|July 1, 2010 8:00 pm||to||July 1, 2011 11:00 pm|
For the second July in a row, the Great Wall will be screening a collection of awe-inspiring films entitled “Projects of Summertime”. As the title suggests, these short documentary-style shorts capture the creative, whimsical, fantastic and far-out projects people find the time to do when the whole world slows down for the blissful summer months.
In this hour-long show, there’s something for everyone – from DIY projects like couture knitting to thrill-chasing sports like free running – don’t miss out!
on June 15, 2011Posted in Monthly Screenings
|July 2, 2010|
|7:01 pm||to||11:01 pm|
"Summertime" by Amos Mulder
The days are longer, the hustle and bustle has slowed and summertime is definitely here. For the July show on the Great Wall, we’ve asked artists around the globe to share their plans and ideas about this time of year. Check out the show on July 2 (or by the links below) and maybe come away with an idea for next weekend.
Summertime by Amos Mulder, the Netherlands
Fluffy McCloud by Conor Finnegan, Ireland
Pacific Star II by Colin Rich, California
The Kite Runners by Taras Gesh, Russia
Serfomay 2010 by Zweizwei, Republic of Belarus
Bassoforte by Diego Stocco, California
It’s Working by So-Me, France