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Summer Trilogy tonight at the Poetry Cafe in London!

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My Chinese summer trilogy will be screened tonight at the London Cafe in Covent Garden-
Here are the links-
Thanks Ocatillo Arts.
Will have details soon-
If you are in London-
check it out!

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Screening In London!! September 30th at 7:30 pm

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Just found out-details below
An evening of films and readings
With filmmakers Nick Collins, Dennis Dracup,
Steve Dracup, Chris Lynn, Robert Robertson
and poet filmmaker Maureen Kendal,
poetry by Spike Hawkins,
and spontaneous readings

September 30th 7.30pm
The Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street,
Covent Garden,
London WC2
£5/£4 concs
Go Here  link
and here
More details soon!

A Report on the Hundred Years Gallery Screening on 5/4/13

Last Saturday (5/4/13) the Zone collective put together an impressive list of films to screen at the Hundred Years Gallery in London. Unfortunately, I was not able to attend, but author, filmmaker,  and musician Robert Robertson was.  Here is a wonderful blog post about the event. Looking forward to Mr. Robertson’s new book in the near future. Browse his blog and certainly check out his first book Eisenstein and the Audiovisual

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Still taken from the film People’s Park Reverie

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People’s Park Reverie screened at the Hundred Years Gallery in London tomorrow night! 5/4/13

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I am really pleased to announce that People’s Park Reverie, which is part of my Summer Trilogy, will be screened tomorrow night at the Hundred years Gallery in London. The event is curated by the Zone collective, which is based in Brighton. Here is a description,
“Chris H. Lynn’s three short films, ‘A Trilogy of Summer’ (2010, 2012) were filmed in China: in Nanjing and in Shanghai. ‘Morning Fisherman’ is a quiet moment set by a lake. This film features the magic of the mists which are often shown in the Chinese landscape painting tradition. ‘Afternoon Rain in Nanjing’ is more urban: here the natural element is a monsoon rainstorm. The third film, ‘People’s Park Reverie’, continues Lynn’s theme of water, with its rhythmic reflections and musical colours, in an urban park in Shanghai”. Here is a link to the program. If you are in London, check it out-The program looks great! Thanks to the Zone Collective and Robert Robertson.

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