ELOQUENT NUDE World Premiere

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  1. Robert Brummitt

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    World Premiere
    ELOQUENT NUDE
    The Love and Legacy of Edward Weston & Charis Wilson

    Thursday, March 8, 2007
    7-10pm
    Portland Art Museum, Whitsell Auditorium
    1219 SW Park Ave
    Portland, Oregon
    Panel Discussion with Wendy Madar Co-author of “Through Another Lens”
    Jessica Martin-Oregon Public Broadcasting
    Terry Toedlemeier-Portland Art Museum
    and
    Ian McCluskey-Director, NW Documentary Arts & Media
    Exclusive viewing of original Weston Prints from the museum collection
    Reception in the Fields Ballroom with the music of Djangophiles 1930’s jass
    Seating is limited.
    purchase advance tickets at www.nwfilm.org/nowshowing
    $7.00 adults, $6.00 students/seniors​
     
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    How long will the show be up? I will be in Portland for Photolucida, so if it's still hanging, I will view the photographs.
     
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    Its not a show but a docu-film on the relation between EW and Charis Wilson.
    Who knows maybe the Photo Lucida will also have a screening?
     
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    Could you let us know if this is ever released in DVD or tape?

    Jim
     
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    Just an FYI, the film will be released on DVD later this summer. If you google the title, the first result is the film's production page, which has info on ordering the DVD. Awesome film, and the premier ended up being the largest film premier in Portland's history. The line wrapped about halfway around Portland Art Museum.