The Dallas Movie Screening Group

This is the homepage of the Dallas Movie Screening Group. To join our mailing list you must sign up at our group page on Yahoo. You will then be connected to receive notices on how to find passes to the local screenings in the DFW area. It's up to you to pickup or sign up for passes. You can also barter, trade or just giveaway passes you don't want, need or share with other members of the group. Please read the instructions on the Yahoo page very carefully before posting. This group is closely moderated so that your mail box is not full of spam or other unnecessary mail. We appreciate everyone's consideration and cooperation.

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Thursday, October 22, 2015

Expanded Cinema IV





EXPANDED CINEMA IV – SUNDAY, OCT 25 AT 8 pm

Expanded Cinema is a program of video art works wrapping the exterior of the Omni Dallas Hotel, Texas, with audio simulcast by 91.7 KXT. This year’s edition, curated by Justine Ludwig, Director of Exhibitions/Senior Curator at Dallas Contemporary, will consist of works by artists from across the country addressing the inter-relationship of memory and place. Artists include Andrea Sisson, Andrew Scott, Jeff Gibbons, Gregory Ruppe, Jordan Tate, Wyatt Niehaus, Chris Collins, Joey Versoza, Michael Morris, Rick Silva, Darryl Laster, Pierre Krause, and Kris Pierce.

Each piece has been specifically designed for display on the large exterior LEDs on the Omni Hotel Dallas. Expanded Cinema, first presented in 2012, was named the number one art event in Dallas by several local news publications and attracted media attention worldwide. This year, Expanded Cinema will close VideoFest in the week after the festival on Sunday, Oct 25 at 8 pm. This unique public art project has already added cultural prestige to the City of Dallas.

Justine Ludwig – Curator of Expanded Cinema 2015:
“For this iteration of Expanded Cinema, I worked to pull together artists from Dallas and across the country to create a compelling and diverse selection of videos.

“The artists approached the surface of the Omni as a skin and have drawn upon the dissociative nature of having a display where many individuals are experiencing it without being aware of the nature of the work.

“Each artist has taken a unique approach to the surface of the building—rising to the challenge of this atypical mode of display.”



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DALLAS VIDEOFEST 28



Connect with VideoFest: (#DVF28 and #DVF28ExpandedCinema4):

Dallas VideoFest:
http://videofest.org

Expanded Cinema:
http://videofest.org/expanded-cinema/

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https://twitter.com/videofest

Instagram:
http://instagram.com/videofest


About Dallas VideoFest 28:

VideoFest (VideoFest.org) is now the oldest and largest video festival in the United States and continues to garner critical and popular acclaim. VideoFest prides itself on bringing films to the theater that are rarely available to be seen anywhere else. Films like Experimental/Art Films, Animation, Narrative and Documentary Shorts as well as Documentary and Narrative Features and some hard-to-find Classic TV episodes and Classic Films are often in the mix.


History of VideoFest: Cutting-Edge Art
Merging art and technology since 1987, VideoFest has specialized in independent, alternative, and non-commercial media, presenting hard-to-find works rarely seen on television, in movie theaters, or elsewhere, despite their artistic excellence and cultural and social relevance. Even in a Web 4.0 environment where everything is seemingly available on the Internet, the VideoFest provides curatorial guidance, a critical voice in the wilderness navigating the vast and diverse landscape of media, helping to interpret its cultural and artistic significance. The event provides a communal environment for real-time, face-to-face dialogue between makers and audiences.

Dallas VideoFest 28 Sponsors

MAJOR SPONSORS: Texas Commission on the Arts; Alford Media Services; KERA; KXT 91.7; CharlieUniformTango; City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs; Prekindle; KellyKitchensPR.com; Selig Polyscope Company; Jeff and Jani Leuschel; Jim and Deborah Nugent. Sponsors: AMS Pictures; Angelika Film Center Dallas; DocArts; Film Freeway; Half Price Books; Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau; NEA; Proof + Pantry; Jersey Mike’s on Greenville. Media Sponsor: Art&Seek; AMS Pictures; The Common Desk; Selig Film News; Sell.com Marketplace; SullivanPerkins; TCM: Turner Classic Movies; TheaterJones. Industry Sponsors: Dallas Film Commission; Texas Association of Film Commission.

ABOUT VIDEO ASSOCIATION OF DALLAS

The mission of the Video Association is to promote an understanding of video as a creative medium and cultural force in our society, and to support and advance the work of Texas artists working in video and the electronic arts. The Video Association of Dallas (VAD) is a 501(c)(3) organization incorporated on April 25, 1989. It began in 1986 as a weekend event, “Video As A Creative Medium”, presented at the Dallas Museum of Art by independent curators Barton Weiss and John Held. That first event, which included two nights of video by selected local and national video artists, was a great popular success, which led to the founding of the Dallas Video Festival (DVF) in 1987. Video Association of Dallas also presents the 24 Hour Video Race, the Texas Show Tour, North Texas College Film Festival, Texas Filmmakers Production Fund workshops, Three Star Cinema, and other programs throughout the year.

VIDEO ASSOCIATION OF DALLAS 1405 Woodlawn Dallas, TX 75208






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