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IMPERATO FILM FEST
JULY 10 – AUGUST 8, 2009
OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JULY 10TH 7-10 PM

Please join us for the very first Imperato Film Fest, a group exhibition of short films. Professional and amateur filmmakers, video artists and enthusiasts from across the globe were invited to submit entires under ten minutes in length. Submissions came in from Canada, France, the Netherlands, and across the U.S., allowing for an interesting and diverse group of artists. The exhibition will feature short films and videos in a variety of genres including narrative, documentary, experimental, animation and multi-media. Set up in true exhibition style, the films will be displayed on individual pedestals and viewing screens around the gallery.

The line-up of artists includes Corrine Bot, Christine Chin, Bill Domonkos, Matthias Egger, Laura McClanahan, Joe Parker, Gautam Rao, Carl Stevens and Celine Trouillet.

Free Admission & Parking. Cash Bar.
Gallery Imperato
921 E. Fort Ave. Suite 120
Baltimore, MD 21230
443.257.4166
www.galleryimperato.com

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