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David Pushkin Archive (Kran Film Collective)

Kran Film Collective



a film by David Pushkin
Movement Research, Brooklyn, New York

Wednesday, 1 February, 2012
Program begins at: 8:00pm
South Oxford Space
138 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, New York

Iron Bridge Pictures, filmmaker David Pushkin and collaborator Tyler Fairbanks present their film, “Edie and Penelope Newcomb” (14min) at Movement Research in Brooklyn, New York. The film explores the relationship between a mother and daughter. The mother (Edie) is suffering from memory loss. The daughter (Penelope) is both a care provider and antagonist. Edie shares her “lack” of memory as a way to uncover insights into the more eternal aspects of living.
The film will screen as part of the Open Performance series of Movement Research: http://movementresearch.org/performancesevents/openperformance/schedule.php

The program begins at 8pm and includes three performances and the screening. A discussion will follow.


Fund raising for a documentary film by D. S. Pushkin

New York, NY – New Kranfilm member launches fund raising for a documentary film
“The Hawks Nest Tunnel” (working title).

Ddspavid S. Pushkin said his film “will be a comprehensive look at the Hawks Nest Tunnel and its relationship to the current issue of industrial regulations. … One of my goals is to help keep good safety laws in place and to remind governments to enforce those laws.”

At least 764 workers (possibly more than 2.000) died as a result of the tunnel’s construction between 1927-1932, and according to historians, more than two-thirds of them were black. This was the worst industrial disaster in the history of the US and Union Carbide was guilty of an “industrial mass-killing” that foreshadowed the Bhopal disaster.

For more information on the project go to: