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|Mon, December 18|
@ 3 p.m.
|Movie Monday: Short Film Festival--Day Two|
Short Film Festival This month will be a short film festival exploring human emotion! Using Kanopy will show several Oscar winning and nominated films across Monday December 11th and Monday December 18th. Some titles will include The Phone Call, Wish 143, The Door, Stutterer and My Depression: The Down and Up of it. Monday, December 18, 3:00 PM The Phone Call (2013) , 22minutes This Oscar-award winning short film follows Heather (Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water, Blue Jasmine), a shy lady w…
|67th Street Library||Adults,|
Teens/Young Adults (13-18 years)
|Sat, January 6|
@ 3 p.m.
|Myth, Magic, Archetypes: Received, Reinvented|
An Afternoon with Larissa Shmailo and Dean Kostos Saturday, January 6 at 3 pm Since myths were chanted above the swirling fires of prehistory, contradictions arose in these received tales. Myth, in the classical tradition, also includes the irreverent frolicking of gods and goddesses. There was something comforting, as well as terrifying, in the deities' human flaws. We see this in Larissa Shmailo's eponymous collection Medusa's Country. In this book of experimental formalism, gods of all n…
|Jefferson Market Library, First Floor||Adults|