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Re: [museum-107] New Meetup: Street of Crocodile and other short films by Brothers Quay

From: Kay
Sent on: Thursday, October 2, 2008 11:44 AM
Tatsuya:

I`m going to pass on this one.

Kay


--- On Wed, 10/1/08, Tatsuya <[address removed]> wrote:

> From: Tatsuya <[address removed]>
> Subject: [museum-107] New Meetup: Street of Crocodile and other short films by Brothers Quay
> To: [address removed]
> Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2008, 9:28 AM
> Announcing a new Meetup for Tokyo Museum Meetup Group!What:
> Street of Crocodile and other short films by Brothers
> QuayWhen: October 10,[masked]:00 PMWhere: Click the link
> below to find out!Meetup Description: Street of Crocodile
> and other short films by Brothers Quay"Street of
> Crocodile" is a masterpiece of stop-motion animation. 
> It was created by Brothers Quay, a team of twin brothers who
> construct dreamlike worlds under the influence of Surrealism
> in their works.  I have seen this film so many times; yet, I
> get mesmerized by its magic each time I see it.  Image Forum
> is screening this film in conjunction with the Japanese
> release of Brothers Quay's latest film.  I would like to
> take an opportunity to see one of my favorite film projected
> on screen, and am wondering if some of you have interest in
> enjoy utterly beautiful nightmare fabricated in the film
> with me.  The film may be too slow and/or bizarre for most
> of people, but I grantee that it will let us experience the
> magic of cinematography before the digitalization of movie
> production.Admission­ Fee: ?1,500After the movieLet's
> get a drink or dinner and chat about art films after the
> screening.Learn more
> here:http://museum.mee...­
> 
> 
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