The Brooklyn Arts Council’s 38th International
Film and Video Festival continues this weekend with screenings
at the Brooklyn Museum’s Cantor Auditorium, on May 8, from noon
to 6 pm.
The series, which coincides with the museum’s "Open House: Working in Brooklyn" exhibition - a survey of the borough’s art scenes, will spotlight more than 20 short works and two longer documentaries by Brooklyn-based film and video artists.
A still from Jacqui Sutton and Evelyn Badia’s 35-minute "Say What? (Adventures in Life, Love and Language)" is pictured at left.
The second film festival screening at the museum, "Independent Film and Video Artists," will be June 19. The screenings are free with museum admission: $6, $3 seniors and students with valid ID. The Brooklyn Museum is located at 200 Eastern Parkway at Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights. For a festival schedule, call the Brooklyn Arts Council at (718) 625-0080 or visit the Web site at www.brookl