[Pttv-announce] outdoor screening in the bronx
denisse at papertiger.org
Fri Jul 25 14:10:59 EDT 2003
Paper Tiger Television with
Kings Bridge Community Center and
Bronx Action for Justice and Peace present...
exploring the other side of
A 28 minute videotape
produced in collaboration
(Revolution out of Truth and Struggle)
and Paper Tiger Television
What Does War Cost the Bronx?
a play by Mass Transit Street Theater
July 31st, 8pm at
Kings Bridge Community Center, Bronx
(take 1 train to 231st. walk up the hill til kings bridge terrace)
refreshments will be served
this screening is part of
A screening series to bring together the community through video and art.
Bridges is a collaboration between Paper Tiger TV and community groups
throughout New York City.
New videos are showcased dealing with a range of issues from militarism,
immigrant identity and gay assimilation. This series aims to bring together
various community groups for dialogue and bridge building. Screenings will
be outside in parks or community gardens with refreshments.
Keep your ear to the ground for screenings in YOUR community...
Paper Tiger TV is a non-profit volunteer collective that has been pioneering
media criticism though video since 1981. The diverse series of over 280
programs addresses issues democratic communications, media representation
and the economics of the information industry. The tapes are broadcast in
NYC and across the U.S. The tapes are also distributed by Paper Tiger to
universities, libraries, and media art centers worldwide. This program is
supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of
Cultural Affairs, The New York State Council on the Arts and The North Star
Fund. For more info, visit www.papertiger.org
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