This just in from Richard Siegmeister of WNET:
Sita is airing this Saturday at 11 on New York’s Channel 13!
And just like the last time Sita aired on WNET, I’m out of the country (by October 3 I’ll be in Armenia). Hopefully they’ll air it again later, so I can enjoy a screening party in New York. Meanwhile, please tell your New York friends.
Continue reading Sita airs again on Thirteeen! 11pm Saturday October 3
At 8 or 8:30 pm! At a real cinema! I’ll post the cinema name and address as soon as the distributor sends it to me – soon – but if you’re in Paris tomorrow, please save the date and come by!
“Studio des Ursulines”
10, rue des Ursulines 75005 Paris
Merci a Christophe pour l’information!
Continue reading Sita screens in Paris Monday September 28!
I’ll be in Europe until October 17 (on which date I will be speaking at MoMA!) so I may be virtually non-existent online. Or not, depending on how many free wireless connections are available and how well my netbook holds up.
Again, I’m gonna be in:
September 25 – Nancy – A l’ère Libre Festival de la culture Libre
September 26 – Pessac, near Bordeaux – Journée des Cultures Libres
October 3-6 – Yerevan – ReAnimania Animation Festival
Oct. 14-16 – Power to the Pixel Conference
Have fun while I’m away! Don’t burn the house down!
Continue reading I’m outta here
Here’s a rather feisty and spirited interview I did with Art Brodsky of Public Knowledge, a “D.C.-based public interest group working to defend citizens’ rights in the emerging digital culture.” It’s very low-res and gritty Skype video, but the message comes through loud and clear.
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Sometimes I’m asked if I have any “advice” for the young’uns. I seem to give a different answer every time. Today’s answer is:
Stop taking advice and stop asking for it.
The world is unlimited! There are a zillion ways to do things. Don’t be afraid of doing things wrong. The only way we make progress is from trying things, and that means a lot of failure. I’ve been helped by other peoples’ failures – they show me what not to do, so I can learn from their mistakes – and I hope my failures help other people succeed too. So even failure is a social contribution, as long as you’re failing YOUR
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