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d.u.m.b.o. 2004

story © Michael Betancourt | published October 14, 2004 | permalink | TwitThis Digg Facebook StumbleUpon  |  Print



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For those in the New York area, the 2004 d.u.m.b.o. Short Film and Video Festival is on this weekend. It's at:

45 Main Street 9th floor, Brooklyn
Saturday, October 16th, 3:00--12 pm
Sunday the 17th, 3:00--8:30 pm






 
Movies by Michael Betancourt

story © Michael Betancourt | published July 29, 2004 | permalink | TwitThis Digg Facebook StumbleUpon  |  Print



movies: SHOWS & SCREENINGS

I have a screening at the Miami Beach Cinematheque next week--and the show's been listed on Yahoo! Movies






 
Optic Nerve VI

story © Michael Betancourt | published July 7, 2004 | permalink | TwitThis Digg Facebook StumbleUpon  |  Print



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This years jurors W. Rod Faulds, Director, University Galleries, Florida International University; Monica Freeman, vice President of Axe Multimedia and FIU Film Instructor; and Miami artist and filmmaker Ali Prosch - have selected the latest installment of Optic Nerve:




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Shows of LoWave Artists in Paris

story © Michael Betancourt | published May 8, 2004 | permalink | TwitThis Digg Facebook StumbleUpon  |  Print



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Screening LUST as part of the 'Court-z'y' event
Paris, Tuesday May 11, 2004 at 20h30


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Death & Taxes Show - Update

story © Michael Betancourt | published April 16, 2004 | permalink | TwitThis Digg Facebook StumbleUpon  |  Print



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The screening was well-attended, with an audience of 26, and the response to the films was generally positive, with only two people (both commercial film people) feeling the need to be rude and make comments during the show. Everyone else enjoyed the movies and stayed after to talk at length with two of the makers who came for the screening.