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Artists in Conversation Dani Leventhal + Jacqueline Goss


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Dani Leventhal and Jacqueline Gross in The Observers
Artists in Conversation
Dani Leventhal + Jacqueline Goss
Tue, Oct 25, 2011 7 PM
Join us for a very special evening with two adventurous and significant filmmakers.

Dani Leventhal, a Columbus native and one of this year's Wexner Center Film/Video Residency Award recipients, presents two astonishing videos that reveal troubling and beautiful moments from her travels in Israel.

Jacqueline Goss, a recent recipient of the prestigious Alpert Award and a faculty member at Bard College, introduces her new feature The Observers (2010), a contemplative portrait of the harsh but beautiful environments of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire (where the strongest winds in human history were recorded), and the solitary climatologists who work there.

After the films, Leventhal and Goss engage each other—and the audience—in a discussion about their work. (program app. 120 mins., video)

Presented in conjunction with the Leventhal Resident Artist Program, The Ohio State University Hillel Foundation, The Columbus Jewish Foundation, and Ohio State's Film Studies Program.
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