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Science & Cinema II: From Natural History to the Unconscious

Sunday, November 6, 4 pm
Winter 2005

The Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival is the longest-running showcase for international documentaries in the United States, encompassing a broad spectrum of work, from indigenous community media to experimental non-fiction. The Festival is distinguished by its outstanding selection of titles, which tackle diverse and challenging subjects, representing a range of issues and perspectives, and by the forums for discussion with filmmakers and speakers.

The New York Stereoscopic Society is co-presenting the following program on
Sunday, November 6th at 4 pm

Science & Cinema II: From Natural History to the Unconscious
(multiple titles)

This program spans nearly a century of science and cinema and features computer animation, photography, experimental documentary, and a stereoscopic film excerpt.
Featured titles: Moss Reproduction, Arlene Ducao, 2004, 2 min. (U.S.) U.S. Premiere; The American Cockroach Project, Catherine Chalmers, including Burning at the Stake, 2003, 4 min., Squish, 2003, 2 min., and Crawl Space, 2004, 10 min., along with photos from her book, American Cockroach, 2004; Locomotion in Water, Hanna Rose Shell, 2005, 13 min. (Italy/U.S.) U.S. Premiere; While Darwin Sleeps, Paul Bush, 2004, 5 min. (U.K.) NY Premiere; Doubled Up, Samantha Moore, 2004, 6 min. (U.K.), U.S. Premiere; and two titles presented by Zoe Beloff, Case History of a Multiple Personality, Dr. C.C. Wholey, 1923, 13 min.; and Charming Augustine, Zoe Beloff, 7 min., excerpt from a 40-minute stereoscopic film in progress.

Sunday, November 6
4 pm, Program F20
Discussion with directors
Co-presented with the New York Stereoscopic Society

New York Stereoscopic Society members receive the festival members discount.
For tickets, call: 212-769-5200; state that you are an affiliate of the New York Stereoscopic Society.


All screenings are held at the American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street. Enter on 77th Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West.

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Digital anaglyph presentation for the New York Victorian Society
A joint meeting of the NY Victorian Society and the NYSS

"Mum's the word," says the butler to the maid

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NY Public Library
Donnell Media Center
20 West 52nd Street, NYC

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Lyceum series at Orange County Community College
Middletown, NY


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