Cellular Circuitry – June lineup! Brooklyn, Detroit, San Francisco, Santa Fe!

 

Cellular Circuitry will be playing at the following events in June:

Selected screening/Installation – Visionfest | Brooklyn, NY

June 20-24, 2012

“Domani Vision Film Society, Inc. (DVFS), is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded to encourage, represent, promote, and cultivate independent film and other media production throughout the United States, through film festivals, educational forums, project planning initiatives, and networking opportunities.  Dedicated to “bringing you tomorrow’s visionaries today,” DVFS will  bring forth production resources and make those available to its members and to all participating entities in order to introduce and expand upon the many opportunities that exist in film and media production.  The quasi-public objective for which the corporation was formed is to encourage economic development through independent film and media production.”

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Selected screening – Detroit Windsor International Film Festival | Detroit, MI

June 20 – 24, 2012

I have a special place in my heart for Detroit. I lived in Ann Arbor for 8 years and worked in Detroit at the College for Creative Studies for 6 years. Good people live there and it’s gonna be a great festival for sure!

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Screening – ASIFA San Francisco Spring Show | San Francisco, CA

Friday, June 15, 2012

I am really looking forward to this screening!!!

I will be moving to the Bay Area at the end of this week. I am super excited to be able to show my work to the local animation community!!

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Currents 2012 Santa Fe International New Media Festival

June 23 – July 7 2012

I will be screening “Cellular Circuitry” as part of an installation exhibit at El Museo Cultural and my film “Continuum INfinitum” as part of the Digital Dome screenings at the Institute of American Indian Arts.

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