Celebrating Indiana's Bicentennial and Brown County's rich heritage—through the art of film
2016 CINEFEST SUPPORTERS
Arts Village Cinefest is organized and sponsored by Art Alliance Brown County, the Brown County Playhouse and the following generous donors:
Arts Village Brown County
138 South Jefferson Street
Brown County Psi Iota Xi
Hills 'O Brown Realty
Indiana Heritage Arts
31 N Jefferson St, Nashville, IN
104 South Jefferson Street
Our Brown County
Peoples State Bank
The Village Green Building
61 W Main Street, Nashville, IN
2016 EVENTS SCHEDULE
FRIDAY JUNE 17
Brown County Art Gallery • E Main Street & Artist Dr • Nashville, IN
7:00 PM — DOCUMENTARY FILMS & WINE RECEPTION—$15 pay at the door
Artists of Brown County
produced by Lyn Letsinger Miller
Hohenberger in Brown County
with commentary by Lyn Letsinger Miller
Observe how early artists used both canvas and film to capture the character of Brown County's scenery and settlers. Enjoy wine and refreshment in the historic Brown County Art Gallery, established in 1926.
SATURDAY JUNE 18
Brown County Playhouse • 70 S Van Buren Street • Nashville, IN
11:00 AM — SMARTER SMART PHONE VIDEOS WORKSHOP—$5 pay at the door
Learn to make snazzy videos using your smart phone under the direction of master photographer Tom Preston. See your videos on the big screen later on in afternoon.
2:00 PM — FILMS—Free
100 Years of Art and Artists in Indiana ; 1946
Living Treasures of the Brown County Art Colony ; 2008
Discussion and Q & A will follow the films. Learn more about our rich art heritage from scholars, artists and relatives of the early Brown County artists.
3:45 PM — JERRY UELSMANN VIDEO PRESENTATION—Free
Excerpt from videos featuring the photography of Jerry Uelsmann, the forerunner of photomontage in 20th century America.
4:30 PM — SMART PHONE VIDEO SLIDE SHOW—Free
Review the smart phone videos created by participants attending Tom Preston's morning workshop.
7:00 PM — FEATURE FILM—$7 pay at the door
Renoir ; 2013
Set in the south of France during World War 1, the film tells the story of Andrée Heuschling, the last model of impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and the first actress in films directed by his son, Jean Renoir. She was a link between the careers of two famous artists—father and son.
9:00 PM — NO-HOST AFTER PARTY
Big Busted Bar in Big Woods Village