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Film Forum: Dan Levin with Clayton Patterson
|A documentary by Daniel B. Levin, Ben Solomon, and Jenner Furst | New York 2008 | 90 min|
|Montclair State University | Montclair, New Jersey | February 3, 2009|
Dan Levin will be screening CAPTURED, a documentary by Dan Levin, Ben Solomon and Jenner Furst, about Clayton Patterson and the Lower East Side of New York City. Clayton Patterson will be there with one of the filmmakers to answer questions and take photographs.
Patterson, a photographer and filmmaker, has spent much of the past 25 years obsessively documenting the artists, drag queens, heroin addicts, rabbis, dealers, and new immigrants of the Lower East Side."History" is the key word, he said. "For over a hundred years, the Lower East Side was a magic crucible where people were inspired to great art and ideas. The Lower East Side probably changed the history of America five hundred times."
Montclair State University’s Film Forum brings prominent contemporary filmmakers to campus to screen their films and speak about their work and the profession.
Sponsored by the Filmmaking Program of the College of the Arts, the screening and discussion series is held every Tuesday from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. in University Hall Room 1040, and is free and open to all students and the general public.
Sponsored by the Montclair State University Film Program
Location: University Hall, Room: 1040