Film & New Media
JARDIN EN EL MAR (A GARDEN IN THE SEA)
Part of the Frida Kahlo: Her Photos Celebration & the 2012 Environmental Film Festival
THU MARCH 15 / 7 PM
Jardin en el Mar is a new film by Thomas Reidelsheimer about an underwater installation in the Mexican Sea of Cortez by the Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias, commissioned by the Mexican millionaire philanthropist Manuel Arango. The filmmaker is best-known for his award-winning documentary on Andy Goldsworthy, Rivers and Tides. The Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital seeks to advance public understanding of the environment through the power of film.
Preceded by short film
Washington, DC Premiere
RED-END AND THE SEEMINGLY SYMBIOTIC SOCIETY
This stop animation short tells the story of the ant, Red-end, who differs from the rest of his cohort and attempts to effect change in his collective.
This is one of a number of complementary programs celebrating the Frida Kahlo: Her Photos exhibit at Artisphere. Learn more about the exhibit.