Sunday, November 12, 2017

Photos from Traffic Zone screening and discussion

Last night, Saturday, September 11, Demolition Dreaming screened at Traffic Zone Gallery in downtown Minneapolis to a capacity audience. The screening took place just three blocks from the Gateway District, where the movie is set. Following the screening, the audience stayed for a panel discussion featuring several experts on Minneapolis history, historic re-use, and urban morphology, the study of how cities change. The panel was led by Brenda Kayzar, urban geographer and Collaborative Strategist and Owner of Urbane DrK Consulting, Penny Peterson, historic researcher and author of Minneapolis Madams: The Lost History of Prostitution on the Riverfront (2013), Bill Lindeke, blogger about streets, cities, and professor of Geography at the University of MN, and Greg Handberg, Senior Vice President of Asset Management at Artspace.
The presentations of the panelists led into a lively discussion with the audience about the Gateway, historic preservation, urban renewal, and the impact of city planning on the vitality of communities.
The long gone Minneapolis Gateway District came alive again in a way during the discussion, and it was gratifying to see the film act as a great prompt for the discussion that followed it. Special thanks go out to the panel members, to Steve Ozone of Traffic Zone Gallery, who put the event together, and to Beth Peloff for running the food table, taping the discussion, and bringing her amazing homemade chocolate chip cookies!

Friday, September 22, 2017

Traffic Zone screening on November 11


Demolition Dreaming will be screened at the Traffic Zone Center for Visual Art at 250 3rd Avenue North in Minneapolis on Saturday November 11 at 7 pm. A panel discussion will follow the screening!

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Highway 61 Film Festival

Demolition Dreaming was selected to be part of the Highway 61 Film Festival in Pine City, MN this year! The Festival is October 5-8.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Free Range screening again

Here's a photo from the Free Range Film Festival - testing the film in the barn before the chairs have been set up.
Next up for Demolition Dreaming: a November 11th screening at Traffic Zone Gallery.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Free Range Screening

Demolition Dreaming screened in a barn at the truly amazing Free Range Film Festival near Duluth, MN on July 28th. Here is a little video about what happened after the film screened.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Friday, July 7, 2017

Last night and Free Range

We had a nice audience last night as Demolition Dreaming played in the Northrup King Building as part of a new series by the Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association (NEMAA) called Art N|Motion.
Next up: Demolition Dreaming will be playing near Duluth at the amazing Free Range Film Festival on July 28th!