|Hillyer Art Space and RWUL proudly presents…
special curated screenings of Global Lens International Film Series 2010!
DATE: Monthly – October 22nd, November 12th, and December 8th.
ADMISSION:Suggested donation of $5-$10, free for students with valid ID
The Global Lens 2010 international film series features independent films from around the world depicting stories about different cultures and people. A special curated educational screening of four of the films in the series will be held each month at the Hillyer Art Space in Washington, DC. The screening is free for students with a valid student ID and just $5 for other audience members. Refreshments will be served and a special Q&A with Reel Worldwide Underground Link (RWUL) will be held after each screening. The non-profit organization Reel Worldwide Underground Link (RWUL) was selected by the Global Film Initiative to host the Global Lens 2010 film series in Washington, DC and RWUL has hosted screenings in DC of the special series all year long. The Hillyer Art Space and International Arts and Artists will curate these brilliant films in conjunction will existing exhibitions.
The film to be screened October 22nd will be the Mexican film Becloud, a tangled neighborhood tale filled with an enthralling mix of history, memory and atonement, creating an unexpected parable of modern Mexico itself.
Films Screening from Global Lens 2010:
(All Films will Screen at 7pm)
Oct. 22, 2010
Becloud ( Vaho) from Mexico
Nov. 12, 2010
Leo’s Room from Uruguay
Dec. 8, 2010
My Tehran for Sale from Iran
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Reel Worldwide Underground Link RWUL (pronounced r-u-l-e) is a non-profit organization that got started in Richmond, Virginia in March 2007. RWUL has since expanded into independent doing several community film events in Virginia and Washington, DC. RWUL’s network includes filmmakers in genres of music, animation, fashion, print, and design. RWUL hopes to build a foundation that will give a voice to all filmmakers worldwide and will support positive creative film ventures that promote independent film culture and global awareness. www.rwul.com