Marina Goldovskaya in Person. A foray into the many worlds of renowned artist, opera/theater director, and activist Peter Sellars. Shown with portrait-film excerpts.
Join our artist-in-residence at the PFA Theater for an informal salon about her artistic process.
Marina Goldovskaya in Person. "Goldovskaya's restless and ever-present camera on the streets, during demonstrations, in trains, at workplaces, and in the homes of her subjects during...tumultuous times."-Cineaste
Marina Goldovskaya in Person. The story of a fine old Moscow apartment house over many decades becomes "a kind of social-history essay, very human in the telling."-Cineaste
Lecture by Marina Goldovskaya. Moscow, 1992: Goldovskaya, camera in hand, locates the sweeping changes in her country in the stories of friends and strangers. In her opening lecture, the artist will discuss her vision for a committed documentary film.
Marina Goldovskaya in Person. Goldovskaya's revelation of the first Soviet labor camp, created by Lenin in 1923, was a shocker here as it was in Russia, where its reception by Gorbachev was a sign of glasnost.
You're a former prince; the Soviet Union has collapsed; the ancestral estate is still standing, sort of. What do you do? A delightful inquiry into the new Russia.