Sunday, August 29, 2010
Thursday, August 19, 2010
FROM THE RAMFATHER:
You may have attended or missed the northeast Florida premiere showing of the very special film, "Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture" at the 5 Points Theatre on July 18th with two sell-out screenings. Either way, you will be pleased to know there is another chance to see this film TONIGHT at the Marriott at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra. The AIA Florida is holding its state convention at Sawgrass, and they have graciously opened their showing of this film to the public. The screening is at 8:00 pm, Thursday August 19th, at the Marriott Sawgrass, in the Champions Ballroom F-G-H. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted. This is not just a film about an important topic -- it is a masterpiece of cinema. It is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, rivaling the work of PBS's Ken Burns.
It was the winner of the Best Documentary at the 2010 Kansas City Film Fest and was an Official Selection at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2010. This is an important film to be seen by northeast Florida residents because the work of Sullivan greatly influenced our own local superstar architect, Henry John Klutho. I hope you will come and enjoy this experience. Thanks! Wayne
It was the winner of the Best Documentary at the 2010 Kansas City Film Fest and was an Official Selection at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival 2010.
Posted by The Urban Core at 2:31 PM