3.8.2016
Athena Cinema in Athens, OH, screens Navajo Math Circles on March 8 at 7 p.m. Dr. Bob Klein, Ohio University mathematics professor and co-director of Navajo Nation Math Circles, will be present. Admission is free.
1.25.2016
The University of Utah Center for Science and Mathematics Education (CSME), which has worked to enhance STEM education in the Navajo Nation since 2010, features Navajo Math Circles.
1.6.2016
Navajo Math Circles will be screened at the 2016 Joint Mathematics Meetings in Seattle on Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 6:30 p.m, in Ballroom 6BC of the Washington State Convention Center.
10.31.2015
Director George Csicsery offers a special preview of clips from the film, Navajo Math Circles, at Celebration of Mind, hosted by the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley on Saturday, October 31, from 2 to 3 p.m. See more details about this wonderful all-day event for ages 8 and up.
8.18.2015
Stanford mathematician and NPR "Math Guy" Keith Devlin will offer expert commentary following the 7 p.m., August 18, screening of Counting from Infinity: Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture at The Commonwealth Club of California in Palo Alto. Counting from Infinity: A Special Screening with Keith Devlin is presented in association with Wonderfest. The discussion at 8 p.m. follows the screening at the Cubberley Community Theatre, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto.
8.14.2015
Zala Films' Hookers and The Thursday Club will screen with other films about the '60s era at the Berkeley Barb 50th Anniversary Film Fest on August 14 at 3 and 3:30 p.m. Director George Csicsery will be present for a Q&A following the films. Read more about the Berkeley Barb 50th Anniversary celebration events at the Barb's website.
7.31.2015
Two short videos produced by Zala Films will be shown at the Bridges Short Movie Festival at Bridges Baltimore 2015 on Friday, July 31. The films are Harmonic Pendulum by Gary Foshee and Making Stars with Karl Schaffer. The first showing will run from 2 to 3:15 p.m. The second will run from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Here is the excellent festival program.
7.30.2015
George Lázár wrote this article published in the Hungarian Free Press following the Toronto screening of Angel of Mercy, a Zala Films work in progress. It is the story of Sister Margaret Slachta, a Hungarian teacher and activist who defied the Nazis and the Communists in her fight for social justice. Watch our trailer here.
7.23.2015
Taking the Long View: The Life of Shiing-shen Chern screens at the Karlstorkino movie theatre in Heidelberg, Germany, on July 23. Read about it here.
5.22.2015
In a film review in The Berkeley Daily Planet, Gar Smith says about Counting from Infinity: "It's a Math-erpiece."
5.21.2015
Counting from Infinity: Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture screens at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood, 2966 College Avenue (at Ashby), Berkeley, Thursday, May 21, at 7 p.m. MSRI Director and mathematician David Eisenbud and Director George Csicsery will be present. General admission is $11; seniors, $8.50.
5.20.2015
Zala Films is heralded as "the hardest-working doc company around" in this article about East Bay media by Doniphan Blair in Oakland's CineSource online magazine.

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Navajo Math Circles
(Available January 2016)


Something New Every Day
The Math & Magic of Ron Graham


People of the Current


Counting from Infinity
Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture

Angel of Mercy
(in production)


Taking the Long View
The Life of Shiing-shen Chern

Tealia




Erdös 100

Hard Problems
The Road to the World's
Toughest Math Contest

To Prove and Conjecture
Excerpts from Three Lectures
by Paul Erdös

Where the Heart Roams

N is a Number
A Portrait of Paul Erdös

Troop 214
214-es Csapat

I Want to Be a Mathematician
A Conversation with Paul Halmos

Songs Along a Stony Road

On Mathematical Grounds

The Right Spin

Julia Robinson
and Hilbert's Tenth Problem

Hungry for Monsters
A Tale from a New Age Witch Hunt

Television
The Enchanted Mirror

The Thursday Club

porridge pulleys and Pi
Two Mathematical Journeys


© 2004- George Csicsery