VISIONS presents : LOST & FOUND : the videos of Ted Kennedy (NYC) preceded by two films by Allan Brown (MTL)
Ted Kennedy is a filmmaker and programmer. Originally from Michigan, he is now based in New York and is currently an MFA candidate at Bard College. His video and installation work has been exhibited at BAM (Brooklyn), Heliopolis (Brooklyn), Media City Film Festival (Windsor, Canada), Microscope Gallery (Brooklyn), Flex: The Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival, the Portland Experimental Film Festival, Onion City Film Festival (Chicago), Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, Iowa City Documentary Film Festival, and the Art of the Real film series at Lincoln Center among other venues. In 2011, he co-founded the Studies and Observation Film Series, presenting creative non-fiction and experimental films in Ann Arbor. Most recently he co-programmed the Flaherty NYC 2014 Fall Series. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Union Docs and the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Plus THE MOST PUNK THING! : A masterclass with Ted Kennedy
VISIONS is hosting an intimate master class with May's invited filmmaker, Ted Kennedy. Kennedy works with video and found footage, creating new from old and magic with the mundane. Join him for a lecture and open discussion about the creativity and ethics surrounding appropriation, with a focus on what it means to look at an image and to consider context and knowledge in multiple ways.
$5 - limited space - reserve in advance at: [email protected]