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Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles will publicly screen and discuss some of his most acclaimed works during a three-day visit to Ithaca College, February 6-8. Maysles, along with his late brother David, is recognized as a pioneer of “direct cinema,” earning a distinguished reputation for making non-fiction feature films — films in which the drama of human life unfolds as is, without scripts, sets or narration.

“His list of accomplishments is endless, including portraits of the greatest artists, musicians, writers, actors and politicians of our time as well as the lives of ordinary people, the poor, the terminally ill, the abandoned,” said Arturo Sinclair, assistant professor of television-radio. “All have made him an extraordinary witness to our complex times.”

All of the following are open to the public, and all but the Cinemapolis screening are free:

Sunday, Feb. 6, 4 p.m.
Cinemapolis, 120 East Green St.
Screening of “Gimme Shelter,” followed by audience Q&A
Tickets, which are only available at the door, are $10 ($8 for students).

Monday, Feb. 7, Noon–2 p.m.
Park Hall Auditorium, Ithaca College
Albert Maysles Master Class

Monday, Feb. 7, 7 p.m.
Park Hall Auditorium, Ithaca College
Screening of “Grey Gardens,” followed by audience Q&A

Tuesday, Feb. 8, Noon
Park Hall Auditorium, Ithaca College
Screening of “Salesman,” followed by audience Q&A

Sponsors of the visit include the Roy H. Park School of Communications; School of Music; Departments of Television and Radio and of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts; Park Center for Independent Media; Office of the Provost; Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs; Linden Center for Creativity and Aging; and Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.

For more information, contact Arturo Sinclair at asinclair@ithaca.edu.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation should contact the Office of Equal Opportunity Compliance at 607-274-3909 (voice), 607-274-1767 (TDD), or eoc@ithaca.edu as much in advance of the event as possible.

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