their creators, who are normally much too busy with creating the new rather than to deal with music already played. Thereby, surprising insights into the essence of their music open up, as well as the realization that true Creator-Spirit goes far beyond pure virtuosity.
WHEN: Saturday, March 29th Show starts promptly at 7pm
WHERE: Cinefest Film Theater
Georgia State University,
University Center, 2nd floor
66 Courtland St SE, Suite 240,
Atlanta, GA 30303
ALSO SCREENING MARCH 29th at 7pm...
POSITIVE -- 28 minutes dir. Polina Kelm Synopsis: Lena, Taya and Tamara used to edit other people’s movies all their life by working with positive film tape only and are afraid of computers. They breed cats, watch Oscar Award ceremonies every year and secretly dream about work on movies like "Avatar." All their life they remain on a backstage of the cinema world, on the other side of the screen. And now it’s their time to come to the stage...
MONA -- 13 minutes dir. Alexis Barbosa Synopsis: Gary, a robotics engineer, has developed a domestic android named Mona. He brings the humanoid robot home to carry out some tests. How will Gary 's wife Marie react?
IN PRAISE OF SHADOWS -- 2 minutes dir. Joon Sung Synopsis: Inspired by the aesthetic point of view what the Japanese author Junichiro Tanizaki argued. He finds beauty not in the thing itself but in the patterns of shadows, the light and the darkness, the one thing against another creates.
MOON (LUA) -- 11 minutes dir. Miguel Mariño Synopsis: A handmade voyage to the Moon
When & Where
Atlanta Philosophy Film Festival
The Atlanta Philosophy Film Festival is dedicated to philosophy films that exemplify the pursuit of knowledge through the moving image. Films that guide us through the questions and speak to the human condition and ultimately ask more questions of the audience than try to answer. In short, the thinking man's cinema.