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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:

 

 

Past Screenings:

 

Rain Painting, On the Train to Kutná Hora…and Back,  Spectator(s), and Watercolors screened along with films of the late Gary Goldberg in the inaugural program of the new experimental screening series, Hijack, curated by Joey Huertas.  Brooklyn Community Foundation, Brooklyn, NY, 2017

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.