The NGA is the ideal place for the American virtual premiere of Michael’s superb movie. His movie is magical and captures the essence of Clark’s finest visible achievement.
ASHFORD, Conn. (PRWEB)
August 18, 2021
Connecticut-centered unbiased filmmaker Michael Maglaras of 217 Movies announces with satisfaction that, starting right now, his new film “Civilisation and America” – celebrating the 50th anniversary of the to start with American community tv broadcast of Lord Kenneth Clark’s “Civilisation” – is acquiring its virtual premiere through the auspices of the Countrywide Gallery of Artwork in Washington, D.C.
“It’s fitting that the American premiere of this movie ought to choose area at the NGA,” claimed Maglaras. “For it was the then NGA director J. Carter Brown who initial had the vision of screening all thirteen episodes of this monumental and groundbreaking BBC tv sequence at the National Gallery of Art in 1969.”
Lord Kenneth Mackenzie Clark (1903-1983) was an eminent scholar, writer, arts administrator, tv govt, and one particular of the foremost lecturers and thinkers of his time. For Americans, he is greatest remembered for his monumental achievement “Civilisation.”
“Civilisation and America” attributes considerable footage from the authentic BBC Tv series, as nicely as interviews with Lord Clark, James Stourton, and most notably comprehensive interview footage with Sir David Attenborough, who gave Clark the system he essential at the BBC to produce what is arguably the finest film collection on Western lifestyle at any time developed.
James Stourton, the eminent English writer and the writer of the definitive biography of Lord Clark, has said, “The NGA is the perfect position for the American virtual premiere of Michael’s wonderful movie. His movie is magical and captures the essence of Clark’s best visual accomplishment.”
Peggy Parsons, Director of Film at the National Gallery, has referred to as Michael Maglaras’s films “virtuoso filmmaking.”
Viewers can link with this totally free digital screening as a result of August 24 at: https://www.nga.gov/calendar/film-courses/spring-2021/civilisation-the us.html
Terri Templeton, Govt Producer of 217 Movies extra, “This film celebrates and honors one particular of the fantastic communicators of the 20th century, Lord Kenneth Clark. We ended up delighted to have the cooperation and involvement of the BBC and the Clark estate, and we are most grateful for their kind help.”
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