Inaugural Gwinnett Center International Film Festival
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The last date listed for Gwinnett Center International Film Festival was Sunday July 28, 2013 / 10:00am - 10:00pm.
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Gwinnett Ballet Theatre spotlights works from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries with their latest cutting-edge program, featuring a world premiere and a piece set to the music of famed composer Philip Glass. The show starts off with the classical "Kingdom of the Shades," from Petipa's beloved 1877 La Bayadere. This ethereal work is famed for its romantic pas de deux of love and forgiveness, surrounded by a corps of angelic ballerinas. David Blumenfeld's contemporary dance to the work of Philip Glass follows, and for the exciting finale, GBT Artistic Director Wade Walthall teamed with young Atlanta visual artist Mac Stuart for Pictures, set to music from the 21st century and boasting innovative sets and costume design by the artist. Learn More
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This was the first year for this Festival and there were a great many problems especially technical ones. The fact that it was in a convention center and not a movie theater contributed to the poor quality of some of the films. I thought the panel discussions were interesting. The Festival needed signage in the parking area because it's a large complex with 3 buildings and there was no indication which building housed the Festival. I walked around for 30 minutes until I found it. All in all a good effort and I hope it continues in future years with these problems worked out.
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On a whole the films showed were mediocre at best. I have seen better films done by kids in high school. The venue was fine for the event but the turnout was pathetic. I am glad I did not pay a lot for this event, but unless it is free next time I...continued
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