Golub: Late Works New York premiere January 11th!

Golub: Late Works Are the Catastrophes will enjoy its New York festival premiere at the New York Jewish Film Festival next week. There will be two screenings of the work on Wednesday January 11th: a matinee at 1:30pm and another showing in the evening at 9:15pm. Both will be at The Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center, 165 West 65 Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, plaza level. Ticket Prices range from $5-$10. For more information please visit here. Continued

Golub: Late Works to screen in New York this January

Golub:Late Works are the Catastrophes has been accepted into the New York Jewish Film Festival sponsored by The Jewish Museum and The Film Society of Lincoln Center, January 11-26, 2006. The film will continue its long and successful festival run with three screenings during this festival. More details to come. The New York Jewish Film Festival (NYJFF) is a preeminent showcase for world cinema that investigates, records, and celebrates the Jewish experience. Founded in 1992, the annual Festival is a collaboration between The Jewish Museum and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The New York Jewish Film Festival presents a diverse exhibition of narrative features, documentaries, and short films, including world, United States, and New York premieres. Continued

Golub: Late Works are the Catastrophes announced

With Golub: Late Works are the Catastrophes (82 minutes) Kartemquin Films completes its chronicle of the work and times of the American artist, Leon Golub. Begun in 1985, the film ends with Golub's death in 2004. Released in the wake of the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandals and the 24-hour news barrage of war, fear, and terror, Golub: Late Works are the Catastrophes is a powerful look at how we experience images of torture and the abuse of power. Continued