Afterimage

A bimonthly magazine devoted to media art and cultural criticism for the photography, film, video and visual book community. Publishes feature articles of investigative reporting or scholarly research, interviews, essays, reviews of media arts publication

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 2, September

A Time for Justice
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), founded in 1971 in Montgomery Alabama, has an impressive record of achievement in prosecuting supremacists, Klansmen, and other hate groups. Center co-founder and Chief Trial Counsel Morris Dees continues to work...
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Changing Channels: Media Arts in the '90S
a roundtable series of "Scratching the Belly of the Beast: Cutting Edge Media in Los Angeles, 1922-1994" organized by Film Forum Los Angeles, CA February 23, March 9, 23 In her introductory essay in the catalog for the festival "Scratching the Belly...
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Filming: The Face of the Future
The International School for Film and Television (EICTV) is the project of the New Latin American Cinema Movement. Nicknamed the School of Three Worlds, it opened its doors in 1986 with Fernando Birri, a pioneer of the movement, as its first director....
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Human Rights Watch International Film Festival
Loews Village Theater, New York City April 29-May 12 Inevitably, following one of the screenings at the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, an audience member will stand up, deeply moved, and say, "I think everybody everywhere should see...
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NEA 1994 Visual Arts Organizations Grants
The Visual Arts Program of the National Endowment for the Arts recently announced grant recipients in its organizations and periodicals category for fiscal year 1994. This year is the second in which the periodicals were announced in the same category...
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One Way or Another: The Havana Film Festival and Contemporary Cuban Film
In December of 1993, Fresa y Chocolate (Strawberries and Chocolate, 1993) swept the awards at the Havana Film Festival (officially Festival del Nuevo Cine Latino-Americana 15, or the 15th New Latin American Film Festival). The film won the top overall...
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Teaching Tolerance
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), founded in 1971 in Montgomery Alabama, has an impressive record of achievement in prosecuting supremacists, Klansmen, and other hate groups. Center co-founder and Chief Trial Counsel Morris Dees continues to work...
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