Rescheduled Film | 'Troublemakers—The Story of Land Art'

September 7, 2018, 7:00 - 10:00pm
Filmgoers enjoy 'Troublemakers—The Story of Land Art.' Photo by Alexa Hoyer © 2018

If you missed Cinema in Piazza, don't worry, there is another chance to attend! We hope to see you again on Friday, September 7 at 7:00pm for Troublemakers – The Story of Land Art.

For all of those who purchased tickets on Eventbrite, please show your ticket at the door, and if you would like to purchase a ticket for the re-screening you can do so here.

Before the screening, Magazzino will be open to visitors beginning at 7:00pm. Parking will be on a first come first serve basis, with limited availability. Shuttle vans will be stationed in the parking lot of the Cold Spring train station at 7:00pm to bring guests to Magazzino. Shuttle vans will depart Magazzino promptly at 10:00pm to bring guests back to the Cold Spring train station. 

Audio and video design consultation courtesy of John Storyk and WSDG​, Highlands, N.Y. All proceeds from tickets will be donated to RxArt.

- Troublemakers – The Story of Land Art, James Crump, United States, 2015, 72 min., English (Italian subtitles)

Filmed in a desolate desert area of the American Southwest, the film spotlights the story of Land Art between the late 60s and the early 70s. The film tells the story of a group of visionary artists who were willing to risk their future careers and leave a clear sign of demarcation and distance from the hyper-speculative world of art. Previously unpublished archive materials and rare interviews with the leading Land Art protagonists including Robert Smithson, Walter De Maria and Michael Heizer unveil little known aspects of contemporary art. 

About Artecinema
Artecinema is an international festival of films on contemporary art established in Naples in 1996, curated by Laura Trisorio and awarded a medal from themPresident of the Republic of Italy. Each year the festival presents a selection of some thirty documentaries from all over the world about the most important artists, architects and photographers of the last fifty years. Artecinema is one of the most anticipated events of the sector and provides an opportunity for a learning experience as well as social gathering and cultural exchange. www.artecinema.org
 
About Cold Spring Film Society
The Cold Spring Film Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization based in Cold Spring, NY dedicated to fostering good will, community fellowship and appreciation of the moving image arts by screening enjoyable films in local venues. Their outdoor  Summer Film Series at Dockside Park  provides an evening of safe, fun and free entertainment in the village’s  unique outdoor spaces for people of all ages. In addition to their Summer Film Series, CSFS also programs an indoor Winter Film Series and  partners with other local organizations like Hudson Valley Shakespeare,  Butterfield Library and the Haldane schools to provide additional screenings and film enrichment programs throughout the year. For more information or if you’re interested in helping out at screenings, please visit coldspringfilm.org or check us out on facebook/coldspringfilm or twitter/coldspringfilm and instagram @coldspringfilm.
 
About RxART
RxArt is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help children heal through the extraordinary power of visual art. They commission exceptional contemporary artists to transform sterile healthcare facilities into engaging and inspiring environments full of beauty, humor and comfort. In the past 16 years, RxArt has completed over 40 projects with more than 50 artists in hospitals throughout 17 cities in the U.S. RxArt produces every project at no cost to the hospitals. Every artist is provided with an honorarium and the chance to transform the lives of children as they heal. In order to help advance RxArt’s worthy cause, Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu have elected RxArt to be the recipient of all donations made to Magazzino Italian Art. Every dollar donated by our guests to RxArt will be matched by Nancy and Giorgio. www.rxart.net

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