Barbara Rosenthal Turns 70! Outer Bodies, Inner Selves
Celebrate Barbara Rosenthal's 70th Birthday with a screening focusing on physical bodies to explicate humanity in terms that include, but are not limited to sex.
Film-makers Coop invites you to Barbara Rosenthal’s 70th Birthday Video Party on Aug. 15! Featuring films by Carolee Schneemann, Charlie Morrow, Jerome Rothenberg, Noe Kidder, Pam Kray, Maria Beatty, Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Joel Schlemowitz, MM Serra, Coleen Fitzgibbon, Terry Berkowitz, Ela Troyano, Henry Hills, Bill Creston and Barbara Rosenthal.
Join us in birthday cake, champagne and movies! “Outer Bodies, Inner Selves” is the theme for the night’s screenings by Barbara Rosenthal and other artists who have used their own and other physical bodies to explicate humanity in terms that include, but are not limited to sex.
This party is the kickoff to a year of Rosenthal’s Seventieth Birthday International Video Retrospective. It will begin here at 7PM on Wed, August 15, with the following films, (and then Barbara will be traveling throughout the year on with various of the 130 video shorts she has made since 1976, to Miami and Buenos Aires (facilitator Daniela Luna), Berlin (Boddinale Film Festival), Helsinki (facilitatorr Charlie Morrow), Brussels (facilitator Alex Dementieva) and points east.
The 7PM party at the Film CoOp will include:
Barbara Rosenthal NEWS TO FIT THE FAMILY // PREGNANCY DREAMS // WHISPERING CONFESSION // BARBARA ROSENTHAL CONTEMPLATES SUICIDE // PUSH ME
Carolee Schneemann INFINITY KISSES
Charlie Morrow & Jerome Rothenberg SONGS OF FLOWERS AND STONES
Noe Kidder A PARADISE OF CHILDREN
Pam Kray THE GHOST SONATA
Maria Beatty BANDAGED
Tessa Hughes-Freeland BABY DOLL
Joel Schlemowitz WATCH ABRASIONS
MM Serra CHOP OFF
Coleen Fitzgibbon, BEACH
Terry Berkowitz EYE OF THE CAMERA (excerpt)
Henry Hills SSS 5min
Bill Creston OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 24 HOURS A DAY
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Suggested donation to Film CoOp screenings: $10