217 Films Announces Summer and Fall Screening Dates for “The Great Confusion: The 1913 Armory Show”
217 Films has announced the summer and fall screening schedule for its new documentary on the 1913 Armory Show.
The next screening of “The Great Confusion: The1913 Armory Show” will be held Wednesday, July 16 at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. A special tour and reception with the director will be held just prior to the screening. More information can be found at: http://ow.ly/ymTy7
Additional upcoming screenings include:
August 2, 2014
National Gallery of Art
September 3, 2014
Naro Expanded Cinema
October 26, 2014
Gari Melchers Home & Studio at Belmont
The director will introduce each of these screenings and take questions following the film.
New dates are being added frequently and this film tour will continue through 2014.
217 Films’ sixth film “Enough to Live On: The Art of the WPA” will be released in 2015 in celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Federal Art Project under Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal. Read a recent article about this new film at this link.
The Sacramento Bee called Michael Maglaras a filmmaker of “Bergman-like gravitas.” His films have been described as “virtuoso filmmaking” (National Gallery of Art) “alive and fresh” (Art New England) “elegiac and insightful” (Naples Daily News) and “unforgettable” (Journal of American History). David Berona, author of “Wordless Books” has said of “O Brother Man” –“This film is stunning” and Judith Regan of Sirius XM called it “magnificent.” A recent review in The Dartmouth said of “The Great Confusion” that “Michael Maglaras…brought the drama of the original show back to life.” He has recently been featured in a full-length interview on “Conversations from Penn State” on Public Television.