Hello list,

Following our successful benefit show this week in New York, the
Film-Makers Cooperative would like to invite our friends both near and far
to help support the Co-op by checking out our annual Art Auction, which is
now LIVE online at paddle8.com  The work will be available for viewing and
auctioning both at our offices and online until December 3rd. More
information below, and feel free to contact the Co-op for more information:

*LIVE* online at Paddle8
Film-Makers' Cooperative Paddle8 Art Auction Site
Starting Bids: *Wednesday, November 19th at 3:00PM*
Ending Bids: *Wednesday, December 3rd.*

*Real World Opening at the Charles S. Cohen Gallery*

*Friday, November 21st at 7:00 PM*
Film-Makers' Cooperative
475 Park Ave. South, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016

*Featuring Original Artworks By: *
Jonas Mekas / Carolee Schneemann / Tom Otterness / Barbara Hammer
Leslie Thornton / Takahiko Iimura / Peggy Ahwesh / Peter Fend
Katherine Bauer / Bradley Eros / MM Serra
Bill Brand / Jeanne Liotta / Jack Waters / Katy Martin
Michelle Handelman / Josh Lewis / Kate Huh
Bobby G. / Coleen Fitzgibbon / Lynne Sachs / Mark Street
Smith & Lowles / Shell Sheddy / Lili White
Molly Surno / Nikko Sedgwick / Ulvis Alberts / Donna Cameron
Dana Gordon / Jasmine Hirst / Doris Weiner / Hal Hartley
+ Rare Film Ephemera


*Barbara Hammer "I Was / I Am" *

All proceeds support the *New American Cinema Group / The Film-Makers’
Cooperative*, the oldest, largest distributor of avant-garde cinema in the
United States. Based in New York City, the Coop distributes experimental
film and video works by an array of international artists to educational
institutions, theaters, museums, and other cultural venues throughout the
world, and regularly works to preserve rare and underrepresented films from
its collection. It is also an active exhibition space for avant-garde film,
video, and new media art, as well as a regular venue for educational
workshops that provide independent artists with access to affordable media
production courses. Since it was founded in 1961, the Coop has grown to
distribute over 5,000 titles by its 952 members. It is currently embarking
on a project to digitize its expansive celluloid collection in an effort to
make avant-garde cinema available to new audiences, and is also in the
process of digitizing its collection of paper materials, which spans the
20th century, to provide film scholars and members of the general public
with access to these rare archival documents.

*Amanda Katz*
*katz....@gmail.com <katz....@gmail.com>*
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