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Interviews and Press:

 

Video/Oxford Film Festival Red Carpet Interview:

Interview with Ann Deborah Levy in Oxford Film Festival Blog:

 

Upcoming Screenings:

 

Rain Painting, On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back,  Spectator(s), and Watercolors will screen along with films of the late Gary Goldberg in the initial program of a new experimental screening series, curated by Joey Huertas.  Brooklyn Community Foundation, 1000 Dean St. #307, Brooklyn, NY, Saturday, June 17th,  6:00-8:00pm, free admission.

 

Past Screenings:

 

Rain Painting, On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back, Spectator(s) and Watercolors: “ Ann Deborah Levy and Chris Lynn; Travelers with Cameras,” Port Washington Public Library, Port Washington, NY, 2016

Rain Painting: “Experimental Documentaries,” curated by Tova Beck-Friedman, Cellular Cinema, Minneapolis, MN, 2016

Rain Painting:  “New Year, New Works,” curated by Joel Schlemowitz, The Film-Makers’ Cooperative, New York City,  2016

Spectator(s): Transient Visions: Festival of the Moving Image, Johnson City (Binghamton), NY, 2015. http://www.transientvisions.org/

Rain Painting: Bideodromo International Experimental Film and Video Festival, Bilbao, SPAIN, 2015.  http://www.bideodromo.com

Rain Painting: Kraljevski Filmski Festival,  Kraljevo, SERBIA, festival, 2015.  http://www.kff.rs/index.html

Rain Painting: Female Eye Film Festival, Toronto, CANADA, 2015. http://www.femaleeyefilmfestival.com/

Spectator(s): Moviate Underground Film Festival, Harrisburg, PA, 2015.   http://moviate.org

On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back and Rain Painting: Athens International Film and Video Festival, Athens, OH, 2015.  http://athensfilmfest.org/ 

Rain Painting: International Video Art Festival, Camaguey, CUBA, 2015.

On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back: “We’re Part of the Landscape,” curated by Lili White, Another Experiment by Women Film Festival (AXWFF), New York City, 2015.  http://anotherexperimentbywomenfilmfestival.com/

On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back: “The Best of the Oxford Film Festival,” Ocean Springs, MS, 2015.

On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back: Oxford Film Festival, Oxford, MS, 2015.  http://oxfordfilmfest.com

Rain Painting: “Parameter of a Day, Boundary of a Mind” curated by Tomonari Nishikawa, at Moving, an experimental film festival, Kyoto, JAPAN, 2015.  http://www.moving-kyoto.jp/program/#sec02

Spectator(s), On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back, and Rain Painting: “Experimental Documentaries,” curated by Tova Beck-Friedman, Anthology Film Archives, New York City, 2015.

Rain Painting: “Shorts Program,” curated by Duana Butler/NYWIFT, Anthology Film Archives, New York City, 2014.

Rain Painting: honorable mention, James River Shorts, Richmond, VA, 2014. 

On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back: James River Shorts, Richmond, VA, 2014.

Rain Painting: “Urban/Rural Landscapes 8,” curated by Chris Lynn, Utopia Film Festival, Greenbelt, MD, 2014.   http://www.utopiafilmfestival.org/

Rain Painting: “Moving Along a Line, Yesterday and Tomorrow,” curated by Tomonari Nishikawa, Transient Visions, Festival of the Moving Image, Johnson City (Binghamton), NY, 2014. http://www.transientvisions.org/

Watercolors: in film program curated by Chris Lynn to accompany concert by cellist/composer Janel Leppin “Her Tail was Cut in Two,” Artists Television Access (ATA), San Francisco, 2013. Click Here to see the film still and review

Watercolors: “Urban/Rural Landscapes 6,” curated by Chris Lynn, Utopia Film Festival, Greenbelt, MD, 2013.

Watercolors: “Endless Plain,” presented by Moving Image Art (MIA), The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, 2012.

Watercolors: “Summer of Flora & Fauna,” Another Experiment by Women Film Festival (AXWFF), New York City, 2012.

Watercolors: James River Shorts, Richmond, VA, 2011.

Watercolors: “Near and Dear,” curated by Lorenzo Gattorna, UnionDocs, Brooklyn, NY, 2011.

Waterscape: illusions and Watercolors: “Mythic Realities: Ann Deborah Levy and Lili White,” Anthology Film Archives, New York City, 2010.

Waterscape: illusions and Watercolors: Port Washington Public Library, Port Washington, Long Island, NY, 2009.

Waterscape: illusions: honorable mention, Fargo Film Festival, Fargo, North Dakota, 2008.  “beautiful cinematography … subtle sense of humor, very funny” — the Fargo Film Festival jury

Watercolors: official selection, Lucca Film Festival, Italy, 2007.