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CinemaTalk, January-February 2020

12/12/19  |  Posted by John Ewing  |  Posted in Cinematheque

By John Ewing, Cinematheque Director. Our longtime projectionist Tom Sedlak, who died suddenly in November after a period of declining health, was probably the first person I hired to work for the Cinematheque. If it wasn’t...

CinemaTalk, November-December 2019

10/23/19  |  Posted by John Ewing  |  Posted in Cinematheque

By JOHN EWING, CINEMATHEQUE DIRECTOR I am occasionally reminded just how few exhibitors in the U.S. show the new foreign and indie films the Cinematheque premieres in Cleveland. This happens often when a film we are...

CIA, Pro Football HOF team up

10/14/19  |  Posted by Michael Butz  |  Posted in Animation

Animation students bring busts to life to kickstart interactive experience at Canton museum By Michael C. Butz The Pro Football Hall of Fame prides itself on innovation, education and engagement, and integral to its approach is interactivity. Take,...

CinemaTalk, September-October 2019

09/05/19  |  Posted by John Ewing  |  Posted in Cinematheque

By JOHN EWING, Cinematheque Director. In my last column, I extolled some of the virtues of digital projection of movies (as opposed to film projection, which the Cinematheque did exclusively for well over 25 years). But...

CinemaTalk, July-August 2019

07/03/19  |  Posted by John Ewing  |  Posted in Cinematheque

By John Ewing, Cinematheque Director It’s been almost four years since the Cinematheque entered the brave new world of digital cinema. This happened in August of 2015, when we moved from our home of 29 years,...

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Internationally acclaimed performance duo FlucT did more than just stage "Remotecontrol" during their two-day visit to CIA. Learn more about Sigrid Lauren and Monica Mirabile, their practice and their interactions with Sculpture + Expanded Media students. https://t.co/ptmY7CGggy

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