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Paul Taylor: Creative Domain

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Friday October 2
7:00p (w/ discussion with dancer Amy Kleinedorst via Skype)
Saturday October 3
Sunday October 4
Monday-Thursday October 5-8

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“…we’re shown what the camera has seldom been able to record: a great choreographer at work on a new piece…” –Alastair Macaulay, New York Times

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Listen To Me Marlon

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Friday-Sunday October 2-4

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Based on 200 hours of recently discovered recordings, Stevan Riley assembles a self-portrait of a deeply troubled man with insecurities, alliances, creative genius to burn, and sexual magnetism.

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Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival presents Two Films by Aviva Kempner: Rosenwald

Rosenwald 550Aviva Kempner will be in attendance!

“Critic’s Pick … rich and fascinating.” –New York Times

After Julius Rosenwald—the uneducated son of an immigrant peddler who became the president of Sears—read the writings of educator Booker T. Washington, he went on a mission: to work with African American communities to build schools. And he did, more than 5,300 during the Jim Crow, pre-Civil Rights era. His support of African American intellectuals and artists left a powerful legacy, with Marian Anderson, James Baldwin, Ralph Bunche, W. E. B. DuBois, Katherine Dunham, Ralph Ellison, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Gordon Parks, Jacob Lawrence and many others given funds to pursue their work. The award-winning filmmaker Aviva Kempner tells Rosenwald’s forgotten story. (U.S., 2015, 90m, DCP)

7:30p Saturday, October 3 - Tickets available HERE or call 505-231-5874.

A desert reception follows the screening of Rosenwald!

Santa Fe Jewish Film Festival presents Two Films by Aviva Kempner: The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg

HankGreenberg 550Aviva Kempner will be in attendance!

“An unabashed valentine to baseball's Hall of Fame slugger  … valuable as history and resonant with meaning for today.” –New York Times

Aviva Kempner explores the life and career of Hank Greenberg, the first major Jewish baseball star in the Major Leagues, and an eventual Hall of Famer, who broke boundaries and fought bigotry with his stardom. (U.S., 2000, 90m)

11:00a Sunday, October 4 - Tickets available HERE or call (505) 231-5874.

Don’t miss the optional "ballpark bites" lunch after Greenberg!