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FILM SCREENINGS

  • The Feeling of Power

    1990. USA. Robert Beck. 9 min.

  • Put Blood in the Music

    1989. USA. Charles Atlas. 75 min.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011, 7:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • The Feeling of Power

    1990. USA. Directed by Robert Beck. Music by Stephen Vitiello, Shin Shimokawa. A powerful collage of images and music, The Feeling of Power compares the “facts” captured by the camcorder with facts about the history of AIDS. This compelling call to action indicts the government’s refusal to acknowledge New York’s peaking AIDS epidemic in the late 1980s. 9 min.

  • Put Blood in the Music

    1989. USA. Directed by Charles Atlas. Concentrating on downtown art and music figures such as John Zorn and Karen Finley, Atlas’s fast-paced Put Blood in the Music is a visually striking document of the downtown New York music scene of the 1980s. 75 min.

In the Film exhibition Looking at Music 3.0

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