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Classical Arts Film Festival: Film Block 3, Friday 08/27/2021 7pm Jarvis Conservtory
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jarvis Conservatory
Date: August 27, 2021 to August 27, 2021
Where: Jarvis Conservatory, 1711 Main Street,, Napa County, California, United States, 94559
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Event Type: Other
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Film Block Three of The Classical Arts Film Festival exhibits three films: METAPHORMS, THE COLORBLIND ARTIST, and STOUT HEARTED - George Stout and the Guardians of Art METAPHORMS Running Time: 11min. 41sec. A psychologist and a painter interpret the works of young autistic people at an exhibition opening. Their conversation seems to target the abstract paintings, however, their real topic is the elusive and constantly changing dynamics of their relationship. While they walk through the gallery, it becomes clear, that they have as many difficulties talking about their feelings, as the artists themselves. Directed by Viktoria Szemeredy Country of origin: Hungary THE COLORBLIND ARTIST Running Time: 12min 31sec Artist Kevin Richard Brown narrates this inspiring story about his quest to overcome color-blindness and the technique he uses to paint landscapes in full colors. Directed by Carlo Caldana Country of Origin: United States STOUT HEARTED - George Stout and the Guardians of Art Running Time: 79min Stout Hearted: George Stout and the Guardians of Art, tells the story of Iowa Native, George Stout, and his lifes impact on the fields of Art Conservation and Monuments Protection. During World War II, Stout led the Monuments Men through Europe on the greatest treasure hunt in history- protecting and recovering priceless art from the Nazis. Stouts legacy with The Monuments Men continues presently with the U.S Committee of the Blue Shield an organization that is protecting precious art from destruction in areas of global conflict. Stouts innovative methods of art conservation, created some 90 years ago, are still used today in major museums around the world. Directed by Kevin Kelley Country of Origin: United States