Subota, 7. decembar 17:30 Amerikana Dom omladine Beograda
Režija: Robert Anderson Clift, Hillary Demmon
Priča o životu glumca i gej ikone Montfomeryja Clifta je dugo bila priča o tragediji i samouništenju. Kada njegov nećak istraži porodičnu arhivu, iz toga izlazi dosta komplikovana priča.
Making Montgomery Clift
Saturday, 7 december 5.30PM Americana Hall Belgrade Youth Center
Directors: Robert Anderson Clift, Hillary Demmon
Classic film star and queer icon Montgomery Clift’s legacy has long been a story of tragedy and self-destruction. But when his nephew dives into the family archives, a much more complicated picture emerges.
Robert Clift, Ph.D. is a documentarian and cinema studies scholar. He has produced and directed three documentaries, including two nationally broadcast PBS films, Blacking Up: Hip-Hop’s Remix of Race and Identity (2010) and Stealing Home: The Case of Contemporary Cuban Baseball (2001). He is an Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, where he also serves as director of the Film and Media Production Track.
Hillary Demmon is a Pittsburgh-based documentarian and President of Limbic Productions, Inc. She directed and edited Road Comics: Big Work on Small Stages (2012). In addition to documentary feature work, she provides a range of consulting and production/post-production services to commercial clients. She is passionate about advocacy and has partnered with labor unions to make films addressing human rights and worker justice. She has taught digital storytelling and media production at Georgetown University and Southern Oregon University.