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RESCORING RICHTER WEBSITE LAUNCHED

RESCORING RICHTER WEBSITE LAUNCHED

When Hudson West Productions set out to create Rescoring Richter, an Art Works funded project, we knew we wanted the project to be interactive and exist on multiple platforms. And we’re excited to launch the Rescoring Richter website an interactive environment where one can experiment with sound and picture in the spirit of the pioneering experimental filmmaker, Hans Richter.
We invite all to download any of Richter’s iconic films from the 1920s, create a new soundscape and upload it to the site to add to the conversation about Absolute Cinema – image and sound as a unique art form, freed from the theatrical conventions of actors and scripts. If one likes, you we also invite participants to document their process and upload a short Process Doc to the site!

A GESTURE AND A WORD WINS NEA GRANT

A GESTURE AND A WORD WINS NEA GRANT

We’re thrilled to announce that Hudson West Productions has received an Art Works Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) for our film “A Gesture and a Word”. In 2015 the NEA received over 1,700 eligible applications for the Art Works program and a total of 73 grants were awarded within the Media Arts discipline. Congrats to Dave and the team!

COMING TO A THEATER NEAR YOU

COMING TO A THEATER NEAR YOU

After a packed, multi-ovation New York premiere at the 92Y on July 10, filled with a Who’s Who of the city’s music world, the film begins a regional tour of cinemas in Upstate New York, Westchester, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. The first stop is Sunday, July 24th at 2 PM at Upstate Films Woodstock, where the filmmakers and Vince Giordano himself will be in attendance. Future screenings are being scheduled across the country. Click on the Screenings tab on our main menu to see the complete list with dates, times, and locations. And if you’d like to book the film at your own local cinema, contact dave@hudsonwest.org or amber@hudsonwest.org.

Meanwhile, click on our Press Room tab to see recent articles about Vince and the film in Wall Street Journal, the Huffington Post, and the New York Post.


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