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Misa's Fugue Heads to Hyde Park (FDR Library)

posted Jan 26, 2015, 5:43 AM by Jennifer Goss   [ updated Jan 26, 2015, 5:44 AM ]
On Saturday, February 7, Misa's Fugue will be a part of the FDR Presidential Library's Pare Lorentz Center's Winter 2015 Documentary Film Series.  The event features 4 films and Misa's Fugue will be shown at 4 PM.  The event will include a discussion with the film's director, Sean Gaston.  

Other films that will be shown that day include the films of Pare Lorentz - The River and The Plow That Broke the Plains.  Those films begin at 3 PM and are identified as classic 1930s documentary films that highlight the importance of America's natural resources.  At 7 PM, the film Citizenfour will play which focuses on the NSA security contractor Edward Snowden.


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