DECALOGUE: FIlms you can count on Two Hands organized by Eve Sussman
Winkleman Gallery
621 West 27th Street, New York
btwn 11th&12th Ave
contact: 212-643-3152

WEEK 5 2010
Tuesday, April 27 -
1:20pm, 4:10pm
Wednesday, April 28- 11:50am, 2:40pm, 5:30pm

Thursday, April 29 -
1:20pm, 4:10pm
Friday, April 30 -
1:20pm, 4:10pm
Saturday, May 1 - 11:50am, 2:40pm, 5:30pm
Sunday, May 2 - 4:00pm

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Previous Screenings:


Thursday, January 8, 2009
7:15 p.m
Room 221
Martin Luther King Jr. Public Library (the central one in DC)
901 G Street NW
Washington DC
Gallery Phone: 831-459-3606

Tuesday, December 02, 2008
SFMOMA Special Free-Tuesday

Post Election Day Program
Phyllis Wattis Theater
San Francisco, CA
2:00 p.m.

Election Night - Nov 4, 2008
SFMOMA Special Free-Tuesday Election Day Program
San Francisco, CA
Tuesday Nov 4: NOON

Saturday, November 1, 2008
Rural REsearch Labs
254 Baldwin Street, Elmira, NY

Monday, October 27, 2008
The New School
66 Fifth Ave, Parsons Auditorium, room 101

New York
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Thursdays Oct 16, 23, 30, 2008
Porter College Faculty Gallery
Santa Cruz, CA
Gallery Phone: 831-459-3606
Q & A with director Chris Sollars October 16 @ 8:15 p.m., after the screening

Monday October 13, 2008
MonkeyTown w/

Showtime: 7:30pm
58 N 3rd St, (btw Wythe & Kent),
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Subway: L Train
(Bedford stop) 718.384.1369
Admission: $8-$20,

Convergence Center at
Park Avenue Armory
September 21 -27, 2008
Creative Time

643 Park Avenue Btwn 66th & 67th St
New York, NY

WED Oct 1, 2008
College Santa Fe
Santa Fe, NM
contact Linda:

Sunday 7/20/08 8PM
ATA (Artist Television Access)
Mission Creek Music Fest Preview
992 Valencia St @21st St. SF, CA

August 1 - September 20, 2008
San Jose ICA
560 South 3rd St San Jose, CA
Screening Every Thursday @ 6:00 PM
August 7, 14, 21, 28
September 4, 11, 18


Press People Archive

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With Politics in the Air, a Freedom Free-for-All Comes to Town
By Holland Cotter September 23 2008

Armory Show Explores 'Democracy in America' by Siddhartha Mitter
September 24 2008

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DC Fest dispatch - cinema echo chamber Friday, March 07, 2008

Growth Industry: This year's DCIFF spotlights films that are big on fixing, healing, and coming of age. By Matthew Borlik and Mark Athitakis
Posted: March 5, 2008

78 films to dazzle Big Muddy Film Festival audiences -Southern Illinois University NEWS
PEOPLE: what they're saying
"Sollars also keeps exhorting himself to wake up and do something. And he does. He looks hard at his past, talks frankly with his family and tries to accept that, for better or worse, and whether he likes it or not, all involved are now free to be what they always wanted to be.." - Holland Cotter New York Times
"That's true of several of the most effective pieces in this show. Another is a film by San Francisco-based artist Chris Sollars, who puts his personal struggle on screen. What he finds out is as much about family as it is about politics.." - Siddhartha Mitter WNYC Radio
"Chris Sollars uses film to describe how his own family both reflects and defies any social conception of normalcy." -Anuradha Vikram curator
" I viewed your film tonight at the Park Avenue Armory in NYC, and I was riveted and moved. I watched the entire film tonight and I have to say it is one of the most interesting, successful, moving, inspiring works of art I have seen in a long time.Thank you so much for making this piece. It truly spoke to me, and I think it is the most successful commentary on the political state of our country. ." -Anna New York
"I loved your film. It's just so well crafted and well told.
I had some ideas about your background, some fragments of what you shared and now it's all filled in with intricate storytelling. It relates on so many levels to what everybody's going through around the country. You did a fine job recreating this time and space loop that we are all caught in since decades now, where mistakes keep us spinning around and around." - Friederike Portland, Maine
"Great movie man!" - Jason - Oakland, CA
"I think this is an incredible concept that could reach folks beyond the art world." - PK - NYC
"Very disquieting. Well done. How in the hell are we ever going to talk with each other?" - Rob - Maine
"Just back from visiting SJICA this afternoon...your film is fantastic! Congratulations...really really great piece." - Kelly New York / Chico
Screening Archive

DC Independent Film Festival - 7:00 PM March 7, 2008
Jack Morton Auditorium - Media & Public Affairs Building
Address: 805 21st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20052


The 30th Annual Big Muddy Film Festival - 6:20 PM February 29, 2008
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
1100 Lincoln Drive Carbondale, IL 62901-6610
tel 618.453.8301

  Vidéothèque, 30th CINEMA DU REEL Film Festival
March 7-18, 2008

Sunday 7/20/08 8PM
ATA (Artist Television Access)
Mission Creek Music Fest Preview
992 Valencia St @21st St. SF, CA

  The Trailer for C RED BLUE J is showing at The Headlands Center for the Arts in Close Calls 2008 1/13/2008 - 2/25/2008 (Tuesday-Friday and Sunday)
Time: 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Opening Reception: February 3, 2-5PM.