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Docs In Progress Screening of I'M PAYING FOR THIS MICROPHONE and NEMO 1934

This work-in-progress screening provides an opportunity for local and visiting documentary filmmakers to screen their unfinished films to an audience and get valuable feedback. After screening the film, a facilitator from Docs In Progress will moderate a feedback session with the audience. This honest and constructive feedback is aimed at helping the filmmakers get to the next stage of completing and distributing the film. This program is presented jointly with the Utopia Film Festival.

WHAT’S SCREENING?

I’M PAYING FOR THIS MICROPHONE: THE INSIDE STORY OF AMERICA’S TELEVISED PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES
by Christopher Richmond
A behind-the-scenes look at how, in the television era, major independent candidates have been excluded from presidential debates…with the collusion of both Democrats and Republicans.

NEMO 1934: SEARCHING FOR EVERETT RUESS
by Corey Robinson
In the 1930′s teenager, Everett Ruess set out from Los Angeles into the desert southwest’s wilderness intending to explore native American ruins, desert canyons and high mesas. Making art and writing all the way he spent many of his teen years in the unforgiving desert. At just 20 years old, he vanished into the red rock canyon country, never to be found. A wilderness advocate before his time, the mystery around Ruess still builds.

FEE?
Free. No advance tickets or RSVP required.

WHEN?
Sunday, October 21, 2012
4:00-6:00 pm

WHERE?
Greenbelt Municipal Building
25 Crescent Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770

DIRECTIONS

The Utopia Film Festival takes place in historic “Old Greenbelt,” in Prince George’s County. The Greenbelt Municipal Building is walking distance from the Roosevelt Center where the P&G Old Greenbelt Movie Theater is and is also close to the Greenbelt Community Center, Aquatic Center, and Library. If you want something to eat before or after the screening, the New Deal Cafe, Beijing Chinese Restaurant, and Generous George's sub shop are all within walking distance.

From Montgomery County, most of Northern Virginia, I-95: Take Capital Beltway (495) to Exit 23 (Kenilworth Avenue/Route 201). Make a left on to Kenilworth. At the second light, make a right on to Crescent Road. Continue 1 ½ miles to Greenbelt city center. At the second stop sign, you are at Centerway. The Municipal Building is to your right near the parking area. Parking is free.

From Annapolis, Prince George’s County: Take Capital Beltway (495) to Exit 23 (Kenilworth Avenue/Route 201). Make a right on to Kenilworth. At the next light, make a right on to Crescent Road. Continue 1 ½ miles to Greenbelt city center. At the second stop sign, you are at Centerway. The Municipal Building is to your right near the parking area. Parking is free.

From Washington DC/Alexandria: Take I-295 (Baltimore-Washington Parkway) to Greenbelt exit. Veer right on to the access road that parallels Greenbelt Road/Route 193 going West. At the top of the hill, make a right on to Southway Road. Immediately get in the left lane so you are not forced back on to the B/W Parkway. Continue 1 ½ blocks to Greenbelt city center. The Municipal Building is straight ahead on your left. Parking is free.

From Baltimore: Take Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Greenbelt exit. Make a right on to Southway Road. Continue 1 ½ blocks to Greenbelt city center. The Municipal Building is straight ahead on your left. Parking is free.

By Public Transportation: There are unfortunately no buses which run into Greenbelt on Sundays.
A taxi from the Greenbelt Metro station will cost about $10.

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