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Screening  |  Two Short Films by A. P. Ferullo

Saturday, January 12, 2013, 6:30–7 pm

Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Auditorium  

We Wish to Thank... (1971) A post-Godard, post-Pudovkin radical cinematic synthesis

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America (1975) A uniquely cinematic recitation of the document

A.P. Ferullo graduated from Williamsville High School and received a BA and an MFA from SUNY at Buffalo. While living in Buffalo he co-conceived and co-designed, with an internationally renowned anonymous critic and artist, the Elmwood Avenue Neon Project including Tango Dancers and Buffalo Cityscape (destroyed by Artvoice), both non-commercial and artistically influential neon signs. Now residing in New York City, Ferullo has conceived, written, produced, or directed film and media projects including Caught on Camera, Poison Kiss and Peepers. His work has been shown in festivals ranging from the New York to Krakow Festivals. He oversaw special projects for Getty Images and is now leading Clipbin Images, a stock footage provider.

This program is free for Burchfield Penney members and a suggested donation of $10 for "not yet" members.