, an inaugural First Peoples film festival, will screen Navajo Math Circles
during its May 20-21 program at the Redland Performing Arts Centre in Cleveland (Nandeebie), Queensland, Australia. The film opens the festival on Saturday, May 20, 10 a.m., on the lands of the Quandamooka people. The event offers an eclectic mix of short and feature films, documentaries and digital arts screenings, Screenings will explore themes of science, eldership, art resistance, ceremony, gender fluidity, virtual reality and some homages to modern day icons. View the festival program
Zala Films' The Thursday Club
is now available to livestream at Amazon
. In October 1967, the filmmaker was beaten at an antiwar demonstration in Oakland, California. Thirty years later, he set out to find the police officers who were present at that event—his best clue, a news photograph of himself getting clubbed. The Thursday Club
is for anyone interested in the explosive social movements of the 1960s, whether they empathize with the protesters or the police. (If you want your own DVD of the film, you can purchase one on Amazon
, or order one from Zala Films
The National Math Festival
will feature Navajo Math Circles
on Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m., as part of an all-day free, public program at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. The math festival brings together some of the most fascinating mathematicians of our time to inspire and challenge participants to see math in new and exciting ways. Offerings include lectures, hands-on demos, art, films, performances, puzzles, games, children's book readings, and more. Read about Navajo Math Circles
and watch the festival video
Zala Films has completed two short videos for the Navajo Nation Math Circles project. They can be viewed at the project's website
The Navajo Math Circles Project
(5:42) is an introductory piece, and Navajo Math Wrangle
(12:48) presents a deeper view of the problem-solving approaches taken at the Navajo Math Circles when they are set in an exciting and competitive yet collaborative milieu.
Counting from Infinity: Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture
will be broadcast on public television stations via American Public Television (APT) beginning April 2, 2017, with a broadcast by more than 100 stations on their World channel on May 25. Check local listings and the Counting from Infinity Airdates page
for frequent updates. Watch the trailer here
Math Circles of Chicago
, which includes five Math Circles, will sponsor a free screening
of Navajo Math Circles
on Saturday, March 25, at 1 p.m., at the CPS Garfield Park offices, 2651 W. Washington, Chicago.
See Navajo Math Circles
and participate in a post-film discussion with Dr. Hugo Rossi of the University of Utah and Curtis Frazier of Utah State University, Blanding Campus, on Tuesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. The Utah Film Center event
, presented in partnership with the Natural History Museum of Utah and The City Library, will be held at The City Library, 210 E. 400 S. Salt Lake City.
Navajo Math Circles
screens at the Arivaca Independent Filmmakers Exhibition
in Arivaca, Arizona, on Saturday, March 4, 2:15 to 3:30 p.m. Mathematician Matthias Kawski of Arizona State University and film editor Asali Echols will participate in a Q&A following the screening. Admission is free.
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