TEDxOmaha Adventures March are Behind the Reel – The Sequel: “Dundee: The Directors’ Cut”
For those of you who were on our last adventure, and came with us as we went exploring behind the scenes at Film Streams’ Ruth Sokolof Theater, you will remember that we promised a sequel to the performance. At the time, the Dundee Theater was being renovated, but no more. Now refurbished The Dundee is back, and Film Streams has kindly agreed show us around on Saturday 10th March. “Dundee: The Director’s Cut” will find the TEDxOmaha Adventures exploring another stop of the journey exploring the world of independent film, and getting to go behind the scenes at the newly reimagined space and second venue for Film Streams. Our host for the day will be Casey Logan, the Deputy Director for Film Streams, who will guide around Omaha’s oldest surviving cinema. Once again, we will explore behind the scenes, and share the journey as we experience the world of independent film and classics programming through the eyes those who work there.
Part I Behind the Reel: What the eye does not see
10:00 Meet in Film Streams’ Dundee Theater Lobby
10:15 Behind the scene tour of Theatres 1 and 2, and tour of the projection booth
10:45 Regroup and find out from the Deputy Director Casey Logan, what goes into visioning and implementing community based art projects, and what goes into building an art house theaer experience when you are working inside a historical space with special community meaning.
11,45 Meet at the newly opened Kitchen Table for coffee and conversation, maybe stay for lunch.
Part II of the Behind the Reel: The Viewing
Mur Murs, Agnés Varda (Part of Great Directors: Agnés Varda)
West Side Story
New Release TBA
Note: if you want to invite friends along to the intermission for conversation and exploration, then please feel free to extend the invitation.
Location: Film Streams’ Dundee Theatre is located at 4952 Dodge Street, Omaha 68132
Parking: Free parking is available in the lots to the north and east side of the theatre. For those arriving by bicycle, there is parking onsite. The Dundee is located near the Metro stop at 50th & Dodge.
Costs: While there is no cost of the Adventure, the films are not part of the event, and for those who wish to see the films in the afternoon, there is a fee payable to Film Streams. Tickets are $10 regular, $7.50 for teachers/students/military+veterans/seniors 60+ and those arriving at the theater by bicycle, $5 for members.
Numbers: While there is no limit to those who join us for lunch/coffee and for the films afterwards, the first part of the day will be limited to 10 so sign up and get your spot.