- Where: Tucson and Sells
When: Feb 27-Mar 1, 2012
All films and events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.
7:00pm: ON THE ICE
Writer/Director Andrew Okpeaha MacLean will be in attendance for Q&A following the film. Pizza will be served!
Grace St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams St. (1 block south of the Arizona Inn)
Tuesday, February 28
1:00pm: ON THE ICE
Writer/Director Andrew Okpeaha MacLean will be in attendance. This screening will be followed by a discussion on Native voices moderated by Sundance Institute Native American and Indigineous Program Manager, Owl Johnson.
Tohono O'odham Nation Recreation Center, Sells, Arizona
2:00 - 3:30pm:
Student Workshop with GREEN WAVE director Ali Samadi Ahadi exploring Documentary Filmmaking, Social Media and the Arab Spring with Professors Matt Flannes, Beverly Seckinger, and Maggy Zanger
Venue partners: University of Arizona Middle Eastern and North African Studies; University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film and Television; University of Arizona School of Journalism
University of Arizona campus, Harvill Room 201
5:00pm: Filmmaker Reception
With Film Forward filmmakers Mike Mills, Ali Samadi Ahadi and Andrew MacLean Okpeaha in attendance, as well as team members from Sundance Institute's Film Forward and the Native American & Indigenous Programs. Refreshments provided.
Tucson Museum of Art, 140 N. Main Ave.
Thursday, March 1
9:30am: (Private Event)
Student Workshop with BEGINNERS writer/director Mike Mills and Professor Lisanne Skyler. Script to Screen - how to transition from a Short filmmakers to a Feature filmmaker. Clips and short films from Mike Mills' body of work will be screened and discussed.
Venue Partner: University of Arizona School of Theatre , Film and Television.
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The Loft is a nonprofit, community-supported cinema that honors the vision of filmmakers, celebrates ideas and promotes the appreciation and understanding of the art of film.
The Loft Cinema has been a mission-driven, membership-supported nonprofit arts organization since November 2002, serving the greater Tucson area and all of Southern Arizona.
Without The Loft, audiences in Southern Arizona would not have access to the many films and visiting filmmakers who have enriched Tucson’s cultural identity. The Loft’s signature events are screenings with filmmaker Q&As, with more than 450 film industry professionals and scholars visiting the theatre to date. The Loft screens new independent American and foreign films and documentaries, along with classic art films, interactive events including a monthly short film contest, sing-a-longs and cult favorites. Every year The Loft has dozens of community partners working to create community and raise awareness of a myriad of issues.
The University of Arizona Film & Television Program prepares students to create, to produce, and to understand the art and business of film and television. It sustains excellence in the teaching of creative expression, aesthetic appreciation, practical knowledge, and scholarship of film, television, related media and their relationships to other arts. The Program provides professional preparation in the art of filmmaking, as well as preparing students for scholarly activity in media arts. It encourages interdisciplinary teaching and research within the College of Fine Arts and promotes public understanding of media through outreach in Arizona and the Southwest.
The School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies (MENAS) is a multi-disciplinary department focusing on the region known as the Near or Middle East, which includes the Arab world, Iran, Israel and Turkey, providing a full range of language courses in Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Hebrew (through Judaic Studies).
The Tucson Chinese Association is a nonprofit (501C3) corporation that promotes, sponsors, and educates the community relating to the Chinese culture and heritage via activities and the Tucson Chinese School throughout the year.
"Connecting Art to Life."
Grace St. Paul's is actively involved in outreach to those in need within the larger community of Tucson and Southern Arizona.
Outreach Partners include:
University of Arizona: College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Latin American Studies, American Indian Studies, International Student Programs and Services, Institute for LGBT Studies, Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, College of Humanities, College of Architecture; International Rescue Center; Iskashitaa Refugee Harvesting Group; Jewish Refugee Resettlement of Southern Arizona; Tucson International Alliance of Refugee Communities; Tucson Refugee Ministry; Catholic Social Service Migration and Refugee Services; IFASA (Independent Filmmakers Assoc. of So. Az); Girls Make Media; Pan Left; Pima Community College Film and Video Department; Tucson Film Office; IFP Phoenix; Arizona Daily Star; Cox Communications; Tucson Pima Arts Council; Pima County Library; Pima Council on Aging; Planned Parenthood; Urban League; YMCA International Diversity Committee; Dunbar Project; Yelp; Antigone Books; Literacy Connects; Alliance Fund; Ron Barber Fund for Civility, Respect and Understanding; Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation; Amerind Foundation; Wingspan; Arizona Public Media; American Institute of Architects Tucson Chapter; Tucson Jewish Community Center; The Alliance Fund; Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Planned Parenthood; Tucson Urban League; Tohono O'odham Community College; University of Arizona School of Journalism