[HCCN] film THE PEARL BUTTON, Blue Hill May 27

Judy_Robbins Judy at RobbinsAndRobbins.com
Sat May 14 18:22:58 EDT 2016


>  Blue Hill — Peninsula Peace & Justice will screen The Pearl Button at 7 p.m., Friday, May 27, at the Blue Hill Public Library. Breathtakingly photographed and imaginatively conceived, Patricio Guzman’s 2015 documentary study of Tierra del Fuego’s prehistorical peoples and colonial era crises won the Lumières Award for Best Documentary.
>  An extraordinary exercise in cultural anthropology and historical exploration, The Pearl Button traces the primordial agency of water and the emergence of its values to indigenous communities. Its acclaimed script then recounts episodes of the region’s discovery by Europeans and its abrupt colonization, progressing to the challenges in our own times to cope with radical upheavals of cultural norms, the vulnerabilities of memory, and multi-layered catastrophes of loss.
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>  All are welcome, at no charge. More information at 610-0396.

> Steve Benson, POBox 1257, Blue Hill, ME 04614
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> "I’m currently very upset with likeness. I write to have a practice I can continue and alter, and the question of how to change keeps getting raised as a result."
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> -- Anselm Berrigan, http://greenmountainsreview.com/why-write-9-anselm-berrigan/ <http://greenmountainsreview.com/why-write-9-anselm-berrigan/>
Peninsula Peace & Justice
P.O. Box 1515
Blue Hill ME 04614
judy at robbinsandrobbins.com
www.facebook.com/Peninsula.Peace.and.Justice <http://www.facebook.com/Peninsula.Peace.and.Justice>
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