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United Nations: Sam Green's Esperanto
Date Tuesday October 25
Time 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location Details
ATA Gallery
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorCraig Baldwin
Our good man Sam Green returns to San Francisco with the world premiere of his half-hr. cine-essay on Esperanto, a ‘world language’ designed to be spoken by all the planet’s peoples, and whose remaining adherents afford an inspiring face of utopianism. After Green’s in-person intro, we look at two other internationalist pieces: Peter Miller’s "L’Internationale," a fascinating—and moving—history of this famous “people’s anthem,” and Philip Stapp’s artful animation Picture in Your Mind, an epic allegory on the human potential for war and peace.

NOTE: BOOK POTLATCH! Bring in your used books to trade with others!!
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