RE:CONVERSATIONS :: LATE NIGHT WITH CARL SAGAN :: Shanna Maurizi talks Experimental Film, Science, and Existential Crisis with Tara Plath
[vimeo_video height="300" autoplay="no"]https://vimeo.com/106237316[/vimeo_video] [box] In this special edition of our RE:CONVERSATIONS series, Filmmaker Shanna Maurizi joins Artist/Writer Tara Plath in dialogue around Maurizi's recent experimental project, LATE NIGHT WITH CARL SAGAN. Shot entirely on an iPhone with homemade props and frame-by-frame animation,
Baby's all grown up! From its humble, DIY origins six years ago, Bushwick Open Studios [BOS] has blossomed into a behemoth of truly staggering proportions. This year, the festival -- highlighting arts and culture born and bred in this vibrant, buzzing, quarter of the Brooklyn creative map -- hosts an almost unbelievable 545 Events. It's a veritable smorgasbord, and like all festivals of this type is sure to include the good, bad, and the ugly. But the ugly could in fact be simply challenging, and you might just stumble onto the private studio of someone you'll later be able to say, "oh wow, I went to their show back in Bushwick in 2012!" -- but of course Bushwick itself has grown both as a real estate alternative and a refuge for artists fleeing rising rents in other parts of the city, and the weekend now hosts many artists already quite well known, represented, and collected internationally.