Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Dee Perry welcomes award-winning filmmaker and performance artist Miranda July to discuss her latest film The Future, which screens at The Cinematheque tonight. Plus we share an interview with comedy legend Carol Burnett who receives The Mark Twain prize on WVIZ/PBS this weekend. And Dan Polletta introduces us to the Brazilian-inspired bluegrass of Matuto which gets the spotlight this weekend at The Beachland Ballroom.
Arts and Culture, Motion Pictures (Film, Video), Music
Miranda July, filmmaker
Carol Burnett, comedian
Clay Ross, musician
Miranda July speaks tonight (11/19) at 8 in CSU’s Drinko Hall presented by The Northeast Ohio Master of Fine Arts consortium.
Then Miranda July screens her film The Future at The Cinematheque Wednesday 11/20 at 7:30pm.
photo by RJ Shaughnessy
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