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Archived List of Featured Films



The Light Of Fire

The Cardboard Bernini - Q&A With Jimmy Grashow

77 min

The Cardboard Bernini examines the work and life of artist James Grashow as he builds a giant cardboard fountain inspired by the work of the famous baroque sculptor Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

James Grashow is an artist who has built—among many other things—giant 15 foot tall fighting men, a city and an ocean using paper mache, fabric, chicken wire and cardboard. More recently, he has begun making sculptures entirely out of corrugated cardboard and twist ties.

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The Light Of Fire

The Collector
Q&A With Director: Olympia Stone

7:00pm Sept 11


On the Set of the Collector FilmThe Collector explores the 46-year career of Allan Stone, the famed New York City gallery owner and art collector. Producer and director Olympia Stone reveals her father’s compulsive collecting genius while telling the parallel story of his lifelong journey through the art world from the 1950s to 2006. Viewers are taken on an extraordinary path inside one man’s obsessive submersion in art and its influence on the artists, art dealers and family members with whom he worked and lived.

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IRWIN
A Story In Stone

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Directors: Dan Makara - Redding CT
Frank Borres - Bridgeport CT

Irwin - Feisty nonagenarian Irwin Hasen recounts his colorful life in the NYC Boxing industry and as a pioneer comic book illustrator for DC Comics on features such as Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, & Wildcat. He reached nationwide stardom in the 1950's with his newspaper strip DONDI , even appearing in the 1957 feature film. A lifelong New Yorker, Irwin's bubbly tales of wine, women & song, will have you dancing in your seats!

55 min

“A Story In Stone” - 27 min
Stone Lithographer: James Reed from Milestone Graphics, Bridgeport

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Actually Iconic: Richard Estes
Q&A With Director: Olympia Stone

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Actually Iconic: Richard Estes


68 min

Q&A With Director: Olympia Stone

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Double Take: The Art of Elizabeth King
Q&A With Director: Olympia Stone

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Double Take: The Art of Elizabeth King

82 min

Q&A With Director: Olympia Stone & Possibly Artist TBA

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Nothing Changes: Art For Hank's Sake
Q&A With Director: Matthew Kaplowitz

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74 min

How far would you go to pursue your passion? At 87 years old, Hank Virgona commutes to his Union Square studio six days a week and makes art. Despite poor health, cancer, lack of revenue and obscurity as an artist, Hank is unrelenting in his quest to understand how life and art are the same.

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