Maine International Film Festival, Central Maine

MIFF Movie Review: ‘Washing Society’ by J.P. Devine https://www.centralmaine.com/2018/07/16/j-p-devine-miff-movie-review-washing-society-charlie-chaplin-lived-here/ July 16, 2018 This week the Maine International Film Festival will proudly present a double bill of two 45-minute documentaries:…

“The Washing Society,” El Telégrafo (Quito, Ecuador)

“The Washing Society,” an Intimate and Social Portrait. El Telégrafo (Ecuador) May 15, 2018 In Quito’s Metropolitan Cultural Center hangs a large painting from 1939 by the Ecuadorian…

El Otro Cine: “I Nearly Touch You”

I Nearly Touch You By Cristina Mancero Reprinted from the journal El Otro Cine, published by Encuentros del Otro Cine, Quito, Ecuador March 2018 Hand touches skin. Skin…

A Letter from the Avant-Garde: Punto de Vista Film Festival

Ráfagas A Letter from the Avant-Garde Punto de Vista Film Festival, Pamplona, Spain by José Félix Collazos April, 2018 The team of Lynne Sachs and Lizzie Olesker (filmmaker…

Workers Unite Film Fest trailer

Pixel Magazine “The Peculiar Intimacy of a NYC Laundromat”

The Peculiar Intimacy of a NYC Laundromat When it was a reading series staged in laundromats around the country, The New Yorker described “Every Fold Matters” as a…

In These Times “Workers Air Dirty Laundry”

Laundromat Workers Air New York’s Dirty Laundry in Performance Piece A new film/performance spotlights the often-invisible workers who fold the clothes, maintain the machines and know your secrets….

The New Yorker on Every Fold Matters

Above and Beyond Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose This reading series, which started in New York City and is held at laundromats around the country, celebrates its tenth…

Brooklyn Rail Review

Laundromat-Theater: Where Every Fold Matters by Ginny Mohler A woman folds clothes by rote, eyes fixed to a soap opera muted on the laundromat’s TV. As she weeps…

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