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Video Interview with Director Mark Street whose film Work Songs opens the New Jersey Film Festival


By Al Nigrin

originally published: 01/21/2020


Check out the EBTV New Jersey Film Festival Interview with Mark Street -- Director of the documentary Work Songs which opens New Jersey Film Festival this coming Saturday, January 25.

Work Songs will be preceded by the beautiful short experimental film Textile Workers by Andrea Nappi and Juno Roome. Here is more information on this screening:

Textile Workers – Andrea Nappi and Juno Roome  (Queens, New York) In this captivating experimental film, a wayward man, led by a scarlet fairy, is transported to a fantastical land. 2019; 8 min. Q+A Session with Directors Andrea Nappi and Juno Roome!

Work Songs – Mark Street (Brooklyn, New York)
  Combining interviews with observational footage, Work Songs is a highly engaging documentary that eloquently explores how workers in a range of industries attempt to find meaning in their jobs.  Director Mark Street dives into the gig economy, automatization, and the decreasing power of unions, and then leavens this bleak picture with finely observed evocations of work places. 2019; 68 min. Q+A Session with Director Mark Street!

Co-sponsored by the Rutgers University Cinema Studies Program!



Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 7:00 PM
 in Voorhees Hall #105/Rutgers University, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey



$14= Advance; $12=General; $10=Students+Seniors

Information: (848) 932-8482; www.njfilmfest.com

 






Albert Gabriel Nigrin is an award-winning experimental media artist whose work has been screened on all five continents. He is also a Cinema Studies Lecturer at Rutgers University, and the Executive Director/Curator of the Rutgers Film Co-op/New Jersey Media Arts Center, Inc.


 
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