City of Gold - 4th Monday Free Screening - March 30, 2015

CITY OF GOLD deals with the transformative power of food and food writing in how we experience where we live. Pulitzer Prize winning critic, Jonathan Gold, is our Virgilian guide, casting his light upon a vibrant and growing cultural movement, a movement in which he plays the dual roles of high-low priest and culinary geographer of his beloved Los Angeles.

Run time: 91 minutes

The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West (BADWest) and Canon Hollywood announce a new documentary film screening series as a collaborative project. The series launches with director Laura Gabbert's CITY OF GOLD.

CITY OF GOLD CANON
FILMMAKER SCREENINGS

March 30, 2015.
Doors open at 6:30pm. Event begins at 7:15pm

The 4th Monday Canon Filmmaker Screenings is a free documentary film series to be held starting March 30, 2015 at 7:15 pm at Canon Hollywood, 6060 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028.

The 4th Monday Canon Filmmaker Screenings will be held on a Monday throughout the year at Canon's Los Angeles facility. Canon representatives will conduct a presentation before each screening, which will involve the filmmaker participating in a post screening Q & A.

Cinematographer Jerry A. Henry will be present for a Q & A following the screening.

Jerry A. Henry is a Los Angeles based cinematographer who received his MFA degree from UCLA'S Production Program with an emphasis on documentary, cinematography and digital media. During the tragedies of 9/11, Jerry was in a rural village in Kenya documenting HIV positive orphans, resulting in his award-winning documentary "I Promise Africa". Jerry was awarded the Gordon Parks Emerging African American Filmmaker Award at the 27th annual IFP Market, and also received The Media That Matters Film Festival Tolerance Education Award for his film "Something Other Than Other". His credits also include producer/ cinematographer for MTV News & Docs, as well as programs for National Geographic, A&E, Bravo, VH-1, NBC, OWN and the Discovery Channel. He served as cinematographer for "The Grace Lee Project" and "American Revolutionary". He also shot David Zeiger's "Sir No Sir!" and "Winter Soldier". His recent cinematography credits include the 2011 Oscar nominated documentary "Exit Through The Gift Shop" and "Janeane from Des Moines" which premiered at the 2012 Toronto International film Festival. He has shot and produced over 300 docu-reality television programs and documentary series for network and cable television. He is in post-production on his first feature-length documentary "Economy Superstar" set to be finished this year.

This event is FREE.

To attend this event you must rsvp/sign up at Badwestla(at)gmail.com.

When you Reply, please let us know if you are a: Producer, Director, DP or Camera Operator. Thank you.

Canon Hollywood
6060 W. Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
www.usa.canon.com

Free street parking on Sunset Blvd. after 7pm.
Free side street parking on Gower and Gordon.

NOTE: BADWest continues the St. Clair Bourne 4th Monday Screenings at the Mayme Clayton Library and Museum.