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IN:PICTURES with Ken Burns

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 7:00 pm

Event hosted by: SVA Theatre

Event hosted by: The Modern School of Film

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The Modern School of Film and School of Visual Arts presents the most recent installment of MSF’s critically-acclaimed series lN:PICTURES, wherein iconic guests discuss three films that have most-influenced their life and work.
This installment features legendary filmmaker Ken Burns – the creative force behind the award-winning documentaries The Civil WarBaseballJazz, and the recent Jackie Robinson.  Burns will discuss three films that inspired his journey as a force-of-nature film artist and recorder of the ever-moving American experience.  Those films include Buster Keaton’s The General, Carol Reed’s The Third Man, and Tom McCarthy’s The Station Agent.
IN:PICTURES will include clips of each film, along with an in-depth discourse with Mr. Burns on how cinema has shaped both his work and the continued legacy of this master of genre, form, and modern storytelling.
Ticket Information
Tickets are only available through Eventbrite by clicking this link or the ticket icon above and will not be on sale at the box office. They must be purchased through this website or via the Eventbrite app.
Doors will open at approximately 6:30PM. Seating is general admission. Your Eventbrite ticket — either printed or displayed on your smartphone — is required for entrance.
A limited number of VIP tickets include priority reserved seating and a photo-op with Mr. Burns following the screening.
If you are an SVA student, you may purchase up to two $5.00 tickets for yourself and a guest (SVA staff/faculty may purchase up to two $10.00 tickets).  Please ensure that you have a current, valid SVA ID with you, as you will not be permitted to enter without it.
All tickets are final sale. There are no refunds or exchanges.
Concessions Information
Concessions are not available for purchase at SVA Theatre. Guests are welcome to bring food and drink. Glass bottles are not permitted.