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LIFE received a People’s Choice Award at the Riverside Arts Center’s “Art Goes Digital” exhibit.



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The Poetry in Pictures Series short film LIFE will be screening on Friday, November 4th, 2011, at the Indie Memphis Film Festival!  The short film block  shares the same title as Edith Wharton’s poem as well as the film based on her verse.  The “Life” block starts at 6:45 pm at Studio on the Square and includes an intriguing list of films (to learn more about them click on the links below):
Short Films #1: Life
Life | Nancy Rodwan
It’s Natural to be Afraid | Justin Doherty
The Ninth Floor | Jordan Berger
5 Minutes Each | Vojin Vasovic
Mercury in Tuna | Kristen Shaeffer
Cat’s Cradle | Ray Rea
Be Still | Mark Allen Wilson
Broken Cycle | Clifton Archuleta

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I am very pleased to announce that for the third year in a row Indie Memphis is adding a Poetry In Pictures Series short film to their schedule!

Zeus Copyright (c) 2011 Rodwan Productions

LIFE will be screened during the 14th annual Indie Memphis Film Festival in early November.  More details to follow.

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Our little Buddha has even more reason to smile!  The Los Angeles International Film Festival has given Life an Honorable Mention Award in the Experimental Film Category.   More details on the festival to come.

Buddha in his garden (c) 2011 Rodwan Productions

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LIFE will premiere on May 5th at 7:00 pm at Whitsell Auditorium, in the Portland Art Museum.  The fourth installment of the Poetry In Pictures Series, based on Edith Wharton’s 1894 poem “Life,” delves into the idea that the choices we make ultimately shape our lives. Out of what we are given we craft our selves through how we spend our time. Juxtaposing Wharton’s poetic musings, an improvisational score and an array of fantastical images including a ceaselessly transforming sculpture as well as photographs, paintings, charcoal drawings and live footage, the short film celebrates art’s power and presents a vivid reminder of the need to make the most of our years and days.

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