HAA — nurturing artistic and educational works that speak to local, national and international issues
Out of My Head, a film by Jacki Ochs and Susanna Styron, will be presented by Migraine Research Foundation on Thursday, Sept. 20th in NYC at NYIT Auditorium, 1871 Broadway, New York City. Open to the public and free with a reservation. Followed by reception with the filmmakers.
Out of My Head, written/directed by Susanna Styron and produced by Jacki Ochs, was awarded Best International Documentary at the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival 2018 in Australia.
Hokan Media Productions' project Chasing Voices: The Story of John Peabody Harrington and the Language Revitalization Movement, produced and directed by Daniel Golding, recently received a grant from Vision Maker Media. Vision Maker Media is funded in part by Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Out of My Head, directed by Susanna Styron and produced by Jacki Ochs, will be featured at The Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, New York, on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 7:00 PM followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers. It will be featured at the Berkshire International Film Festival in Great Barrington and Pittsfield, Massachusetts, June 1st and June 3rd, 2018. On June 7th at 7:00 PM the film can be seen at The New Haven Documentary Film Festival in Connecticut where admission is free and open to the public. For additional screenings around the country, visit the website.
Winter 2018 World Premiere Doc Fortnight 2018
OUT OF MY HEAD, the feature documentary about the mysterious and misunderstood neurological disease migraine, made its world premiere at Doc Fortnight 2018, MoMA's International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media on February 20th followed by a weeklong run. Visit the film's website where you can now learn how to bring this film directly to your community.
Now distributed by Kino Lorber
Director Kristi Zea chronicles groundbreaking artist Elizabeth Murray's rise from childhood impoverishment through single motherhood to maverick painter. With narration contributed by Meryl Streep, the film opened to sold-out audiences at the Whitney Museum as part of its Tribeca Film Festival premiere in April. Critical funds are needed for educational distribution. Join us and support and celebrate women in the arts.
Human Arts Association
The Human Arts Association is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in the State of New York in 1976 for the purpose of producing and sponsoring independent productions by artists, writers, composers, performers, and media makers. Our support stimulates talent and nurtures educational and artistic works, which speak to relevant community issues — local, national and international.
The Human Arts Association has been granted tax exemption under the IRS Code Section 501(c)(3) as a Public Charity.
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