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Natural World Museum Rivers and Tides
Date Wednesday October 13
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Herbst International Exhibition Hall
Building 385 Moraga @ Montgomery
(South of Bowling Center)
San Francisco Presidio
FOR MAP: http://www.fortmason.org/directions
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorMia Hanak
Against a compelling backdrop of Environmental art,
Natural World Museum's Film series shows compelling
documentaries and movies with an environmental message.

NWM seeks to promote film as an organizing media
for people to engage in a social movement demanding
global sustainability.

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RIVERS & TIDES

Andy Goldsworthy's Rivers and Tides is a truly
beautiful, Finnish-German 2001 documentary about
artist Goldsworthy, a Scotsman whose medium is nature
itself and whose preferred studio is the outdoors,
particularly where water forever flows, rises, and/or
retreats. The soft-spoken, secluded Goldsworthy is
seen hard at work making ephemeral sculptures out of
bits of ice in the trees, or building tall, mysterious
cones from loose rock, which stand like spiritual
sentinels in forests and on shorelines, overgrown by
plants or swallowed daily by high tides.

Filmmaker-cinematographer Thomas Reidelsheimer goes
to great and sometimes inexplicable lengths to make
visual corollaries to Goldsworthy's ideas about
underappreciated relationships between light, color,
movement, balance, and fluidity of form in the real
world, making Rivers and Tides a lively and always
surprising cinematic gallery. Some of Goldsworthy's
most miraculous natural installations--stone walls
that snake through hundreds of feet of forest and
stream, for instance--show up in the last half-hour.



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