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Screening of interest to your members

  • Subject: [cg] Screening of interest to your members
  • From: "leslie j. yerman communications" msljy@lesliejyerman.com
  • Date: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 09:07:02 -0400

We would appreciate your listing this on your calendar...
The Healing Gardens of New York  /is a documentary looks at lives and 
communities transformed by urban gardens that were created in response 
to crime, neglect and poverty. Director Alexandra Isles captures a 
variety of gardens---ranging from a small asphalt triangle in Times 
Square to a spacious field on Rikers Island---and the remarkable people 
who tend them.

The film is having two New York screenings in June:

*June 6, 7:30 p.m.
Makor, 35 West 67th Street*

Post-screening discussion with director Alexandra Isles; James Jiler, 
Director of the GreenHouse Project at Rikers Island; Sonny Watson, 
founding member, Taqwa Community Farm; and Gwenn Fried, horticulture 
therapist at Rusk Institute and Project Find.

Tickets:  $15

Information and reservations: 

212-601-1000 or visit: www.92y.org/shop/event_detail.asp? category=Makor 
%2F Steinhardt Center888Makor888Makor %2D Film888Makor Film 

*June 20, 7 p.m.
Pioneer Theater, ** (East Third Street, between Avenues A and B)*

Screening will be followed by a free pizza and soda reception at the 
beautiful Sixth Street and Avenue B Community Garden

Tickets:  $9

Information and reservations:  www.twoboots.com/pioneer/

leslie j. yerman
consultant to filmmakers
212.452.2027 (fax)

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