Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Bellamy Road’s Fourth Annual Beat Symposium

Chris Felver/Film & Photos, - Saturday, February 26, 2011
Reception at 6:30 Event start 7 p.m.

Return Engagement of photographer, filmmaker, author and Beat raconteur, Chris Felver. Film screening and PowerPoint presentation of original portraits with scandalous commentary.West Coast: Beat and Beyond (1984), directed by Chris Felver. Running time 59 minutes. Narrated by Gerald Nicosia. Readings by Ginsberg, Kerouac, Ken Kesey, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and others, on San Francisco's North Beach and Boulder, Colorado. “A documentary film essential to understanding the works, personalities and mythology of key players of the Beat Generation.

”Christopher Felver appears as a guest lecturer at universities and art centers worldwide, where his work is collected by numerous libraries and museums. Felver’s books are Beat; The Late Great Allen Ginsberg; The Importance of Being; Ferlinghetti Portrait; Angels, Anarchists & Gods; The Poet Exposed. His new book in preparation is Juke ‘n Jive: Photographic Studies of American Musicians. www.chrisfelver.com


CineMania at Bellamy Road. Wednesday, February 23, 2011 - "Naked Lunch" the movie.
Twice monthly screenings of Independent, documentary and foreign films each month on second and fourth Wednesday nights, 7pm. Bring your own beanbags, pillows, mats and beverages. Popcorn, candy, coffee provided.

William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch, a film by David Cronenberg, 1991, running time 115 minutes - or until 'All rational thought is exterminated' or somebody cries UNCLE! An 'unfilmable novel' about a part-time bug exterminator and full-time drug addict whose nightmarish netherworld of paranoid fantasies plunge him into the mysteries of the writing process.

Keith C. Bollum
Exec. Dir.
Bellamy Road (David T. Warner Foundation, Inc.)
5910 Hampton St.
Melrose, FL 32666

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mobile (352) 283-9700

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